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Alt Film Guide (blog)Ginger Rogers' KITTY FOYLE, THE MAJOR AND THE MINOR on TCMAlt Film Guide (blog)... a Comment Among the Rogers classics on TCM's schedule are two of the actress' most important vehicles: Sam Wood's romantic melodrama Kitty Foyle (1940, ...DVR alert: 12 with dream queen Ginger RogersNew York Post (blog)Ginger Rogers' TENDER COMRADE, ONCE UPON A HONEYMOON TCM ScheduleAlt Film Guide (blog)all 3 news articles »
On Tonight: IM Pei, MLK, 'Real World' EndHartford Courant (blog)The month-long salute to Ginger Rogers on Turner Classic Movies concludes with "Kitty Foyle" (8 pm), "Tom, Dick and Harry" (10 pm), "The Major and the ...
TV best bets: Wed., March 31NorthJersey.comKITTY FOYLE — What? No Fred? Ginger Rogers stars as title character Kitty Foyle, a working-class gal from Philadelphia who falls in love with a rich young ...
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Andata in onda su raiuno alle 2:00 circa di lunedì 29 marzo 2010. Puntata del 3° anno di questa interessante trasmissione dedicata alle poesia ed alle liriche d'amore, condotta da Gabriele La Porta.
This video is dedicated to Ginger Rogers. She is one of my favorite actresses & my favorite movies of hers are: "Stage Door", "The Major & The Minor", "I'll Be Seeing You", "Kitty Foyle", "The Bachelor Mother", "Tender Comrade" & "Having Wonderful Time." Ginger was a very talented actress & dancer & she won an Academy Award for the movie "Kitty Foyle" which is one of my favs. if you haven't seen it yet I highly recommend it. Here is a mini biography of her life: Ginger Rogers was born Virginia Katherine mcmath in Independence, Missouri on July 16, 1911. Her mother, known as Lelee, went to Independence to have Ginger away from her husband. She had a baby earlier in their marriage and he allowed the doctor to use forceps and the baby died. She was kidnapped by her father several times until her mother took him to court. Ginger's mother left her child in the care of her parents while she went in search of a job as a scriptwriter in Hollywood and later to New York City. Mrs. mcmath found herself with an income good enough to where she could send for Ginger. Lelee became a Marine in 1918 and was in the publicity department and Ginger went back to her grandparents in Missiouri. During this time her mother met John Rogers. After leaving the Marines they married in May, 1920 in Liberty, Missouri. He was transferred to Dallas and Ginger (who treated him as a father) went too. Ginger won a Charleston contest in 1925 (age 14) and a 4 week contract on the Interstate circuit. She also ...
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Marx Brothers are vintage comedy at its finestWaterloo Record•Kitty Foyle (8 pm TCM) Ginger Rogers took off her dancing shoes and won an Oscar for her performance in this 1940 drama that casts her as a department ...and more »
...were replaced and it would have been a shame if she did not. Already a triple-threat in singing, dancing and acting, in Kitty Foyle, Ginger proves she is also an actors triple threat. She is charming, poignant, and stunning when portraying Kittys trials tribulations...
