Category Archives: 1960’s

Bob Hope, Mr Talented

Bob Hope died in 2003 but he still ranks amongst the very greatest performers of radio, film and television. As well as being the master of quick-fire comedy in all forms of media, this immensely talented man was also a … Continue reading

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William Holden, The Original Golden Boy

William Holden was a dependable leading man whose career peaked in the 1950’s when a third of his seventy films were made. His first major film was called ‘Golden Boy’ in 1939, with Barbara Stanwyck, and the name stuck with him. … Continue reading

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Paul Newman, the most famous blue eyes in movie history

  Paul Newman was one of Hollywood’s most warmly admired and universally loved stars. During the course of a highly successful fifty year Hollywood career he received nine acting Academy Award nominations and won once in 1986, plus two honorary … Continue reading

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