NEW YORK: Marguerite Piazza, internationally famous opera singer, goes into her dance routine with dancer Jack Bunch as she opened a supper club act at the Hotel Pierre here 1/12. Miss Piazza, who has practically given up on opera, does a strip-tease and sang New Orleans jazz. She is also planning to do her own TV show.
United Press wire photo dated January 13, 1955.
Arthur Godfrey in an undated CBS radio press wire photo.
A Very Brady Easter
Wire publicity photo featuring Laurel Swenson as Miss TV ‘61, Peabody, MA.
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Plan 9 from Outer Space AND The Crawling Eye on the same bill! What a hot night in Texas that would have been!
We think this is one of the coolest 50’s sci-fi posters ever made. Have you seen the film? Let us know what you think. You can listen to our take on the Crawling Eye right here: bit.ly/1suLzlR
I saw Divine walk out of a department store once carrying a chainsaw and a TV - John Waters, This Filthy World
Kellogg’s was one of the sponsors of Howdy Doody from 1948 through the mid-’50s…and, of course, Howdy appeared on Rice Krispies boxes to promote special premiums you could get with coins and/or boxtops. This was one of them, circa 1954. (via Ira Gallen)
Angela Lansbury with her Dame Commander (DBE) medal given to her by The Queen earlier today April 15, 2014.
Joan Bennett and Duke, c.1936
outside the movie studios, five Hollywood stars attempt to determine, by a race, which is the fastest miniature car. from left To right - Groucho Marx, Jackie Cooper, Carol Lombard, and Harpo Marx - April 9, 1933
Mickey Rooney, Olivia De Havilland, Dick Powell and Joe E Brown under the microphone at the nation-wide broadcast from Los Angeles of A Midsummer Night’s Dream on October 10, 1935