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Even the gayest actor in Tinsel Town, Cesar Romero, took time away from his true love Desi Arnaz (if we can believe Mr.Lawler) for a brief roll in the hay with the ever eager Miss Young BOX-OFFICE POISON On May 3, 1938 an article appeared in the .Mae West’s time had come and gone and Norma Shearer was always going to struggle to get decent roles now that her husband, MGM’s 2IC Irving Thalberg, was dead.

Her secret baby to Clark Gable is a secret no more, but fans are probably unaware of her other romances.

Lawler knew the business of and he delighted in relating his discoveries to anyone who would listen.

He was – she didn’t, and America was stuck with both of them.

It is no secret that many famous people believe that from an early age they have been destined for greatness. Before she became famous she worked as an usherette in a cinema.

Meryl Streep Chris Petit in wrote rather unkindly of Meryl Streep’s methods as an actress: ‘Streep in action is like being asked to admire the inside of a watch when actually all one needs to know is the time’.

‘Meryl Streep is an acting machine in the same sense that a shark is a killing machine’, said actor/singer Cher with just a tinge of jealousy. the greatest living actor that America has, man or woman’.

Miss Hepburn, too, was about to buy her way out of her RKO contract because she had received a better offer from Columbia.

Garbo’s pictures had been popular in Europe but not so in America, it is true, but with a European war looming her career was about to draw to a close anyway.

In 1949, Mary Armitage’s ‘Film Close-ups’ newspaper published its list for that year and it included two of the stars who had ‘deserved’ their salaries back in ’38 – Bette Davis and Shirley Temple.

The original list came out just as Joan Crawford signed a massive new deal with MGM at a figure reported to be in the vicinity of

‘Meryl Streep is an acting machine in the same sense that a shark is a killing machine’, said actor/singer Cher with just a tinge of jealousy. the greatest living actor that America has, man or woman’.Miss Hepburn, too, was about to buy her way out of her RKO contract because she had received a better offer from Columbia.Garbo’s pictures had been popular in Europe but not so in America, it is true, but with a European war looming her career was about to draw to a close anyway.In 1949, Mary Armitage’s ‘Film Close-ups’ newspaper published its list for that year and it included two of the stars who had ‘deserved’ their salaries back in ’38 – Bette Davis and Shirley Temple.The original list came out just as Joan Crawford signed a massive new deal with MGM at a figure reported to be in the vicinity of $1.5 million!(1988) In a 2005 television interview Stone was asked about her ‘bisexuality’.

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‘Meryl Streep is an acting machine in the same sense that a shark is a killing machine’, said actor/singer Cher with just a tinge of jealousy. the greatest living actor that America has, man or woman’.

Miss Hepburn, too, was about to buy her way out of her RKO contract because she had received a better offer from Columbia.

Garbo’s pictures had been popular in Europe but not so in America, it is true, but with a European war looming her career was about to draw to a close anyway.

In 1949, Mary Armitage’s ‘Film Close-ups’ newspaper published its list for that year and it included two of the stars who had ‘deserved’ their salaries back in ’38 – Bette Davis and Shirley Temple.

The original list came out just as Joan Crawford signed a massive new deal with MGM at a figure reported to be in the vicinity of $1.5 million!

(1988) In a 2005 television interview Stone was asked about her ‘bisexuality’.

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‘Meryl Streep is an acting machine in the same sense that a shark is a killing machine’, said actor/singer Cher with just a tinge of jealousy. the greatest living actor that America has, man or woman’.

Miss Hepburn, too, was about to buy her way out of her RKO contract because she had received a better offer from Columbia.

Garbo’s pictures had been popular in Europe but not so in America, it is true, but with a European war looming her career was about to draw to a close anyway.

In 1949, Mary Armitage’s ‘Film Close-ups’ newspaper published its list for that year and it included two of the stars who had ‘deserved’ their salaries back in ’38 – Bette Davis and Shirley Temple.

.5 million!

(1988) In a 2005 television interview Stone was asked about her ‘bisexuality’.

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