Unfortunately, nursing school has kept me so busy that I have had very little time to blog. It is hard to believe that I am finally in the home stretch, with about two months of school left. On top of all the excitement of soon being able to become a RN, a very special event took place in my life a few weeks ago. On March 1, my best friend and the most amazing person I know asked me to spend the rest of my life with him. I was completely taken by surprise with the proposal, and it was perfect in every sense of the word. That was my inspiration for this post. In the Golden Era of Hollywood, much like today, there were few marriages that lasted a lifetime. The first few couples depicted are those who spend their whole lives together creating countless memories. The last few, happen to be some of my favorite Hollywood romances, that were cut too short, but who had enough love in them to last a lifetime. Continue reading
Every once in a while, as I page through an old Photoplay magazine, an article stands out from the rest. This was definitely the case regarding the following piece of writing. It is titled, “Spyglass on Jean Harlow, Also Known as Hell’s Angel.” It is an entertaining article that was written to give the reader a look at the goofy side of Harlow. The following was published in the 1931 edition of the magazine. It is fascinating and quirky, while conveying a unique style of writing. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
While paging through a Photoplay magazine from 1933, I came across a truly fascinating article by Anita Loos. Harlow and Gable made several movies together during her short career. When they appeared on screen together, they were absolutely electrifying: the chemistry, undeniable. Yet off-screen, there were no romantics involved. They found a kindred spirit in each other, as they both held the heavy burden of being the ultimate ‘sex symbols’ of the time. They formed an unbreakable bond, always looking out for the other one. It was a friendship that would last until the end of Harlow’s days.