Katharine Hepburn Beats the Jungle with Bogie & Bacall & Proves that Middle-Aged Actresses Rock. From 1951, it’s The African Queen.
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Ann Sheridan Has Plenty of “Oomph,” Does Her Own Singing, Is Voted Best Dressed, Fights Warner Bros. for Better Roles, and Moves to Mexico.
Bette Davis Battles It Out with Jack Warner in London, Edward G. Robinson Gets Script Approval, and Humphrey Bogart Almost Leaves Hollywood.
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Edward G. Robinson is A Good Guy, Bogie Plays the Gangster, and Joan Blondell Gets a Chance at Stardom. From 1936, it’s Bullets or Ballots.
Bette Davis Looks Glamorous, “Conks Out,”, Is the Fourth Warner Brother, and Don’t Miss Ronald Reagan. It’s 1939’s Dark Victory.
Audrey Hepburn Makes Bosoms a Thing of the Past, Givenchy Expects a Different Miss Hepburn, & William Holden sits on Glass. It’s Sabrina (1954).