Forgotten Stars

Eva Six

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Eva Six (Bizarre Los Angeles)

New Hungarian Star Comnines Assets of Marilyn, Zsa Zsa Eva Six Is Appearing in ‘Bikini’, Story Of World II, Not Swimwear by James Bacon (A.P. Movie-T.V. Writer) Hollywood (AP) – Eva Six is a shapely Hungarian actress who looks like Marilyn Monroe and talks like Zsa Zsa Gabor. It follows naturally that in her American […]

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Gloria DeHaven

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Gloria DeHaven (Bizarre Los Angeles)

“I had the privilege of watching great actors at MGM. That was better than going to any class. Today kids struggle – they have to be waitresses and bartenders while waiting to get a break. Every hour at MGM was a joy! My years there were golden, a wonderful time! I will never regret one […]

Celebrity Portraits

Elke Sommer – photos and quotes

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"You think I'm beautiful? No, I'm not. I am not beautiful. I don't even think, really, that I'm very attractive." -- Elke Sommer (Bizarre Los Angeles)

“You think I’m beautiful? No, I’m not. I am not beautiful. I don’t even think, really, that I’m very attractive.” — Elke Sommer Source: Bruce Chadwick (1987) Photo: Virgil Apger   “I think a woman to be feminine should be round. In Europe, men prefer a woman they can put their arms around and feel […]

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May Britt – photos and quotes

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"The sexy roles catch on. People like them." -- May Britt (Bizarre Los Angeles)

“The sexy roles catch on. People like them.” — May Britt Hal Boyle (1959) Photo: The Blue Angel (1959)   “I don’t care too much what people think anyway. You can’t let it ruin your life because they don’t really care that deeply about you.” — May Britt Source: 1960 Photo: Peter Basch   “Why, […]

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Janet Blair – photos and quotes

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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)

“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)     Broadway (1942). With George Raft.   “I was really the homeliest kid in town. I had crooked teeth and straight brown hair. I was shy and […]

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Marguerite Chapman

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"When I was a kid I'd buy piles and piles of movie magazines and pore over the hairstyles of the big stars. When I read that Constance Bennett bumped every night to keep her shape you can be sure that Chapman bumped every night for the same reason." -- Marguerite Chapman (Bizarre Los Angeles)

“When I was a kid I’d buy piles and piles of movie magazines and pore over the hairstyles of the big stars. When I read that Constance Bennett bumped every night to keep her shape you can be sure that Chapman bumped every night for the same reason.” — Marguerite Chapman Source: Virginia MacPherson (1945) […]

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Adele Jergens – photos and quotes

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"I've seen more wives suddenly remember when I'm talking to their husbands that they lefy the gas on at home." -- Adele Jergens (Bizarre Los Angeles)

“I’ve seen more wives suddenly remember when I’m talking to their husbands that they left the gas on at home.” — Adele Jergens Source: 1948 Photo: 1944     “I like everything about Hollywood except getting up early in the morning. People here don’t get enough sleep.” — Adele Jergens Source: 1947 Photo: Ned Scott […]

Forgotten Stars

Vivian Austin

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Vivian Austin - Hollywood's "Most Viewtiful Brunette" of 1944. Bizarre Los Angeles.

“Vivian was born in Hollywood, was graduated from Hollywood High School, loved in Hollywood, and acted in the Bliss-Hayden Miniature theater, also in Hollywood. They discovered that she was 22 years old, five feet, four, weighed 110 pounds and could do all kinds of dancing, tap, toe, ballet, acrobatic, ballroom and comedy.” — Des Moines […]

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Kay Aldridge

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Kay Aldridge

“Down South, girls are brought up with the idea that their chief mission is to find a husband. I’m definitely in the market. But he must love onions.” — Kay Aldridge