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Celeste Holm

Celeste Holm shot to fame as the flirtatious Ado Annie in the original 1943 Broadway production of Oklahoma! Her transition to film netted her an Academy Award...

Music: Return of the Celluloid Temptress

Sexy and insinuating, Kim Carnes rasps out a winner It sounds like the theme for some late-show fantasy starring yourself, the title song for a bit of vintage...

People: May 13, 1985

Mommie Dearest, roll over. As My Mother's Keeper hit U.S. bookstores last week, Bette Davis, 77, became the latest Hollywood star to have her domestic skirts...

Show Business: Just a Dame from New England

Bette Davis celebrates 50 years in films Her guest has spilled some coffee on the table, and quicker than you can say Oops! the little woman in trousers and a...

Books: Mother Goddam

THE LONELY LIFE (315 pp.)—Bette Davis—Pufnam ($5.75). MARLENE DIETRICH'S ABC (189 pp.)—Marlene Dietrich—Doubleday ($3.95). When Bette Davis first arrived in...

Cinema: Current & Choice, Oct. 18, 1943

Thank Your Lucky Stars (Eddie Cantor, Bette Davis, Dinah Shore, Ann Sheridan, Errol Flynn, Ida Lupino, John Garfield, Olivia de Havilland, Edward Everett...

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