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Carole Lombard takes on the High-Profile Illness – Silver Screenings

Spoiler Alert You have to hand it to 1930s screwball comedies. They are, in part, a response to the Production Code (c.a. 1930-67), a set of rules about What Was Allowed in … Continue reading

01/15/2017 · 6 Comments

Quote • CAROLE LOMBARD • Humour & Egos

“Humor is nothing less than a sense of the fitness of things. Something that’s out of proportion, like an inflated ego, should strike you funny, particularly if it’s your own … Continue reading

09/29/2016 · Leave a comment

On this day: the death of Carole Lombard | In Times Gone By…

Carole Lombard, one of the 1930s most significant film actresses, was killed in a plane crash in Nevada, USA on the 16th of January, 1942. She was thirty-three at the … Continue reading

01/16/2016 · 1 Comment

Happy 108th Birthday Carole Lombard

Originally posted on Waldina:
Today is the 108th birthday of Carole Lombard.  “My Man Godfrey” is on of my favorite movies and part of that reason is because of Carole Lombard.…

10/06/2015 · Leave a comment

Quote • CAROLE LOMBARD • Virtues

The Cardinal Virtue “–Is a sense of humor,” says Carole. “Do you laugh in the right places? Then, you’ll get along, in fair weather or foul. Humor is nothing less … Continue reading

01/17/2015 · 7 Comments

Winston Churchill vetoed Coward knighthood – Telegraph

BEGUILING HOLLYWOOD Coward’s handler was Cary Grant, the British born Hollywood star, known to have close links to intelligence services on both sides of the Atlantic. The 43 year old … Continue reading

10/19/2014 · Leave a comment

My Man Godfrey – Required Viewing

Originally posted on Waldina:
William Powell and Carole Lombard are genius in this 1936 film.  It really must be one of my favorites.  You can watch the entire movie below…

03/08/2014 · Leave a comment