John Gilbert ‘The Great Lover’ was one of the few stars of the silent movie era who could rival Rudolph
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For me Cary Grant will always be the ultimate leading man. Sophisticated, debonaire and witty (not to mention a bit
Chaplin, along with his mother and siblings, were sent to the dreaded Victorian workhouse when he was aged just 7.
Was Fred Astaire the greatest dancer on the silver screen? Personally I think he probably was, I grew up glued
Who comes to mind when you hear the name Dracula? Gary Oldman? Christopher Lee? Or is it in my opinion
Gable started out in Hollywood playing bit-parts in silent movies in the mid 1920s and starred in his first starring
You probably know Donald O’Connor best from the movie Singin’ in the Rain – I know that’s where I first
There were some great movie actors around in the 1940s, it truly was the golden age of cinema! Here are
A tale of savagery, seduction and Stockholm Syndrome amongst the sand dunes… The Sheik, a silent-movie from 1921, is widely-regarded
How can I talk about Gary Cooper without humming Irving Berlin’s Putting on the Ritz? Dressed up like a million
An early publicity photo of James Dean taken in 1953 when he was around 22. I say it was an
Gregory Peck embracing Ann Todd in publicity still for Alfred Hitchcock’s film “The Paradine Case”, 1947. You can see why
Dancer and actor Gene Kelly in a publicity photo. The scar on his cheek was caused by a childhood accident
Marlon Brando’s iconic publicity photo from the 1953 movie The Wild One. Source and copyright: This work is in the
The US Navy portrait of a very young Paul Newman taken during Word War 2, probably in 1944 or 1945.