Autumn brought with it Abarat; the first volume of a project that began as an intensely private series of paintings, then coalesced into an idea for 25 modestly illustrated tales collected as The Book Of Hours.
Tuesday, July 31, Fun Finds: November Inside Movie Magazine Well, here we are once more with a recovered fan magazine of the lates. Apart from an alluring photo of Barbara Parkins and a paparazzi shot of Jacqueline Kennedy, there is a headline above the title concerning Eddie Fisher and Connie Stevens and then a list of somewhat tantalizing names.
As with most of these fun find posts, you may have to right-click and open in a new tab or window to read the text more easily or view the photos without distortion.
Inside the issue, a single page story imported over a large photo announces the upcoming film version of folk singer Arlo Guthrie's song Alice's Restaurant.
I must say that I know next to nothing about Arlo Guthrie and precious little about Alice's Restaurant either. I know that the sole photo I can ever remember seeing from the film was of U. Army draftees lined up in their jockey shorts for inspection, but I have never come across the actual film.
Guthrie, with his longhair and floppy hat, is the antithesis of what I am drawn to physically. Sometimes the waters of The Underworld run shallow indeed He is alive today at sixty-five and was still releasing recordings into the lates.
Oh, and here is that photo I am talking about, which was in a film book I had read as a teen. Another music legend one arguably even more famous than Guthrie is Janis Joplin, shown with the band she fronted, Big Brother and the Holding Company.
Look at this fun ad for a book called Hollywood and the Academy Awards. For another quarter you could rush it. It boasted pages and photos!
These gals are still with us today. Buzzi is seventy-six, Worley is seventy-four, Hawn is sixty-six and Carne is seventy-three. Maybe laughter is the best medicine after all!
I always love these tidbit sections and this magazine in particular seems to have especially clear and well-taken photographs sometimes they lean towards the dark and blurry in these old rags. Up first is a blurb about Milton Berle enduring an accident and being one of the few people in his latest film who didn't appear in the nude.
There's also a report of Miss Judy Garland pulling a concert no-show. Photos include Mike Christian who was then a costar on Peyton PlaceEartha Kitt, Walter Matthau and his second wife Carol who he was married to from until his death in and Roger Smith husband of Ann-Marget from to the present.
Then there's the U. Navy's alleged objection to nurses being perceived as being as unappealing as Phyllis Diller for fear that enlistments might go down! A note that Adam West would be remarrying his ex proved not to be the case. Here we have photos of Will Hutchins recently the subject of a Claudelle Inglish postBen Gazzara whose wife Janice Rule, an actress of note, isn't even mentioned by name!
Their marriage was from —musician and actor Dean Paul Martin who, sadly, died in a plane crash in at only age thirty-five and after having been married to and divorced from both Olivia Hussey and Dorothy Hamill. The cover story on Jackie Kennedy speculates on her possible future marriage to a British lord which didn't happen and ruminates on her sadness over the assassination of her brother-in-law, Robert Kennedy.
There's also the suggestion that she might coerce Ted Kennedy to move to England, primarily to prevent him from ending up as two of his older brothers did, dead at the hands of assassins.
Crawford, by the way, was married to this wife Gabrielle from to and they had two daughters together. He's never married again since. There is also, by the way, a third daughter from another relationship that is deliberately kept quiet by the wishes of all involved.
Incidentally, Deuel who later went as Pete Duel never did marry Beth Griswold someone I am completely unfamiliar with. They split in and he's been married to his fourth wife Kim since The article on Eddie Fisher and Connie Stevens discusses their turbulent marriage. If you read Fisher's second autobiography, then you know he said that the only thing good between them was the sex which resulted in two daughters.
No man is ever mentioned, named or anything else within the article. It just speculates about her past and what her prospects for love are now that she's twice wed and divorced and has seemingly trashed her career and reputation by abruptly exiting the Broadway success The Star-Spangled Girl, which costarred Richard Benjamin and Anthony Perkins.
Incidentally, their daughter Joely's name is misspelled throughout the article! The response was overwhelmingly in favor of her sticking with the primetime soap.Barker, a young social worker who lives in the Bronx, once told p2pnet 'I love music.
I grew up in a house where music was played all the time. I grew up in a house where music was played all the time.
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