Gale Storm (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Gale Storm

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Forgotten Stars

“At the time I was so impressed, I didn’t see the humor in the name Gale Storm. It was so exciting and so thrilling. It’s like a Cinderella story.” — Gale Storm, aka Josephine Cottle. Source: Dennis McLellan (1988) Photo: 1946     2

EMAIL
Facebook

GOOGLE
Twitter
Pinterest2
LINKEDIN
Instagram
Tumblr
"I hate cats." -- Sylvia Mangano (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Silvana Mangano

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Forgotten Stars

“I hate cats.” — Sylvia Mangano Photo: Peter Basch 2

EMAIL
Facebook

GOOGLE
Twitter
Pinterest2
LINKEDIN
Instagram
Tumblr
Lillie Christine, "The Cat Lady" (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Lilly Christine – “Cat Girl”

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Forgotten Stars

Lilly Christine (sometimes spelled “Lillie”) was a popular burlesque performer of the late 1940s and 1950s. Her real name was Lilliana Christina and she came from Buffalo, New York. She stood 5′ 6.5 inches and had blue eyes. Her Hollywood credits include My Wild Irish Rose and Two Guys from Texas. She played on Broadway […]

EMAIL
Facebook

GOOGLE
Twitter
Pinterest2
LINKEDIN
Instagram
Tumblr
"Welcome to my boudior...our special hideaway." -- Voluptua in 1954. Bizarre Los Angeles.

Gloria Pall – Voluptua

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Bizarre Personalities, Forgotten Stars

Hollywood – (U.P. by Aline Mosby) December 16, 1954 — The latest gift to local television viewers is a buxom blonde in a negligee who kisses the TV screen and murmers “Welcome to my boudior…our special hideaway.” The bosomy beauty, called Voluptua, is a new star on the local ABC TV station that already has […]

EMAIL
Facebook

GOOGLE
Twitter
Pinterest2
LINKEDIN
Instagram
Tumblr
Kristine Miller (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Kristine Miller – Viking Girl

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Forgotten Stars

“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 […]

EMAIL
Facebook

GOOGLE
Twitter
Pinterest2
LINKEDIN
Instagram
Tumblr
Molly McCart (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Mollie McCart

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Forgotten Stars

“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 2

EMAIL
Facebook

GOOGLE
Twitter
Pinterest2
LINKEDIN
Instagram
Tumblr
Georgette Windsor (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Georgette Windsor

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Forgotten Stars

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 […]

EMAIL
Facebook

GOOGLE
Twitter
Pinterest2
LINKEDIN
Instagram
Tumblr
Shelby Payne (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Shelby Payne

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Forgotten Stars

Shelby Payne – Goldwyn Girl FOWLEY’S WIFE GIVEN DIVORCE HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Aug. 12, 1943 – Another Hollywood marriage had gone on the rocks today as Mrs. Shelby Payne Fowley won an uncontested divorce from Screen Actor Douglas Fowley. Mrs. Fowley, former socialite from Portland, Ore., and daughter of a lumber king, testified that Fowley “struck […]

EMAIL
Facebook

GOOGLE
Twitter
Pinterest2
LINKEDIN
Instagram
Tumblr
"As a blonde, I was ever the vamp, or ever the heavy." -- Muriel Evans in 1934 (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Muriel Evans

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Forgotten Stars

“As a blonde, I was ever the vamp, or ever the heavy.” — Muriel Evans in 1934 2

EMAIL
Facebook

GOOGLE
Twitter
Pinterest2
LINKEDIN
Instagram
Tumblr
"I've been crtiticized for not paying enough attention to my career. Maybe I should push myself more. But I think when you don't, it has a psychological effect on other persons. They're intrigued when you're not easy to get." -- Faith Domergue (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Faith Domergue

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Forgotten Stars

“I’ve been crtiticized for not paying enough attention to my career. Maybe I should push myself more. But I think when you don’t, it has a psychological effect on other persons. They’re intrigued when you’re not easy to get.” — Faith Domergue Source: Aline Mosby (1950) Photo: 1950   2

EMAIL
Facebook

GOOGLE
Twitter
Pinterest2
LINKEDIN
Instagram
Tumblr