A tribute to actress Ginger Rogers (1911 - 1995). A true actress born and bred in the theatre she would soon become one of Hollywood's most beloved actresses. Winning a Charlestion contest in the late 1920s, she came to Hollywood in the early 1930s and began her career. By 1933, she was a bonafied star and she'll be eternally remembered for her work with Fred Astarie. Wanting to prove herself as a dramatic actress, she stopped making musicals and comedies for a while and began doing more serious roles. In 1940, she won the Oscar for Best Actress for her work in "Kitty Foyle". Pictures courtesy of Flickr Music by Rod Stewart
Academy Awards: Best Actress in a Leading Role 1927/1928-2009 1927-1928: Janet Gaynor as Diane in Seventh Heaven/as Angela in Street Angel/as The Wife-Indre in Sunrise 1928-1929: Mary Pickford as Norma Besant in Coquette 1929-1930: Norma Shearer as Jerry Bernard Martin in The Divorcee 1931: Marie Dressler as Min Divot, Inkeeper in Min & Bill 1932: Helen Hayes as Madelon Claudet in The Sin of Madelon Claudet 1934: Claudette Colbert as Ellie Andrews in It Happened One Night 1935: Bette Davis as Joyce Heath in Dangerous 1936: Luise Rainer as Anna Held in The Great Ziegfeld 1937: Luise Rainer as O-Lan in The Good Earth 1938: Bette Davis as Julie in Jezebel 1939: Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O'Hara in Gone with the Wind 1940: Ginger Rogers as Kitty Foyle in Kitty Foyle 1941: Joan Fontaine as Lina mclaidlaw Aysgarth in Suspicion 1942: Greer Garson as Mrs. Kay Miniver in Mrs. Miniver 1943: Jennifer Jones as Bernadette Soubirous in The Song of Bernadette 1944: Ingrid Bergman as Paula Alquist Anton in Gaslight 1945: Joan Crawford as Mildred Pierce in Mildred Pierce 1946: Olivia de Havilland as Jody Norris in To Each His Own 1947: Loretta Young as Katrin Holstrom in The Farmers Daughter 1948: Jane Wyman as Belinda mcdonald in Johnny Belinda 1949: Olivia de Havilland as Catherine Sloper in The Heiress 1950: Judy Holliday as Billie Dawn in Born Yesterday 1951: Vivien Leigh as Blanche dubois in A Streetcar Named Desire 1952: Shirley Booth as Lola Delaney in Come Back, Little Sheba 1953 ...
Vanity FairSorority on E. 63rd St.Vanity FairThe Katharine Gibbs Secretarial School also stashed its protégées inside, shoulder-padded young women straight from the pages of Kitty Foyle. ...
The Wearing of the GreenHistory News NetworkThe major Irish American films of the 1930s and 1940s—Angels with Dirty Faces (1938), Kitty Foyle (1940), Gentleman Jim (1942), Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942) ...
Hiya Friends, 1st of all a big thanks for checking out my vids, i hope you like this one! The 1st song is just amazing and the 2nd is so beautiful, i heard it so many times and it never gets bored! def. one of my favs of this year! Im a big fan of DNS Project and their (re)mixes. The visuals are a bit mysterious, magic and fantasy combined with some Celtic mythology. Not my kinda animation but its very sweet and i like the storyline and the kitty hehe. Movie: The secret of the Kells Songs used: The Lonely One (Dave Cold Remix) - Van Dressler Mindful (DNS Project Whiteglow Vocal Mix) - DNS Project feat. Johanna Tearing Me Apart (DNS Project Remix) - George Acosta feat. Fisher For the ones who are going let me know! I know a few of you who are going! PARTYING!!!!!! DANCING!!!!!! & TRANCING! New mix: Vocal Sweetness 7 April 2010 www.mediafire.com Take Me Away (Extended Mix) - Sunrush The Lonely One (DJ Darg Remix) - Van Dressler (03.57) Mindful (DNS Project Whiteglow Vocal Mix) - DNS Project feat. Johanna (10.56) Tearing Me Apart (DNS Project Remix) - George Acosta feat. Fisher (17.53) Alone (Ashley Wallbridge Remix) - Michael Angelo & Solo feat. Denise Rivera (25.13) Capture (Mike Coglin Remix) - Marlo feat. em (32.21) Safe (Wherever you are) (Rank 1 Remix) - Velvetine feat. Aruna (40.17) Right Back (Original Mix) - Yuri Kane (47.20) Sun In The Winter (Estiva Remix) - Max Graham feat. Neev Kennedy (52.52) In Your Heart - Santerna feat. Reut Yehudai (1.00.33) Am I Wrong ...
