Photog extraordinaire Leo Fuchs caputured celebs' intimate moments starting in the 1950s. His black and white portraits have gone on sale today at VandM.com. But before you buy, let me sell you on their beauty.
We all know about classic stuff like Cary Grant making sure they cast Rex Harrison in My Fair Lady instead of him, and Doris Day not tarnishing her image by doing The Graduate--a part that would have resulted in her still working today. But here are some other weird cinematic decisions, courtesy of ... More >>
You loved the last batch, so here are more bathing-suited matinee idols from the old days, courtesy of Hollywood historian Gregory Moore. Above is the delectable Fernando Lamas, looking ready for a big splash. And below you'll find such hubba-hubba heartthrobs as: John Gavin, George Brent, ... More >>
My choices in ranked order: (1) James Stewart (2) Robert DeNiro (3) Spencer Tracy (4) Jack Nicholson (5) Jack Lemmon
The classic 1951 novel From Here To Eternity could have been From Queer To Eternity, if only the publisher hadn't caved in to Catholic group pressure and made author James Jones cut the gay stuff.
What are the wittiest remarks ever uttered--not on screen where they've been scripted and rehearsed, but in actual life? Among my personal faves are:
I often dream up amazing headlines (and even subheads) and think, "Wow, that's clever! If only there were a story to go with it!" So I simply keep the headlines on file just in case the proper cart comes along to be pulled by the horse. For example: