With Hollywood sweater girl Lana Turner for a mama, Cheryl Crane was bound for a life of nonstop rollicking glamour, right? Wrong! Cheryl was continually raped by her stepfather, screen Tarzan Lex Barker, who loved giving her "rough baths" by day and sexually torturing her at night.
In the 1960s, when eternal virgin Doris Day could have been doing the groundbreaking The Graduate, she was instead making fluffy, candy-colored Frank Tashlin comedies, namely 1966's The Glass Bottom Boat and 1967's Caprice, films that took Dodo, respectively, under water and down a slippery s ... More >>
In this latest photo totem pole by Beauregard Houston-Montgomery, Oscar winner Sophia Loren proves she's always been one big, tasty slice of lasagna with extra sauce.
His name was Jean Sorel, and in fact it still is. The Frenchman is 75 and keeps on working. But Sorel's heyday was the '60s and '70s, when his dreamy features and glossy, immovable hair filled the screen in Sidney Lumet's fiery A View From The Bridge, Bunuel's wry classic Belle De Jour, and ... More >>
There are no words to describe the majesty of this history-drenched totem pole by Beauregard Houston-Montgomery. It's all very Luxor Hotel meets Pirates of the Caribbean as directed by Joseph Mankiewicz for Discovery Travel Channel. And it's tomb much.
This glamorous cautionary montage courtesy of Beauregard Houston-Montgomery lines up some of the most hallucinogenic images from 1967's three-gals-on-a-rampage romp for a stunning pole of horror that we can simultaneously laugh and gasp at while Lindsay Lohan sucks it up and learns her place ... More >>
CLICK HERE for my new column detailing the week's most rivetingly LGBT events: *The showing of the controversal Ticked-off Trannies With Knives at the Tribeca Film Festival, where no one seemed the least bit mad
Throughout her life, Natalie Wood was plagued with doubts over her talent, but one look at her performances proves she was nuts to second guess herself. Through the years, the pint sized beauty brought us a rivetingly intense dramatic turn in 1961's Splendor in the Grass... A dazzling perfo ... More >>
Supermodels of the '70s and '80s, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders' exhibit at the Steven Kasher Gallery, features 10 large-format portraits of legendary mannequins taken in 2009 while Greenfield-Sanders was working on a project for Vanity Fair. Thrill to images of Christie Brinkley, Cheryl Tiegs ... More >>
Beauregard Houston-MontgomeryI love esoteric stars who are troupers in need of more appreciation. That's where I step in. Recently I went to see an off-Broadway revue called Don't Leave It All To Your Children!, which costars seasoned performers like Marcia Rodd and Steve Rossi.