Tales from Tinseltown…recording them now…I'll let you know when it's story time.
Jean Arthur. She taught drama to a young Meryl Streep at Vassar, and as a starlet painted giant Easter eggs.
1930 – Easter Bunnies breed like rabbits – at Venice Beach
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I remember her in lots of films with Rock Hudson but never as a bunny.
Ohohoho! Oh, dear! It’s a terrible and nutty (eggy?!) concept but her face is cute, I love that she has her arms behind her head! Those ears are freakish!
There are whole series of these in the nineteen-thirties, I think only when you got to the level Garbo, Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford, etc. that you could refuse to do publicity stills.
OMG, I absolutely love this. She is so under-rated as a singer!
Love her voice. The recordings she did for the film “Young Man with a Horn” are worth searching out — it’s the kind of singing that sends chills up your spine.
Yes. In spite of her “uptight” image in the romantic comedies, she has a very sexy voice, especially in her early work.
Yes! Her voice is heartbreakingly lovely on Que Sera Sera (What Will Be, Will Be) and Secret Love. I love those performances, so Beautiful. Sorry, I appear to have something in my eye… *winks*
Isn’t it? Gorgeous voice!
Her CDs are on regular rotation in my cottage – I especially love the number called “A Chocolate Sundae on a Saturday Night”… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EH5dLqH9opg
She has the silkiest voice…
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