Pictured above is Shirley MacLaine in a film (of doubtful entertainment value) called My Geisha, released in 1962. The maternal one was very intrigued by all things Japanese in… Read more Got a minute? Stories my mother told me… →
Spent the early evening in a lock-and-key garden in Boston on this 90º day. It was dappled and green — quite warm — and I read as four little blonde… Read more Ayez une bonne nuit… →
These are stills from the set of AUNTIE MAME (1958) – fabulous art direction for which Malcolm C. Bert was nominated for Academy Award. Recently, Jonathan Adler credited the designs… Read more Auntie Mame – designed by Malcolm Bert, paging Mr. Adler… →
Lillian: The Children’s Hour, The Little Foxes, Pentimento: A Book of Portraits Dashiell: The Maltese Falcon, The Thin Man, The Continental Op
“It has always been my hobby in railway trains to visualize in a baby’s face the man he is to become…” Graham Greene versus Jr.
Before you go barking mad, there are VERY strict rules now about babies working in film… Contrary to what he said, W.C. Fields doted on his grand-children, but I’m not… Read more “It has always been my hobby in railway trains to visualize in a baby’s face the man he is to become…” Graham Greene versus Jr. →