A tribute for Joan Fontaine (born 1917). Born Joan de Beauvoir de Havilland on October 22, 1917 in Tokyo, Japan, in what was known as the International Settlement. Her father was a British patent attorney with a lucrative practice in Japan, but due to Joan and older sister Olivia de Havilland's recurring ailments the family moved to California in the hopes of improving their health. Mrs. de Havilland and the two girls settled in Saratoga while their father went back to his practice in Japan. Joan's parents did not get along well and divorced soon afterward. In 1940 she garnered her first Academy Award nomination for Rebecca (1940). Although she thought she should have won, (she lost out to Ginger Rogers in Kitty Foyle: The Natural History of a Woman (1940), she was now an established member of the Hollywood set. She would again be Oscar-nominated for her role as Lina mclaidlaw Aysgarth in Suspicion (1941), and this time she won. Joan was making one film a year but choosing her roles well. She currently enjoys a peaceful retirement in Carmel, CA and she is so devoted to her fans. For example, last Christmas I sent her a greeting card and she sent me one back wishing me a nice holiday and thanking me for the card I sent her. Such class after all these years. Photos courtesy of: Google Images Flickr, a Yahoo! Company Dr. Macros High Quality Movie Scans Yahoo! Images Song: "For Sentimental Reasons" by Rod Stewart
Pankaj, Akshobhya and Ankush.... Good job... Good memories... Kids: they dance before they learn there is anything that isn't music. ~William Stafford How can we know the dancer from the dance? ~William Butler Yeats There is a bit of insanity in dancing that does everybody a great deal of good. ~Edwin Denby Please send me your last pair of shoes, worn out with dancing as you mentioned in your letter, so that I might have something to press against my heart. ~Johann Wolfgang von Goethe I would believe only in a God that knows how to dance. ~Friedrich Nietzsche Never trust spiritual leader who cannot dance. ~Mr. Miyagi, The Next Karate Kid, 1994 We're fools whether we dance or not, so we might as well dance. ~Japanese Proverb On with the dance! let joy be unconfined; No sleep till morn, when Youth and Pleasure meet To chase the glowing hours with flying feet. ~George Gordon, Lord Byron, Childe Harold's Pilgrimage Nobody cares if you can't dance well. Just get up and dance. ~Dave Barry Dancing is like dreaming with your feet! ~Constanze The truest expression of a people is in its dance and in its music. Bodies never lie. ~Agnes de Mille Dancing faces you towards Heaven, whichever direction you turn. ~Sweetpea Tyler Dancers are the messengers of the gods. ~Martha Graham Dancing is wonderful training for girls, it's the first way you learn to guess what a man is going to do before he does it. ~Christopher Morley, Kitty Foyle You can dance anywhere, even if only in your heart ...
Ginger Rogers [born Virginia Katherine mcmath] (16th July 1911 - 25th April 1995) was an American film and stage actress, dancer and singer. During her long career, she made a total of 73 films, and is noted for her role as Fred Astaire's romantic interest and dancing partner in a series of ten Hollywood musical films that revolutionized the genre. She also achieved success in a variety of film roles, and won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance in Kitty Foyle (1940). PUBLIC DOMAIN News item.
Ginger Rogers, Clark Gable, Margaret Lindsay & Spencer Charters in the Gulf Screen Guild Theatre's Radio production of "Imperfect Lady". October 1st 1939. Gable & Rogers answer questions for the Quiz: The Question Box.
Picture montage featuring my favorite actress, Ginger Rogers. Please rate and comment! These images do not belong to me, I do not claim them.
Groundlings Level Three - Writing Lab. It's a normal day at the office for Walter "The Walnut" Baynes and Kitty Foyle, until they make a discovery...
Ginger ventures into Claire Trevor/Marie Windsor territory as a gangster's moll turning states evidence against the Mob. Here she squares off with the cop assigned protect her, Brian Keith.
