A review of Ruth’s Journey, the authorised story of Mammy from Gone With the Wind by Donald McCaig (Atria Books, 2014)
Costume designer Bob Mackie tells Warner Bros. how Gone With the Wind influenced his career.
A couple of years ago, London’s National Portrait Gallery mounted a major exhibition in partnership with the John Kobal Foundation titled Glamour of the Gods, a photographic retrospective paying tribute to some of the greatest portrait photographers in Hollywood history. Among those included were Laszlo Willinger, George Hurrell, Robert Coburn, and perhaps the greatest of them all, Clarence Sinclair Bull.
First Cousin to Cinderella
By Maude M. Miller
Hollywood magazine, September 1939
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A pair of green eyes gazes steadily but with a suggestion of good-natured defiance at the huge man with the lazy smile and the green shirt, otherwise known as the Assistant Director.
It’s so nice to be back in California for the holidays. I grew up in the north but went to college and spent quite a few years living down in Orange County. A lot of my friends still live in the area, and even though my visits over the past couple of years have …