Oct 1, 2016
Jeanne Moreau and Sean Young - together at last! Dafuq, you ask? What was France's Queen of Le Screen doing in a movie with America's favorite dead-eyed throw pillow?
Sep 25, 2016
Posted by The Cheerful Earfull! at Sunday, September 25, 2016
Sep 16, 2016
Ann-Margret, Ann-Margret, Ann-Margret! This Swedish-born beauty epitomized pow! wowza! and awooga! in the 1950s and 60s.
Sep 3, 2016
Are you enjoying your long Labor Day Weekend? Did you miss me this past August? As much as you've missed Julie London? Just look at her. All that cash-cash-cash and her champagne and her exquisite
Aug 29, 2016
Aug 2, 2016
Gloria DeHaven, America's Sweetheart in the 1940s and 50s - and probably one of the last actors who was "born in a trunk," as they used to say (her parents were vaudeville performers) - has hoofed her way to dreamland, where she'll surely be a headliner.
Jul 25, 2016
If you're a fan of American movie musicals, then you're a fan of Marni Nixon - even if you don't know who she is. Sadly, the super-secret-undercover singing voice of Natalie Wood in "West Side Story" and Deborah Kerr in "The King and I," and countless more, has just sashayed away to that great movie palace in the sky. But not before leaving us with an Unsung Cheerful Exclusive! just for you.
Posted by The Cheerful Earfull! at Monday, July 25, 2016
Jul 3, 2016
There was a time when directors were allowed to make daring, original, groundbreaking movies on a huge scale. That ended with the disastrous 1980 opening of Michael Cimino's "Heaven's Gate." Corporate studio honchoes had their knives sharpened. From that point on, original, large scale movies gave way to blunt, imitative, machine-tooled blockbusters. The director of "Heaven's Gate," Michael Cimino, has just gone to that screening room in the sky and no doubt has a few things to talk over with Orson Welles.
Posted by The Cheerful Earfull! at Sunday, July 03, 2016