MOVIE TRIVIA – PT160.

MOVIE TRIVIA – PT160.

September 9, 2020 Alan Royle 4

  Susan Oliver Beautiful green-eyed actress Susan Oliver was a passenger aboard the Clipper Washington, a Boeing 707, on a trans-Atlantic flight from Paris to New York when it dropped from 35,000 feet to 6,000 feet before the pilot managed to recover the aircraft. It was February 3, 1959, the […]

B – LIST BEAUTIES PT2.

September 10, 2017 Alan Royle 0

         LITA BARON (1923 – 2015)                          The Broken Star (1956) opposite Howard Duff Tiny Lita Baron (she was just 4’11”) was a fiery Andalusion-born singer/dancer from Almeria, Spain who performed up front with Xavier Cugat’s Orchestra at […]

The making of ‘TOP GUN’ (1986)

March 4, 2017 Alan Royle 0

  This was the highest grossing movie of 1986, raking in over $350 million worldwide. For the record, Crocodile Dundee ran second and Platoon third. In North America alone it sold nearly 50 million tickets in its first theatrical release. It was such a popular picture with young people that […]

A dozen interesting ladies.

January 5, 2017 Alan Royle 0

  Courteney Cox                                       The ‘Dancing in the Dark’ video clip that started it all for Courteney in 1984. Hailing from an affluent family background in Birmingham, Alabama, Courteney Cox was first nationally […]

Memorable musical moments in movies – PT2 – (25-1).

December 24, 2016 Alan Royle 2

  25          PULP FICTION (1994) – The popular Chuck Berry hit, ‘You Never Can Tell’, gets a second life as Uma Thurman and John Travolta join the ‘Jack Rabbit Slim Twist Contest’ – and win. To my mind Travolta is one of the most watchable actors going around, and has […]

Don Simpson (Producer) – bizarre sex life?

March 4, 2015 admin 0

    Producer Don Simpson gets to speak a single line of dialogue in Days of Thunder (1990) as one of the racing car drivers named Aldo. His part was initially much larger, but he was such a dreadful actor that even he agreed his performance would have done serious […]