Jack Mulhall (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Jack Mulhall

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“Human interest humor is rapidly coming into its own in motion pictures. This type of humor is constructive because it builds a character and aids in the logical development of a story, whereas mechanical ‘gags’ are usually diverted from the main theme.” — Jack Mulhall Source: 1927   High Speed (1917). Co-starring Fritzi Ridgeway. 2

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Kristine Miller (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Kristine Miller – Viking Girl

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“Meet Kristine Miller, who was born in Buenos Aires, raised in Denmark and is now proudly a citizen of the U.S.A. “The statuesque blonde with the international background stands 5 feet 6 inches tall, weighs 118 pounds, wears size 14 dress and can’t make up her mind whether her eyes are gray or blue. “Born […]

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Tony Curtis

Tony Curtis – photos and quotes

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“There’s no such thing as acting on the screen, it’s just projecting oneself.” — Tony Curtis   “Tony and I had wonderful times together; it was an exciting, glamorous period in Hollywood. We had 10 good years together, and a lot of great things happened, most of all, two beautiful children….Early poverty affected Tony and […]

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Ramon Novarro (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Ramon Novarro – photos and quotes

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“You never see a high-class Mexican on the screen. It is always the poor, uneducated peasant or bandit. Consequently, the American people have come to look upon the Mexicans as a nation of cut-throats. The jails of America are full of criminals and there are just as many more of them at large. But this […]

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"I guess I'm lucky. I'm in a position to do what I want to do. If a part doesn't interest me I won't take it. I'm a ham, and I'm not ashamed of it." -- John Garfield (Bizarre Los Angeles)

John Garfield

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“I guess I’m lucky. I’m in a position to do what I want to do. If a part doesn’t interest me I won’t take it. I’m a ham, and I’m not ashamed of it.” — John Garfield     “He was my shortest leading man, an outspoken Communist and a real sweetheart.” – Maureen O’Hara

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"Let me tell you about writing for films. You finish your book. Now, you know where the California state line is? Well, you drive right up to that line, take your manuscript and pitch it across. No, on second thought, don't pitch it across. First let them toss the money over. Then you throw it over, pick up the money and get the hell out of there." -- Ernest Hemingway (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Ernest Heminway

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“Let me tell you about writing for films. You finish your book. Now, you know where the California state line is? Well, you drive right up to that line, take your manuscript and pitch it across. No, on second thought, don’t pitch it across. First let them toss the money over. Then you throw it […]

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Helen Lindroth (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Helen Lindroth

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“Having had experience on the legitimate stage before entering the silent drama, I at first missed the suspense of the raising of the curtain, and the rows and rows of people before me with their intensity, laughter, and outburts. Now, I do not want them, as they would distract my mental picture. But remember, we […]

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Molly McCart (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Mollie McCart

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“Molly McCart, brilliant young television actress making her motion picture debut in Columbia Pictures’ shock-filled story of juvenile hoodlums, ‘Teen-Age Crime Wave,’ says the road to stardom is not for her.” — Brownwood Bulletin in 1955

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Georgette Windsor (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Georgette Windsor

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Georgette Windsor (real name Georgia Walters) was once described as a “pretty Michigan farm girl” who found brief success as a stylist, model and designer. Her big claim to fame in 1947 was her “refusal to sign a seven-year movie contract.” This statement, of course, was not true. She was actually born in Indiana on […]

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Buster Crabbe – photos and quotes

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“They can tell me more about myself in these films than I can remember.” — Buster Crabbe on Flash Gordon buffs.   The 1932 Los Angeles Olympic Games. Clarence “Buster” Crabbe is seen competing in the 400-meter freestyle competition for which he won the Gold. Crabbe, a USC graduate, was subsequently signed to a Hollywood contract.   […]

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