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Published Date: 5/10/2014
Joan Crawford was many things in her 73 years. She began her career as a traveling dancer before becoming a Broadway chorus girl. She was one of the most popular and highest-paid actresses in America during the 1930s, but a series of flops at the end of the decade...
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Published Date: 3/17/2014
The TV show "Dancing with the Stars" kicked off its latest season recently, and it has us thinking of some of our favorite dancers. Join us as we remember dancing greats like Gene Kelly, Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers and Elvis Presley.
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Published Date: 11/13/2013
Long before Lady Gaga wore a dress made of meat or celebrities dressed in outrageous ensembles for the Met Ball, there was Elsa Schiaparelli...
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Published Date: 11/12/2013
Eve Arden is best remembered today for her unforgettable performances in Our Miss Brooks and the Grease films. She also shared the screen with icons like Joan Crawford, Jimmy Stewart, and Groucho Marx throughout a career that spanned seven decades. We remember her...
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Published Date: 11/5/2013
It took two years and hundreds of auditions to cast Scarlett O'Hara in 1939's Gone With the Wind. But Vivien Leigh, born 100 years ago today, knew from the start that she'd get the part...
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Published Date: 5/12/2013
Is there anyone we love quite like we love our moms? We're remembering a few famous moms, from Hollywood stars to leading scientists and politicians, plus a few women who became well-known thanks to the accomplishments of their famous children.
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