Paul Newman Was Not Mean to Patricia Neal. Here’s Why It Matters
Was Paul Newman Mean to Patricia Neal? Shannon’s research reveals the truth and why a rumor has been accepted as fact for decades.
Fred MacMurray and June Haver, Dennis Morgan, Q Fever, & Alfalfa
From Fred MacMurray and June Haver, to Dennis Morgan, Q fever, & the mystery behind Alfalfa, here are the answers to VOH’s Christmas trivia.
Was Vera-Ellen Anorexic in White Christmas?
Was Vera-Ellen anorexic in White Christmas (1954)? Here’s what we know about Vera-Ellen’s complicated relationship with food and body image.
They Say She’s a Has-Been: Katharine Hepburn & Bringing Up Baby
Katharine Hepburn Wrangles a Leopard, Locksteps with Cary Grant, Learns the Circus Grip, And Sets Out to Prove She Isn’t a Has-Been. From 1938, it’s Bringing Up Baby.
John Garfield: Hollywood’s First Rebel
John Garfield is a Fighter, Inspires Hollywood’s Future Rebels, Asks for His Man-Maker, and Just May Give You $200.
Peter Cushing: The Gentleman of Horror
Peter Cushing Kills Dracula, Is Afraid of the Dark, Loves His Wife, Has An English Sense of Humor, Goes Vegetarian, and Adores Marmalade.
Nora Prentiss (1947), Ann Sheridan, & Billy Travilla
Ann Sheridan Curses Like a Sailor, Proves She’s More Than “The Oomph Girl,” And Discovers Billy Travilla. It’s 1947’s Nora Prentiss.
Edward G. Robinson: The Screen’s Cultured Gangster
Edward G. Robinson Epitomizes the American Dream, Loves Cigars, Overcomes the Blacklist, and is Nothing Like His Gangster Screen Image.
Joe E. Brown: Hollywood’s Nicest Guy
Joe E. Brown is a Circus Acrobat, Almost Plays Pro Baseball, Keeps His Comedy Clean, Entertains the Troops, And Marries His Wife Three Times.