Spring Break . . . Where the Boys Are
Every generation of young girls have wondered Where the Boys Are! This will continue to the end of time. In 1960, a memorable film was produced in Hollywood. Some of the top actors and actresses in young Hollywood were in this movie.
Elizabeth Taylor Tribute: She Lit Up The Screen
Sometimes, it seemed as if Elizabeth Taylor’s beauty obscured her talent on screen. In truth, however, Elizabeth’s talent matched her beauty. Later in life, she became an icon as an AIDS activist. With tremendous dedication and compassion, she helped raise awareness of this disease to raise money for many of the victims.
Kim Novak: Bell, Book and Candle in the Night
Kim Novak was one of the most beautiful actresses in the 1950s, and 1960s. With her short blonde hair and “come hither” eyes, she embodied the strong and the mysterious. Her movies were astonishingly successful and well received.
A Taste of Art ArtWalk – Thursday, January 19, 7-9pm
To all of our Barrett-Jackson car enthusiasts, golfers and other winter visitors, Welcome to Scottsdale! There are many things to do while visiting our city, but there are some that shouldn’t be missed.
Was Errol Flynn Really a Bad Boy?
Frankly, I think Errol Flynn got a bad rap for being a “bad boy”. With hindsight being 20/20, how bad, really, was Errol?
Clark Gable: Life’s Lessons
How often have rumors or innuendos played a part in your life and changed what you might do in any situation? How vulnerable are we, as people, to hearing something about ourselves, or someone we love. We have all heard of the great love affair between Clark Gable and Carole Lombard.
Brigitte Bardot: A Journey Through Time
Wow! The photos and posters of Brigitte Bardot remind me of what she meant to French Cinema. 50 years ago, Brigitte Bardot represented French movies. She was the French Marilyn Monroe and an icon of her time.
Toulouse-Lautrec, Lorenz Hart, Judy Garland: The Three People I Wish I Could Hug
As I look at the posters, I reflect upon how beautiful, handsome and powerful most of these people look in the renderings that the artists have drawn for the posters. As we all know, life doesn’t exactly imitate art in that way, and people are vulnerable.
Julie Christie. What more can anyone say? Julie Christie exploded on the screen in the 1960’s. With incredible talent and beauty, her career was launched. She won an Academy Award for Darling. As a result, she had the ability to choose any part she ever wanted.
It’s No Bull
It’s no Bull. Well maybe it is. . . actually it is a bull, a lion, and some dwarfs. Now I am being politically incorrect, but it is about a princess, a prince, a wicked witch and even a big bad wolf. I’m talking about animation.