Maureen O’Hara bio

Maureen O'Hara

Charles Laughton had seen a screen test of Maureen O’Hara and was twitterpated by her beautiful eyes. Just so were clear that Charles Laughton of Spartacus (1960), Witness for the Prosecution Witness for the Prosecution (1957), Mutiny on the Bounty  (1935), and The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939). The Bounty wasn’t…

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Bela Lugosi – King of the Vampires

Bela Lugosi was born Be’la Ferenc Dezso Blasko in 1882 in Lugos, Austria-Hungary (now Lugoj, Romania). During WWI Lugosi was an infantry lieutenant in the Austro-Hungarian Army. Yes, that is correct, it’s the other side. Since he was active in the Actors Union during the Hungarian Revolution of 1919 he…

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Paul Fix Is An Actor You Should Know

Paul Fix Is An Actor You Should Know

Paul Fix is an actor you should know. With well over 300 movie and television credits, he may be best-known for his role as Marshal Micah Torrance on the “Rifleman” 1958-1963 television series. However, he was much more. A quality actor that was never overstated and adapted to the roles as…

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Fay Wray – actress who drove the big ape crazy

Fay Wray

Fay Wray, was a Canadian born actress that played the love interest in westerns during the silent years but made the transition to talkies. Fay stated that director Cooper said he would cast her with the tallest dark haired leading man in Hollywood. Wray though he was talking about Clark Gable.…

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