Thursday, October 2, 2008

Movie talk...

More Information about last nights movie and the stars - it was during the filming of "Possessed" that the Crawford/Gable affair started or at the very least had been going on pretty hot and heavy - after the breakup and Carole Lombard's tragic airplane death - they were very close and their friendship lasted for decades only ending with his death.

Look at this picture -

If there was no affair - then at the minimum the chemistry on screen was pretty hot !! Here is a a quote - Lovemaking never felt with anyone like what it did with Clark. ~ Joan Crawford That sort of says it all....

Last night kicked off a month long tribute to RKO Studios - on Wednesday evenings TCM will be featuring their films - and so it was "What Price Hollywood" - 1932 with that most beautiful of stars Constance Bennett in the lead roll as Mary Evans. This film is the first of four versions of a "star is born" theme film the second being "A Star is Born" - 1937 with Janet Gaynor, the third a musical "A Star is Born" - 1954 with Judy Garland and the last (so far) "A Star is Born" - 1976 with Barbra Streisand - it is an old story and will probably be remade at some point.

Stitching last night was a finish up night on the "gift-a-way" present and it turned out pretty nice - if I do say so myself!! I am really feeling that old startitus...... what should it be...

I have also started to send out the partner info for the SBBC - 2009 and will finish the emails up today. If you have not gotten your partner info by 3:00pm PST today then let me know and I will resend.

Thanks for stopping by!!!

Take care,


  1. I always think of Joan Crawford during the Mildred Pierce period, you know Mommie Dearest, and all. If you hadn't identified her I wouldn't have known it was her.

  2. Hi Edgar! Just wanted to say thanks for the lovely stitching on my RR! Looks great. Sorry its taken me so long to say that, been a bit absent from blogworld recently. Hope you're well :)

  3. Hi Edgar...I just discovered your blog and I love it! This picture of Joan Crawford and Clark Gable is so gorgeous!!!! Hope it is okay, I am going to put a link to your blog from mine! I want to be able to come back and visit frequently!

    By the way, for a time, I lived at 2678 19th Avenue in San Francisco! Love that city!