Tony Curtis Survives the Streets of New York, Joins the Navy, Inspires Elvis, Has Amazing Hair, Loves Beautiful Women, and Can Paint.
Tony Curtis Says Thank You, Jack Lemmon Gets a Pie in the Face, & Tony and Natalie Wood Almost Light Each Other On Fire! It’s The Great Race.
Tony Curtis Hides His Handsomeness, Takes Mug Shots, & Makes the Cover of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. It’s The Boston Strangler.
Tony Curtis Puts the Cat in the Bag, Proves He’s More Than Just a Pretty Face, Becomes an Honorary Member of the Rat Pack, & Plays Jazz Flute for Frank Sinatra.
Tony Curtis Fulfills a Childhood Dream, Inspires Matt Bomber, & Fights a Pig While Cary Grant Trips on LSD! It’s Operation Petticoat (1959).
Marilyn Monroe Out-Earns the Boys, George Raft Teaches the Tango, Billy Wilder Goes Crazy, & Tony Curtis Likes Tight Pants. From 1959, it’s Some Like it Hot.
[…] Manners (Shelley Winters) realizes that Lin has the courage her fiancé lacks. Lin and the Calvary defeat Young Bull and his men, and a Calvary soldier ( Tony Curtis) retrieves Lin’s Winchester from the battlefield. But Lin and High Spade have already set out after Dutch Brown again. The Calvary decides to gift the Winchester […]
[…] unquestionably the most extensive source material about her life. But it’s worth noting as we begin our month with Shelley that she was a notorious embellisher. Tony Curtis, most certainly not a Shelley fan, begins his 1993 autobiography with a blatant jab at Shelley’s sometimes questionable recounting of events: “I am determined to make […]