Martha Hyer

Martha Hyer – photos & quotes

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“I’m having too much fun looking for a husband to worry about catching one.” — Martha Hyer  Source: James Bacon (1959) Photo: 1954   “Cheesecake is now my favorite dessert.” — Martha Hyer Source: William Glover (1954) Photo: Bert Six (1954)   “For two years, I played cowboy sweethearts and posed for holiday pictures. Then […]

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Michael Rennie

Michael Rennie

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“Only a few of my films ever made any real impression. I never really cared about acting at all.” — Michael Rennie

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Rita Gam

Rita Gam

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“Just last month, I was asked to do another of those barbarian things — and my answer was ‘never again.’ I mean it. If I can’t play good American girls, I’d much rather not work.” — Rita Gam in 1961. Here she is playing Attila the Hun’s daughter in Sign of the Pagan (1954).

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Nell O'Day

Nell O’Day

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“I though I’d like pictures someday, but wanted to be an actress before I tried.” — Nell O’Day Source: 1932

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Margaret Sullavan

Margaret Sullavan

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“When I got to Hollywood the makeup boys, the cameramen, the directors and the executives all inspected me. Whatever it was that made them select me in the first place, they insisted on changing. They first removed a mole from my left cheek which I had been previously told was a mark of beauty. They […]

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Rochelle Hudson

Rochelle Hudson – photos and quotes

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“It’s not Hollywood that’s to blame — it’s the individual. No one has to be changed unless he’s weak enough to want to be changed. If you’re looking for it you can find the same type of bad influence in New York, or Chicago, or San Francisco, or in any other city in the world. […]

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Jack Oakie

Jack Oakie

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“Diction! Say! That’s the thing that’s ruined more stars than made ’em. Diction! That’s what’s wrong with half the old-timers. They started learning how to talk and they flounce around the sets with their ‘cawnts’ and ‘Chewsdays’ and all that stuff. Say, audiences don’t want that sort of stuff, see? Audiences want to hear actors […]

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Donna Douglas

Donna Douglas

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“You can have success if you can handle it.” — Donna Douglas  Source: Bob Thomas in 1965.

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Johnny Mack Brown

Johnny Mack Brown

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“There’s nobody in the world can tell me I’m not going to make a success of this acting. I know I will –because I’m learning the fundamentals. I’ve studied more out here than I ever did at Alabama. I’m getting a ground-work — studying everything. I’ve invested a lot of my earnings in study. Diction, […]

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Pier Angeli

Pier Angeli

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“Big crowds meet me at the airport. They say to me that they hear all stars in Hollywood wear false things and do I wear false things? I say to them that it’s all publicity, that only some girls in Hollywood wear false things and that I do not wear them. They say they are […]

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