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Carole Lombard

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  • Former Carole Lombard-William Powell home listed at $1,395,000

    Former Carole Lombard-William Powell home listed at $1,395,000
    A Spanish villa that silver-screen stars Carole Lombard and William Powell once called home has come on the market at $1,395,000 in L.A.'s Whitley Heights neighborhood. Built by architect-builder Bruce McCaskill in 1926, the four-bedroom, 3 3/4 -bathroom...
  • Marilyn Monroe: Focus on the image

    Marilyn Monroe: Focus on the image
    Aug. 5, 2008 is the 46th anniversary of the death of Marilyn Monroe, whose light burns as brightly as ever. Jean Harlow was more a vamp, Carole Lombard more an actress, and both died younger than Marilyn, who was 36. Yet they are remembered mainly by film...
  • Leona Lewis leases home in Hollywood Hills

    Leona Lewis leases home in Hollywood Hills
    You might say the "Spirit" led her to L.A. British singer Leona Lewis, whose album "Spirit" premiered in North America at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 last year, is making her U.S. base of operations in the Hollywood Hills. That's where she has leased a...
  • Sweet, affordable places to sleep in Santa Barbara

    Sweet, affordable places to sleep in Santa Barbara
    BRISAS DEL MAR, INN AT THE BEACH 223 Castillo St., 93101; (800) 468-1988 or (805) 966-2219; www.brisasdelmarinn.com This hotel has probably never looked better. In a 2003 renovation of this 1958 complex (formerly the Tropicana Inn & Suites), the...
  • Farrah Fawcett Has Died at Age 62

     
    (Getty) Yes, it's over. Entertainment Tonight posted first, and AP has confirmed... Here's my obit for her, with the Ryan O'Neal statement, supplemented by the AP... Farrah Fawcett, a reigning symbol of American pop culture who never quite managed......
  • A Kinder, Simpler Time Dept.: Your Movies

     
    Youngsters at the premiere of "They Knew What They Wanted" laughed at Carole Lombard's love scenes. Evidently they did not know what they wanted. After nearly five years without releasing a picture, Charlie Chaplin is about to preview ???The Great...
  • Michael Jackson's burial cost $1 million, including $35,000 for burial outfit, $16,000 for flowers

     
    Michael Jackson’s funeral at Forest Lawn cemetery in Glendale cost more than $1 million, including $35,000 for the pop star’s burial garments, according to court documents unsealed today. Jackson was interred amid much media hype at the cemetery's...
  • Audrey Saunders on the Tar Pit: cocktail flights, housemade sodas, Sunday brunch (served all day because Saturday nights can be long)

     
    Now that New York bartender extraordinaire Audrey Saunders of Pegu Club has teamed with Mark Peel and Jay Perrin of Campanile to open the Tar Pit, what's in store? Cocktail flights, food-and-drink pairings, Sunday brunch, housemade sodas and more. And.......
  • A Kinder, Simpler Time Dept.: Your Movie Columnist

     
    Jan. 28, 1939: Hedda Hopper writes a few lines about “You Can’t Cheat an Honest Man.” She says the picture is right on schedule. Of Clark Gable and Carole Lombard, Hopper says: “No one can say Carole busted up Clark's marriage, which was over long...
  • Hedda Hopper, March 3, 1939

     
    March 3, 1939: On the jump, Carole Lombard in “Made for Each Other” and Hedda Hopper on who’s dating whom. Is that a new fellow for Marlene Dietrich? “There were monocles too, but not on the corn pone.”...
  • TV legacies: Peter Graves, Fess Parker, Robert Culp and writer David Mills

     
    How many classic songs were lost when George Gershwin died? How many scintillating comedies never happened after Carole Lombard was killed in a plane crash? We lose a lot of culture when gifted artists die young. And it happened again this week whe...
  • Jimmie Fidler in Hollywood, May 14, 1940

     
    Dr. Jones…. Tell us about this Nazi death ray. May 14, 1940: “Signs of the season: Clark Gable and Carole Lombard practicing fly casting on the front lawn,” Jimmie Fidler says....