Jun 30, 2013
John Gilbert's once-sterling life is celebrated in a terrific Golden new book
We have always thought of Eve Golden as a fine writer, a sterling voice this woman who pens celeb bios that are entertaining and detailed, but never academic.
The Washington Post
Book review: - The Five Acts of Diego Leon,' by Alex Espinoza
"If only those who dream about Hollywood would know how difficult it is," Greta Garbo admonished.
Three Books About Early Hollywood
Mae Murray: The Girl with Bee-Stung Lips by Michael G. Ankerich Hardly anyone reading this review will recognize the name Mae Murray but there was a time when she was one of the biggest stars in Hollywood and helped define American cinema.
Hell on Frisco Bay
Intruder In The Dust
WHO: Puerto Rico-born actor Juano Hernandez , directed by Clarence Brown . WHAT: In 1968, Andrew Sarris published a book calling director Clarence Brown a "subject for further research." The same year, Kevin Brownlow wrote: Clarence Brown is one of the great names of American motion pictures -- one of the few whose mastery was undiminished by the ... (more)