KITTY FOYLE — What? No Fred? Ginger Rogers stars as title character Kitty Foyle, a working-class gal from Philadelphia who falls in love with a rich young man (Dennis Morgan). (6 p.m., TCM)
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A fantastic song from Nov. 1929 written by Jack Yellen and Milton Ager. This was first used in the 1930 MGM film Chasing Rainbows and recorded by Leo Reisman with vocals by Lou Levin. It was also used in fdr's presidential campaign in 1932. Here are some more films it has been used in since then. # The Divorcee (1930) # The Lady of Scandal (1930) # Rain or Shine (1930) # Paid (1930) # Blonde Crazy (1931) # City Streets (1931) # Politics (1931) # George White's Flying High (1931) # The Christmas Party (1931) # A Great Big Bunch of You (1932) # The Musical Doctor (1932) # Panama Flo (1932) # Night Court (1932) # When a Fellow Needs a Friend (1932) # What Price Hollywood? (1932) # Three on a Match (1932) # Prosperity (1932) # 20000 Years in Sing Sing (1932) # Grand Slam (1933) # Inflation (1933) # Going Hollywood (1933) # The Show-Off (1934) # Twentieth Century (1934) # Here Comes the Band (1935) # Thanks a Million (1935) # Petticoat Fever (1936) # Ali Baba Goes to Town (1937) # Broadway Melody of 1938 (1937) # The Candid Camera Story (Very Candid) of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures 1937 Convention (1937) # Git Along Little Dogies (1937) # Hit Parade of 1937 (1937) # Married Before Breakfast (1937) # Captain's Pup, The (1938) # Hold That Co-ed (1938) # The Wrong Way Out (1938) # The Ice Follies of 1939 (1939) # Another Thin Man (1939) # Kitty Foyle: The Natural History of a Woman (1940) # Unexpected Uncle (1941) # The Feminine Touch (1941) # Mokey (1942) # Maisie Gets Her ...
My FAN!! Short snowstorm tribute xx Based on the Ginger Rogers character Kitty Foyle XX No copyright or infringement intended
Christopher Morley was a journalist and essayist who is probably mainly known for his passion for Sherlock Holmes, but it was a long and fruitful career, he wrote the novel Kitty Foyle, the film version of which gave Ginger Rogers an Academy Award). In
The Sheila Variations
HOUR 02.Armand van Helden -WITCH DOCTOR- THE DARK AGES mix 03.CASHMERE PERCOLATOR 04.new order - blue Monday 05.MISS KITTEN -REQUIEM FOR A DREAM DVD 01.Chris Turner Feat Claire Willis - Captured Fall (Reorder Remix) 02.Schodt feat. Aqua Diva - First Breath (Dankan Vocal Mix) 03.Dennis De Laat - Every Breath 04.Riva - For How Long (Wippenberg Remix) 05.Mike Foyle pres. Bolt - Buff Monkey ... Ludvig Holm Niklas Gustavsson Ripple [Original Mix) Visual Mix My Digital Enemy Carl Hanaghan Atlas ...
...the age of 83. Best known for the 10 films she made with dance partner Fred Astaire, Rogers also appeared in a wide variety of comic and dramatic roles and won an Oscar for Best Actress in the 1940 drama "Kitty Foyle." (c) 2009 King Features Synd., Inc. ...
The Lincoln Tribune
remarried and moved to Fort Worth, Texas, where Ginger graduated from high school. Appearing in school theatrical productions, Ginger discovered her love of acting. After graduating from high school, she moved to New York, and got a job in the Broadway production of "Top Speed" (1929). Her work there got her an invitation for a screen test, and she was quickly hired. Her first film "A Night in a Dormitory" (1929) was a bit part, but it was her start in Hollywood. She made two quick films "A Day ...
