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Oct
31

Bela Lugosi

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“I died living they all died dead.”

 

Bela Lugosi as Ygor in
“Son of Frankenstein” (1939)

 

Bela Lugosi as Ygor in “Son of Frankenstein” (1939)

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Oct
30

Myrna Loy

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“I rushed out of the projection room, ran
home and cried for hours. I was really ashamed
of myself. It was so awful…”

 

Myrna Loy on her screen
test for the film “Cobra” (1925)

 

Myrna Loy in “The Desert Song” (1929)

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Oct
29

Buster Keaton

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“They say pantomime’s a lost art.
It’s never been a lost art and never
will be, because it’s too natural to do.”

 

Buster Keaton

 

Buster Keaton in “The Doughboys” (1930)

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Oct
28

Vera-Ellen

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“Fred Astaire will never say, though he’s
always asked, which of his dancing ladies
was his favorite partner. If you ask me,
he preferred the solo turns.”

 

Vera-Ellen

 

Vera-Ellen and Fred Astaire in “Three Little Words” (1950)

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Oct
27

Linda Darnell (1949)

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“If I was you, I’d show more o’ what I got.
Maybe wear somethin’ with beads.”
-Sadie (Thelma Ritter)

 

“What I got don’t need beads.”
Lora Mae Hollingsway (Linda Darnell)

 

Linda Darnell from
“A Letter To Three Wives” (1949)

 

Linda Darnell in “A Letter To Three Wives” (1949)

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Oct
26

Fred MacMurray

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“Carole Lombard was a wonderful girl.
Swore like a man. Other women try,
but she really did.”

 

Fred MacMurray

 

Fred MacMurray and Carole Lombard in “Swing High, Swing Low” (1937)

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Oct
25

Gene Kelly

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“I wasn’t nice to Debbie.
It’s a wonder she still speaks to me.”

 

Gene Kelly on working with Debbie Reynolds
while filming “Singin` in the Rain” (1952)

 

Donald O’Connor, Debbie Reynolds, and Gene Kelly in “Singin’ In The Rain” (1952)

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Oct
24

Lucille Ball

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“Desi was the great love of my life.
I will miss him until the day I die.
But I don`t regret divorcing him.
I just couldn’t take it anymore.”

 

Lucille Ball

 

Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz

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Oct
23

Bette Davis

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“I never did pal around with actresses.
Their talk usually bored me to tears.”

 

Bette Davis

 

Bette Davis

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Oct
22

Josephine Baker

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“Beautiful? It’s all a question of luck.
I was born with good legs. As for the rest,
beautiful, no. Amusing, yes.”

 

Josephine Baker

 

Josephine Baker

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