Tales from Tinseltown…recording them now…I'll let you know when it's story time.
“She listens, wants, cares. I catch her laughing across a room and I bust up. Every pore of that lovely translucent skin is alive, open every moment-even though this world could make her vulnerable to being hurt. I would rather work with her than any other actress. I adore her.” Montgomery Clift
Hollywood at War, James Stewart, the first star to enlist, and he was the real deal, flying 20 combat missions
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He was magic – and so charming in his films, too. My favourite husband recently bought me a bio of Fred and his sister, Adele. Just waiting for life to settle down so I can read it, for pete sake!
No wonder he’s your favorite husband! xox, V
Wow. As an American living in France, this photo left me breathless. And proud too. To our troops past and present, Merci.
My pop served in WWII, and when we were in Paris he started rattling things off in French, I had no idea he spoke the language! When I asked him about it he shrugged and said he’d picked it up during the war…
Loved seeing this photo…priceless! It seems that the last few years more emphasis has been given to the kickoff of summer instead of the true meaning of Memorial Day. Thank you,Vickie, for this reminder!
Trudye, thank you for dropping in and the older I get, the more poignant this weekend becomes.
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