Monthly Archives: December 2010

Where are those RUBY SLIPPERS?!


Reward offered for the safe return of one of four pairs worn by Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz



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Gene Tierney: A Biography NOW AVAILABLE At Amazon!







Merry Christmas!



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Headstone for Helene Costello…

Did you know that actress, Helene Costello, is the ONLY member of the Costello family lying in an unmarked grave? Well, she is…and it’s time to make that sad fact a thing of the past! YOU can help by donating as little as $1 or as much as $100 to the “Headstone For Helene Costello Fund” below.


Find A Grave Has a Brief Bio on Her Life and Career HERE


Facebook Group With Info On How YOU Can Contribute


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A Web Tour of the Jimmy Stewart Museum…

The Jimmy Stewart Museum Needs YOUR Help!

Please Donate and Support this Important Tribute to an American Icon!

Donate HERE

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Follow the link…


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New Soft Cover Version of “Gene Tierney: A Biography” Available NOW!

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New Book on Jennifer Jones

Acclaimed author, PAUL GREEN, has just announced his latest subject, a long overdue book dedicated to the life and films of actress, Jennifer Jones. Together with a fantastic Foreword (yes, I’ve already read it) written by TCM host, Robert Osborne, this book (available Spring/Summer 2011) may well be his best one yet!

Mr. Green’s newly created blog that is solely dedicated to his upcoming release, Jennifer Jones: The Life and Films is now up and ready for viewing. He welcomes questions and is very receptive to fan queries. Also, he’s now taking pre orders for autographed copies.

Look out for an EXCLUSIVE interview with author, Paul Green, right HERE, very soon! For now, take a look at his blog below.


Jennifer Jones Blog HERE

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Hollywood Homicide…

Below: One of the less graphic (I kid you not!) crime scene photos of Hollywood murder victim, Elizabeth Short aka “The Black Dahlia.”


It started with William Desmond Taylor in 1922, and the latest unsolved murder (to date) is that of well-liked publicist, Ronni Chasen. Throughout the decades, there’s been a slew of “whodunits” in between Taylor and Chasen, with the Black Dahlia case being one of the most gruesome of all. The mutilated body (she was severed at the waist) of Elizabeth Short was found on January 15, 1947, her gruesome end and the mystery surrounding it has inspired several book and film adaptions.

Read article link below for more info on several Hollywood murders throughout the years…if you’re a Hollywood historian, you’ll probably remember most of them, but it’s a stark reminder of the seedy side of Hollywood – then and now!


Hollywood Homicide Article HERE



Publicist, Ronni Chasen – Hollywood’s Latest Murder Victim.

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