Billed as a comedy, the Hawks film was far from funny, as two sailors (Victor McLaglen & Robert Armstrong) battle each other over ladies ashore, but in the end realize that no woman (including lovely circus performer Louise) is worth getting between their tight ‘friendship’. I mean, how is anyone to believe that another man is worth throwing Lulu overboard for? We’d throw twenty zillion men overboard just to spend 4 minutes with Ms Brooks, so we can pet her hair
Bebe Daniels has introduced to Hollywood a white belt with all the holidays of the year illustrated in black figures around the suede. New Years, Valentine´s Day, Washington´s Birthday, St Patrick´s Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas are represented
the largest portrait enlargement ever turned out in Hollywood is this1928 Eugene Robert Richee picture of Clara Bow, Paramount star, which was give to the flaming-haired star as a gift from studio officials in Hollywood. Not having room for it on her dressing table, Miss Bow presented it to her father, Robert W Bow, who is now trying to find some place to hang it
After [Irving] Thalberg died, Norma Shearer—one of the most minimally talented ladies ever to appear on the silver screen, and who looked like nothing, with one eye crossed over the other—went right on being the queen of Hollywood. Everybody used to say, ‘Mrs Thalberg is coming,’ ‘Miss Shearer is arriving,’ as though they were talking about Sarah Bernhardt.
side view of the Mother Goose Pantry, a restaurant in the shape of a Mother Goose shoe, that is located at 1951 East Colorado Boulevard in the city of Pasadena. Photo shows ‘Mother Goose’ character greeting a large crowd of children. This is the solution to the Mother Goose rhyme: ‘There was an old woman, who lived in a shoe; she had so many children, she didn’t know what to do. She gave them some broth, without any bread; she whipped them all soundly, and sent them to bed.’ - apparently, now everyone can be fed. Photo dated: 1928.