Barbara Stanwyck in The Other Love, 1947
Barbara Stanwyck and Robert Taylor on the set of Ball of Fire, 1941
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& yes I have I usually send her a card on her bday
Michael Jackson on stage in Buenos Aires, Argentina on october, 8, 1993.
I know of people she’s answered, so yes, but she seems to be pretty random and sporadic about it tho so no guarantee
does anyone have the full person to person interview with bogie&betty? I can’t find it online anymore :((((
You never doubt Stanwyck’s authority as a pianist, and there is a good reason for this.
Miss Stanwyck was coached for playing the piano by Ania Dorfman. True to her desire for perfection, Stanwyck practiced two to three hours daily for about a month. At the end she herself could play the relevant pieces.
- Director Andre de Toth (The Other Love, 1947)
Barbara Stanwyck and Robert Cummings in The Bride Wore Boots, 1946
Katharine Hepburn singing “Night and Day” to Spencer Tracy’s bongo accompaniment in Desk Set (1957)
that my friend is an eloise
she is v v sexy
"Too much introspection can be a big mistake, finally boring, to me and to everyone else. Life is to be lived, not analyzed. Time is to be used, not wasted.”
-LAUREN BACALL, 1994.