Sunday, January 21, 2018
Classic Radioland - this is a series that "Love Those Classic Movies!" loves to cover. These classic radio broadcasts are a gem to listen to from the re-teaming of a cast that were superb on-screen to the newly establishing actors in a role that one might have never thought.
This tine around for our series we are focusing on one true classic; "My Man Godfrey" which was a "Lux Theatre" production that aired on May 9, 1938, it is celebrating it's 80th Anniversary this year from its original airing. For the teaming of this production; Lux brought back the stars of the motion picture; William Powell and Carole Lombard to reprise their roles....which was a very smart decision!
Now, it is time for you to turn off all other distractions and listen to the next edition of the serial; Classic Radioland!
In Memoriam - Dorothy MaloneWe have lost yet another leading lady from our golden age of Hollywood; Dorothy Malone. Dorothy Malone passed away on January 19th, 2018 at the age of 92 years young. This is one grand lady whom took the film industry by storm with her incredible talent and beauty. The very best leading men shared the screen with her such as; Yul Brynner, Rock Hudson, Humphrey Bogart, Kurt Douglas, Joel McCrea, Robert Taylor, Fred MacMurray, Randolph Scott, and many more.
Dorothy Malone on January 30, 1925 in Chicago, Illinois. An Academy Award in 1957 was bestowed upon this leading lady for her role in; Written On The Wind for Best Supporting Actress. There are countless classic films and television credits to this star such as; Artists and Models, Peyton Place (TV), The Big Sleep, The Last Sunset, The Tarnished Angels, Man of a Thousand Faces, Pushover, and many more. Here at "Love Those Classic Movies!" we pay our respect to this leading lady and hope it brings you time to reflect and either re-watch or see for the first time a gem from Dorothy Malone.