George Raft Teaches Joe E. Brown and Jack Lemmon to Tango, Marilyn Monroe Out-Earns the Boys, Billy Wilder Goes Crazy, and Tony Curtis Likes Tight Pants!
Joe E. Brown
Betty Grable’s NOT Pregnant and Becomes the Most Popular WWII Pin-Up while Joe E. Brown Entertains the Troops and Testifies in Congress for Refugee Children. From 1944, it’s Pin-Up Girl.
If his name is not familiar to you, comedian Joe E. Brown’s face probably is: today, Joe is best remembered for his flawless performance in the 1959 classic, Some Like it Hot. During his comedy heyday, Joe’s kindness and decency were legendary. I’m convinced the guy didn’t have a mean bone in his body. When you can be that nice and still become a mega success in Hollywood, you deserve to be remembered! Read on to learn a few of my favorite things about the remarkable Joe E. Brown!