The humble beginnings of the multibillion-dollar Walt Disney Company can be traced back to this charming series of short films.
If you are a member of Generation X, you probably remember Phoebe Cates as one of the 80s teen queens. In this hub, we'll catch up with Phoebe Cates and see what she's been doing since her heyday in the 1980s.
Sex and the City was king of TV from 1998 to 2004. Carrie Bradshaw & Samantha Jones were best buddies on the show, but in real life, apparently not so much...
Highlights the top ten films of #21 on AFI’s top 50 screen legends, the ageless Sophia Loren. This list focuses on her English-language career.
The story of the nanny who was 'practically perfect in every way' has stolen many a heart from the popular books to the worldwide hit film and musical. Less is known about the fascinating life of the author who created her, PL Travers. The woman who created Mary Poppins.
Dorothy Stratten was the daughter of immigrants, who was on the verge of achieving a Hollywood fantasy. Unfortunately the man who helped her get there was not willing to let her go.
Amanda Randolph was the first African American woman to star in both her own TV show and host a variety show. While most of us know Hattie McDaniel, Lena Horne, and Dorothy Dandrige, not too many of us are familiar with Amanda Randolph.
Highlights the top ten films of #18 on AFI’s top 50 screen legends, the world's greatest child star, Shirley Temple.
The top ten films in the career of #3 on AFI's top 50 screen legends: the iconic gamine Audrey Hepburn.
Lillian Randolph was an African American actress and blues singer who appeared in hundreds of performing arts projects, from radio shows to motion pictures and TV. She was prominent in classic film and classic television roles, yet her contributions aren't as widely known as they should be.
This article summarizes the life of actress Hedy Lamarr. Based on Lamarr's autobiography entitled "Ecstasy and Me: My Life as a Woman," the story emphasizes the movies she starred in and her many sexual encounters and marriages.
Mental health issues, such as bipolar disorder, can strike anyone--even the famous-- at some point in their life. Margot Kidder, Marilyn Monroe, Carrie Fisher, Vivien Leigh, and other actresses are no exception. Here are their stories.
Gail Russell, a dazzling beauty who starred in Angel and the Badman and The Uninvited, destroyed her life and career with alcohol.
It has been noticed that Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, wears shoes that are too big. She has reasons for doing so.