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Part 1 of the latest additions to our DVD Collection! Along with a few tidbits about Howard the Duck, my mom's aversion to horror movies, and the impending death of fullscreen. DVDs discussed in this edition: Kitty Foyle Cagney and Lacey - The True Beginning Death At a Funeral Scream Trilogy
...their association with the Communist Party or to inform on others. As the author of screenplays for such crowd-pleasers as Kitty Foyle and 30 Seconds Over Tokyo, Trumbo had the best contract in the business. Not only was his pay the highest, but he was also...
...her movie musicals with Fred Astaire, from childhood through her triumph of claiming the Oscar for Best Actress in 1941 for "Kitty Foyle."The principal source of dramatic tension is the conflict between Ginger and her mother (Licia Watson), who butt...
...50 books. His novels, generally in a light vein, include Parnassus on Wheels (1917), The Haunted Bookshop (1919), Thunder on the Left (1925), and Kitty Foyle (1939; filmed 1940). He also revised and enlarged Bartlett's Familiar Quotations (1937, 1948)....
Glory 1934 Claudette Colbert- It Happened One Might 1935 Bette Davis- Dangerous 1936 Luise Rainer- The Great Ziegfeld 1937 Luise Rainer- The Good Earth 1938 Bette Davis- Jezebel 1939 Vivien Leigh- Gone With The Wind 1940 Ginger Rogers- Kitty Foyle 1941 Joan Fontaine- Suspicion 1942 Greer Garson- Mrs. Miniver 1943 Jennifer Jones- The Song Of Bernadette 1944 Ingrid Berman- Gaslight 1945 Joan Crawford- Mildred Pierce 1946 Olivia De Havilland- To Each His Own 1947 Loretta Young- The Farmer's ...
...Mirage, made her most popular movies with Fred Astaire in the 1930s. But she didn't receive an Academy nod until 1940's “Kitty Foyle,” for which she won the Best Actress Oscar. Screen icon Elizabeth Taylor, who was leasing a home in Palm Springs when her husband,...
MyDesert.com | The Desert Sun
...TCM intros, Osborne tries to put into context why certain people won. He notes that Ginger Rogers was named best actress for "Kitty Foyle" — over Katharine Hepburn in "The Philadelphia Story" — because Rogers had a second movie in 1940, "Primrose Path." Gloria...
The San Jose Mercury News
Ginger Rogers won Best Actress for Kitty Foyle (1940) ... academy awards best actress oscar ginger rogers
A video including some beautiful kisses cinema. And it is only the first... ;-) Ecco la lista dei film da cui ho tratto questi baci: Here is a list of films which I have drawn these kisses: 1)Il favoloso mondo di Amélie (Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain, 2001, Jean-Pierre Jeunet) 2)Blade Runner (1982, Ridley Scott) 3)Il Signore degli anelli il ritorno del re (The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, 2003, Peter Jackson) 4)Notorius, l'amante perduta (1946, Alfred Hitchcock) 5)Me Without You (2001, Sandra Goldbacher) 6)Pretty woman (1990, Garry Marshall) 7)Le regole della casa del sidro (The Cider House Rules, 1999, Lasse Hallström) 8)Un uomo tranquillo (The Quiet Man, 1952, John Ford) 9)Da qui alleternità (From Here to Eternity, 1953, Fred Zinnemann) 10)Ritorno a Cold Mountain (Cold Mountain, 2003, Anthony Minghella) 11)Kitty Foyle, ragazza inamorata (Kitty Foyle, The Natural History Of A Woman, 1940, Sam Wood) 12)Jude (1996, Michael Winterbottom) 13)A piedi nudi nel parco (Barefoot in the Park, 1967, Gene Saks) 14)Me Without You (2001, Sandra Goldbacher) 15)Becoming Jane (2007, Julian Jarrold) 16)Mamma mia! (2008, Phyllida Lloyd) 17)Sweet November (2000, Nelson Moss) 18)Vacanze Romane (Roman Holiday, 1953, William Wyler) 19)Orgoglio e pregiudizio (Pride and Prejudice, 1940, Robert Z. Leonard) 20)L'amore non va in Vacanza (The Holiday, 2006, Nancy Meyers) 21)William Shakespear's Romeo + Juliet (1996, Baz Luhrmann) 22)Ritorno a Cold Mountain (Cold Mountain, 2003 ...
