James Stewart and Kim Novak in Bell, Book and Candle, 1958.
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R.I.P. Mickey Rooney
September 23, 1920 – April 6, 2014
Dean Martin’s daughter Deana and her mom Jeanne, on the celebration of Jeanne’s birthday.
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Humphrey Bogart with his third wife Mayo Methot. Bogart and Methot, who once stabbed him with a butcher’s knife, were known as the ‘Battling Bogarts’ during their seven year marriage, 1938-1945.
A very Happy Birthday wish to Mr. Jerry Lewis, 88 years young today.
He is a national comedic treasure and we are lucky to have him still among us and going strong!
Source: Friars Club on Twitter
Happy St. Patrick’s Day from the fetching Martha Vickers.
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R.I.P. Mr. David Brenner.
February 4, 1936 - March 15, 2014
You were a great in comedy and you will be missed.
I can still remember seeing him on Johnny Carson as a child and laughing at his schtick.
Plus, he was from Philly and joked a lot about his experiences growing up there, ie: “In my neighborhood in Philly if you were seen wearing a dickie (ascot), you damn well better smell like Ben-Gay!” LMAO
A special place in my heart.
Jerry Lewis and Andy Williams, presenters at the 1966 Golden Globes awards.
Walter Matthau, Inger Stevens and Robert Morse in
A Guide For The Married Man, 1967
A cartooned Frank Sinatra in Slick Hare a Merry Melodies Cartoon, 1947
I LOVE this.
See the whole cartoon here: http://youtu.be/UErkdP1yC_Y
Never really been a western fan.
Never thought I’d say it, but Wagon Train was a damn good series!
Jerry, recipient of the Lifetime Achievement and presenter Carol Burnett at the ICG Publicists luncheon yesterday
A highlight of the annual luncheon on the Friday before the Oscars was the presentation of the Lifetime Achievement Award to actor, comedian, writer, producer and director Jerry Lewis by comedienne Carol Burnett.
Burnett said Lewis had inspired her love of comedy when she first saw him on the big screen as a teenager while attending Hollywood High School in 1949 in the movie My Friend Irma, which also starred his then-partner Dean Martin. She also praised Lewis for his work with the Muscular Dystrophy Association, helping raise over $2.6 billion.
“For someone who has been quite open about feelings for the press, to get anything from them is a miracle,” said Lewis, now 87, in his acceptance. “But I really know the importance of what you guys do. I respect that.