Legacy: Lauren Bacall Was The Last of Madonna’s “Vogue” Legends


Here's an strange bit of trivia about the passing of Lauren Bacall yesterday: As pointed out on Twitter, all 16 of the 20th-century stars immortalized in Madonna's “Vogue” are now gone. The amazing black-and-white music video, directed by David Fincher, is a tribute to the golden age of Hollywood. Now almost a quarter century old, the song came out ... See the Rest

Hollywood Legends: Now & Then


I know this is a silly game but I can't really help myself. Whenever you focus on the Hollywood heavyweights, like last night's Oscars did, you think back on the golden era of Hollywood and try to figure out our star equivalency today. Not their looks as much, (although these two examples are a bit uncanny) but more the kind of actors they are and ... See the Rest

Quote Unquote: Bette Davis


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Fezbians of Note: Bette Davis


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Quote Unquote


 “I will not retire while I've still got my legs and my makeup box.” – Bette Davis     ... See the Rest

Oscars Flashback: 1936


Bette Davis injected politics into awards-show fashion when, nominated for best actress for her performance in Dangerous, a film she hated, she wore a simple blue-and-white dress designed by Orry-Kelly. Her intention was to look like the hired help, which was what she felt like under contract to Warner Bros. ... See the Rest

Quotes Unquote


Hey! I know! Let's make this into a contest! I'll give a free World According to Wonder flu mask to the first person who can tell me the name of each movie! Oh! Oh! And the name of the character she played! No peeking on IMDb! ... See the Rest

Flashback 1964


Bette Davis and Paul Henreid, stars of 1942's classic weepie Now, Voyager, acted out their famous double cigarette lighting scene from that movie when reunited on the set of 1964's Dead Ringer, in which Henreid directed Davis in her double role. (via thebettedavis) ... See the Rest