Today was the last day of my vacation before I have to return to my day job tomorrow. Considering the fact that I didn't have anything planned for the day, I assumed that it wouldn't be a very interesting end to my holiday, but boy was I wrong! For starters, I got a great surprise… Continue reading Updates! I’m Now On Twitter AND MORE!
Have you ever learned something at a busy or downright terrible time in your life and simply tucked it away in your brain while saying, "I can't deal with this information right now, I'll think about it later"? That happened to me today when I learned about the passing of Mary Carlisle at 104. I… Continue reading Rest in Peace, Mary Carlisle (1914 – 2018)
This news has yet to fully circulate and so far has only been reported by the official page for Tab's documentary, Tab Hunter Confidential (2015). I've still been hoping deep down in my heart that it isn't true, but unfortunately it appears to be so. Tab was an incredible and sweet human being who lived… Continue reading Rest in Peace, Tab Hunter (1931 – 2018)
I am so deeply saddened to learn about the passing of legendary actress and singer Patricia Morison this Sunday at the age of 103. As many of you know, Patricia was an actress whom I adored. I first discovered her beauty and learned about her life a few years ago, but her films were and… Continue reading Rest in Peace, Patricia Morison (1915 – 2018)
As I've been attempting to put more effort into making my favorite blog even better, I've found that Musings of a Classic Film Addict was in desperate need of a makeover. The ugly blue bar at the top of the page that I couldn't replace with anything that I liked irked me to no end,… Continue reading Lovely to Look At: Our New Makeover and More
It pains me so much that my first post of 2018 is such a heartbreaking one for me to write. Peggy had such an incredible life and filmography, but I’ll never forget her as Annie Laurie Starr in one of the most iconic noir films of all time, Gun Crazy (1950). She gave my favorite female… Continue reading Rest In Peace, Peggy Cummins (1925 – 2017)
It's almost that time of year again! In just one week I'll be hosting the 2nd Annual Classic Hollywood Holiday Card Giveathon, a blogathon for which everyone writes and sends holiday cards to living classic film stars and writes about it in a blog post! There's still plenty of time to sign up and send… Continue reading Just One Week Until The 2nd Annual Classic Hollywood Holiday Card Giveathon!
Hi, everyone! I know it's been a few weeks since I've been active on this blog. Musings of a Classic Film Addict is one of the things in my life that I'm the most proud to contribute my time and effort to, and it's incredibly saddening for me when I have to neglect it for… Continue reading A Personal Update on Where I’ve Been, and How I’ve Been Incorporating Old Hollywood Into My Life in a Time of Crisis
I am at such a loss for words right now. Though television is not my main area of interest, over time I've been trying to watch more classic television shows because luckily many of the actors from them are still with us. Without a doubt, Batman was the first one that I watched and thoroughly… Continue reading Rest in Peace, Adam West (1928 – 2017)
It's with a heavy heart that I write about some severely underreported news: Universal Studios in Hollywood has demolished four of their soundstages (Stages 22, 23, 24, and 25 to be exact), putting in motion a five-year plan to demolish their older stages in order to make room for theme park expansions and a… Continue reading Universal Studios Has Demolished An Important Part of Old Hollywood History