Montage of Ginger Rogers pictures from Time Life magazine. Please rate and comment! These images do not belong to me. I do not claim them. ... ginger rogers isnt she lovely stevie wonder time life magazine beautiful montage fred astaire bette davis ann miller kitty foyle dance tribute
...- until the adventure's sequel, David." Fontaine was nominated for best actress for "Rebecca" but lost to Ginger Rogers ("Kitty Foyle"). She won the next year, however, for a film ("Suspicion") by the same director as "Rebecca." Despite five nominations,...
Los Angeles Times
...Trumbo, who died in 1976 at age 70, was one of the most successful Hollywood screenwriters, with credits that included "Kitty Foyle" and "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo." With the blacklist, he became the most famous member of what came to be called the Hollywood...
...one man who dared to do the right thing. Dalton Trumbo was one of Hollywood's top screenwriters, with an Oscar nomination for "Kitty Foyle" (1940) to his credit, when he was called before HUAC. Not only did he not give the anti-Communist witch hunters what...
San Francisco Chronicle
Tribute Montage of the famous actress/dancer "Ginger Rogers" Hope You Enjoy It. Music, Videos, and Photos are Not Owned By Me ... Ginger Rogers i'll be seeing you kitty foyle major and the minor fred astaire dancer hollywood dancing charleston dance roxie hart chicago shirley temple joseph cotten new york broadway singing song
Travis to record it as a guitar instrumental. Many other guitarists including Chet Atkins and Marcel Dadi followed in Merle's footsteps and the piece has now become a standard guitar showpiece. The song was on the soundtrack for the 1940 film Kitty Foyle, which won Ginger Rogers her only Academy Award Oscar for Best Actress in a Leading Role. It was recorded by Mario Lanza on his Coca-Cola Show of 1951-52 and is available on a CD compilation mastered from those same shows and featuring the same ...
The dandyish, floridly mustachioed Dalton Trumbo was Hollywood's highest-paid screenwriter ("Kitty Foyle," "A Guy Named Joe,"
"Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo") until he was subpoenaed by the House Un-American Activities Committee in 1947. Subsequently
Christian Science Monitor
Joan Allen is one of the voices in the film.
Dalton Trumbo was Hollywood's highest-paid screenwriter throughout most of the 1940s, the man who wrote such hit films as "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo" and "Kitty Foyle." But in 1947, he refused to testify
New York Daily News
Dalton Trumbo was one of Hollywood's highest paid screenwriters in the 1940s, penning films such as "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo" and "Kitty Foyle" (for which he received an Academy Award nomination). In 1947 he was called before the notorious House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) and, after defiantly refusing to discuss his political affiliations, was thrown into prison as one of the infamous "Hollywood Ten." Upon his release in 1950, he moved with his family to Mexico, where he continued ...
...of her more notable roles was that of a society matron who marries the former husband of Ginger Rogers in the 1940 film “Kitty Foyle.” In the movie she visits an upscale department store and is waited on by her working-class counterpart, unaware of what the...
The New York Times
...movies. One of her more notable roles was a rich society matron who marries Ginger Rogers' ex-husband in the 1940 film, "Kitty Foyle." She visits an upscale department store with her young son and is waited on by the working-class Rogers, not knowing the two...
...movies. 1 of her more notable roles was a rich society matron who marries Ginger Rogers' ex-husband in the 1940 film, "Kitty Foyle." Phillips also taught film and screenwriting courses at Keene State College. She retired in 2006. Copyright 2008 The Associated...