Marion "Peanuts" Byron (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Marion “Peanuts” Byron

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Tiniest Actress In Movies Is Proud Title of Marion Byron Comedienne Also Likes Drama Roles By Dan Thomas Sept. 10, 1929 If you can’t be the biggest actress in pictures, the next best distinction is to the smallest. And that’s the disctinction which Marion Byron holds.  Marion – “Peanuts,” she is called by her friends […]

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Perl Kelton (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Pert Kelton

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Whenever you see Pert Kelton in a motion pciture, remember her as one who is in the movies merely to keep busy. This blond actress – yes, she actually was christened Pert – could sit back and do nothing for the rest of her life if she so desired, being half owner of one of […]

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Dana Wynter (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Dana Wynter

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“I think the start I had in television in America is something that never could have happened in England. But I’d rather not go into that matter too deeply. The British take a pretty dim view of such comments. They’ve been sniping at me for years now because I once said how much I loved […]

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Edie Adams

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“I’m tired of doing benefits for the network. I go overboard on production every time. When I add up the cost at the end of the season, I OWE the network. Now more weekly shows for me.” — Edie Adams Source: Erskine Johnson (1964) Photo: Peter Basch     2

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"Give me the longevity of a performer, then he's a star. You're not a star until after 25 years." -- Milton Berle (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Milton Berle

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“Give me the longevity of a performer, then he’s a star. You’re not a star until after 25 years.” — Milton Berle Source: Sue Adolphson (1989)   2

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Rosita Moreno (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Rosita Moreno

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“In Spain, the people are a little more serious about their theater, but in South America, it is so wonderful. Everybody there laughs and has a good time. When they like you they are marvelous. They have a custom there to throw flowers at their favorites until the stage is so covered that boys have […]

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"The story of being discovered as a Cinderella is nonsense. I do not know where to say it began. But I believe I wanted escape. I wanted to escape my own environment." -- Capucine (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Capucine

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“The story of being discovered as a Cinderella is nonsense. I do not know where to say it began. But I believe I wanted escape. I wanted to escape my own environment.” — Capucine Source: Bernard Gavzer (1964)     2

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"ynn Bari (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Lynn Bari

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“A couple of years ago I balked. I marched into the office and told them I was tired of being ‘Queen of the Bs!’ I said I’d served my apprenticeship and now would they please make me a star?” — Lynn Bari Source: Virginia MacPherson (1945) 2

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Rachel Miner (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Rachel Miner

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 “Across the years I’ve always been interested from almost an anthropological point of view about what this fame phenomena is, I’ve tried to understand it from all different ways, and there is an oddity, which is, you know, when people, one side gets to know a person who’s on television or something, and the person […]

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"I came to Hollywood, sang for the National Broadcasting Company, got a screen test and here I am." -- Janet Blair (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Janet Blair

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“I came to Hollywood, sang for the National Broadcasting Company, got a screen test and here I am.” — Janet Blair Source: 1942 Photo: George Hurrell (1943)     2

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