Classic Links

Even if you don’t know Marni Nixon’s name, you probably know her singing voice--Ottawa Citizen

This interview with Olivia de Havilland has been out for a while, but I wanted to make sure you all saw it--London Evening Standard

A great interview with film noir advocates Eddie Muller and Alan K. Rode— LA Times

Ten movies and shows affected by the Hays code— Mental Floss

Thanks for the praise Dawn! (You ought to check out Noir and Chick Flicks; Dawn has done some great posts about silent movie stars lately)— Noir and Chick Flicks

5 comments:

Tom said...

Oh! Thank you for adding a link to the Olivia interview. I did not see this!!

KC said...

I think the interviewer did a great job of portraying the old Hollywood glamour Ms. de Havilland exuded. She was putting on a show for her--and doing a very nice job!

Dawn said...

Your welcome.:)
Thank you for the complement on the silent movie stars posts.

Meredith said...

i had no idea marni nixon had an autobiography! intrigued. i wish i could go to her class.

also that olivia article is one of my favorite things ever. that's what i call style.

KC said...

I read the Nixon bio. when it came out. I liked it a lot--and I'm picky about biographies. She's a good storyteller, and also seems like a good egg. Great stories about Deborah Kerr, Yul Brynner and working on The King and I.

Yes--I thought Olivia was quite classy! A real star.

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