Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'After Hours Lounge (Off Topic)' started by Vlad D, Jan 7, 2008.
She made quite an impression me in my youth:
She made quite an impression on many of us during our youth. I vividly remember those commercials.
Well, with all this support for Joey Heatherton . . . .
I'm very pleased she's so well remembered. I only wish I had seen and heard some of her dancing and singing.
I only recently learned of Ms. Heatherton...but am eager to catch up.
I recommend that you start with Twilight Of Honor but I have to warn you the Warner Archive DVD is too dark. I adjust the brightness on my projector when I'm going to watch this disc. My Blood Runs Cold is also worth watching and gives an indication of the acting range of Joey Heatherton
Thanks for the recommendations. I know that she features in an episode of Mr. Novak, so I'll be checking that one out later, for sure.
I have the limited "Joey Heatherton Album" CD released by Hip-O Select about 15 years ago. Nice album. The re-issue cover isn't "Safe for Work", but you can look it up if your interested.
I was interested. Thanks for the link!
THAT'S a bold cover choice for a mass-market (albeit niche) CD.
Good pictures of Joan Blondell! Many thanks.
Ursula Andress made her name in the first James Bond film. Bunny Yeager was commissioned to take publicity photos of her, and I believe they remain the most popular of all the stills ever taken of Ursula Andress.
I never much liked Jill Ireland whom I always found a non-event on screen despite having an interesting face with deep set eyes.
She started quite young with small roles in minor films. She did however adorn a lot a newspapers and magazines with her very photogenic face.
Weird looking lady !
Might be the pose in the above picture. Mr. Spock (see the episode, "This Side of Paradise"), and her real-life hubby, Charles Bronson, would beg to differ.
Some men have a thing for blondes and all their romantic relationships are with fair haired women. Cornell Wilde seems to have been one. His long lasting marriage to Jean Wallace (who'll make her debut in this thread very soon) was preceded by a 14 year marriage to Patricia Knight.
Patricia Knight had a small career very much influenced by Wilde and when they divorced, her career petered out quickly. A pity as her face was strong and interesting.
The new Blu-ray disc of 633 Squadron provides a chance to see Maria Perschy in her prime.
Although Austrian and working mainly in Germany, she made a few English language movies, notably Man's Favorite Sport? It's high time I watched The Password Is Courage again!
I first saw Carol Lynley in Woman Of Summer (aka The Stripper) a film I'd love to see again. At the beginning of her movie career she was presented as a glamour girl . . .
. . . and had no difficulty filling the bill. Apart from appearing once in Playboy, she quickly abandoned that kind of promotion. Perhaps she made a mistake . . . .
Nice picture . . . and welcome aboard!