A candid from the 1929 film, The Seven Footprints to Satan. While this film was released as a talkie, it was also released as a silent, making it possibly the last horror film of the silent era. The film stars Thelma Todd.
Albert A. Pilgrim was born with stubs for arms and legs around 1880-81, His birthplace was Shippensburg, Pennsylvania. At the age of ten, his mother briefly booked him in freak shows in his home state. However, his mother’s participation did not last. In 1891, Pilgrim signed with a “freak manager,” who booked him at carnivals, fairs, and “dime museums” across […]
“I think animals reflect the personalities of their owners. That’s why I like birds – they’re like champagne bubbles, with no worries. Just gay and euphoric. So am I. And cats, too. They’re individualists, they won’t do anything if they don’t want to. Neither will I.” — Julie Newmar Source: Dick Kleiner (1959) Photo: 1967 […]
“I don’t date Elvis anymore but I talk to him occasionally. Just say that I have graduated from the rear seat of Elvis‘ motorcycle to the deck of Bob Wagner’s yacht.” — Natalie Wood Source: James Bacon (1957) Photographer: Elmer Holloway (1957) Elvis was so square, we’d go … for hot fudge sundaes. He […]
“When I first came to California an interviewer asked me what is the dangerous age of a man and a woman. They ask such funny questions, so naive! I told him I did not know the dangerous age of man. I have not been one. The dangerous age of a woman is from one to […]