A Place in the Sun Elizabeth Taylor

A Place in the Sun (1951) & Shelley Winters vs. Frank Sinatra!

[…] camera range.  The danger was worth it.  When I got back on the raft, George Stevens hugged me and said, ‘As Fanny Brice used to say about Esther Williams, ‘Wet, she’s a star.’” Oscar Talk for A Place in the Sun Shelley Winters reached a new career high with her performance in A Place […]

Tony Curtis Could Act: The Boston Strangler (1968)

[…] that wraps it up for The Boston Strangler, and our month with Tony Curtis.  Join me next week as I introduce our next Star of the Month, Esther Williams. http://vanguardofhollywood.com/wp-content/uploads/tc-bs-poster-8-407×600.jpg the boston strangler http://vanguardofhollywood.com/wp-content/uploads/tc-bs-f-2-600×261.jpg the boston strangler http://vanguardofhollywood.com/wp-content/uploads/tc-bs-f-pys-600×221.jpg the boston strangler http://vanguardofhollywood.com/wp-content/uploads/tc-bs-2-502×600.jpg the boston strangler http://vanguardofhollywood.com/wp-content/uploads/tc-bs-6-600×338.jpg the boston strangler http://vanguardofhollywood.com/wp-content/uploads/tc-bs-interview-1-600×455.jpg the boston strangler http://vanguardofhollywood.com/wp-content/uploads/tc-bs-poster-7-600×485.jpg […]

operation petticoat

Operation Petticoat, Tony Curtis, Cary Grant, & LSD!

[…] Trips For the decade of 1958-1968, Cary Grant continued to use and extol the miracle healing powers of LSD, inspiring other stars searching for answers, such as Esther Williams, to see if acid trips would give them similar clarifying effects. But ultimately, Cary decided that LSD did more harm than good, and he stopped […]