Rolling Stones

Rolling Stones – photos and quotes

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“We were different from the Beatles. Our songs were more hard-edged. Our style was more rough and ready. The Beatles did a lot of slick vocal harmonies, which we didn’t do. If we’d been a sweet-sounding harmony group, we’d have been sunk.” — Mick Jagger   “Rock ‘n’ roll is music with a beat. It […]

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Los Angeles Athletic Club

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The Los Angeles Athletic Club, designed by architects John Parkinson and Edwin Bergstrom, was nicknamed “the Club” shortly after it opened in 1912. Its address is 431 West Seventh Street. According to Photoplay Magazine, the Los Angeles Athletic Club quickly became the “capital of the screen rialto – the Lambs, Players and Friars rolled into one.” […]

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James Kirkwood – photos and quotes

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“I directed the first Klaw and Erlanger-Biograph picture ever put on, ‘Classmates.’ The first Famous Players’ picture that I directed was ‘The Eagle’s Mate,’ in which I played the lead opposite Mary Pickford.” — James Kirkwood Source: Pearl Gaddis (1915)   “Well, of course, any director prefers a plastic actor. But it makes no difference […]

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Lottie Pickford

Lottie Pickford – photos and quotes

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“Last January I came out to California with Mary and the Famous Players. I like the work in Los Angeles, but I knew there was no chance of getting very far with that company as long as they were featuring Mary. One Pickford at a time is enough for any company to feature; so the […]

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Andy Gump's Hot Dog 'Dump'

Andy Gump’s Hot Dog ‘Dump’

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Wife Fades Out of Andy Gump’s Hot Dog ‘Dump’ Los Angeles Times, February 18, 1927  Marian G. Turner, by decree of Judge Summerfield, is out of “Andy Gump’s Dump” in El Monte. She passed out yesterday at the same time that Beryl R. Turner passed out of her life. Mrs. Turner was awarded a decree […]

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Lawrence Tibbett

Lawrence Tibbett

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“I will always sing a beautiful tone if I can but I will guarantee a vital tone.” — Lawrence Tibbett   Co-starring with Lupe Vélez in Cuban Love Song (1931). 2

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Gene Kelly Jerry Anchors Aweigh 1945

Gene Kelly – Photos and Quotes

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“Kids talk to me and say they want to do musicals again because they’ve studied the tapes of the old films. We didn’t have that. We thought once we had made it, even on film, it was gone except for the archives.”— Gene Kelly   “You know, that Kelly, he’s just terrific. That’s all there […]

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Paulette Goddard

Paulette Goddard – Photos and Quotes

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“You live in the present and you eliminate things that don’t matter. You don’t carry the burden of the past. I’m not impressed by the past very much. The past bores me, to tell you the truth; it really bores me. I don’t remember many movies and certainly not my own.” – Paulette Goddard   […]

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John Gilbert

John Gilbert – Photos and Quotes

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“I’m the worst subject in the world to interview on what I know about women because I don’t pretend to know a thing about them, and I don’t believe that I ever will.” — John Gilbert Source: Alice L. Tildesley (1928)   John Gilbert, Elinor Glyn, and Aileen Pringle pose for a candid photo for […]

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Ethlyne Clair

Ethlyne Clair (1904-1996)

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“For three years I wondered if I would ever be a star. Two years I was under contract to Universal, making westerns. I don’t know why they ever put me into westerns, as they usually pick a girl who is a good rider. I never had been on a horse.” — Ethlyne Clair in 1928. […]

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