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‘The Wizard of Oz’: Judy Garland’s Mother Allowed Her Daughter to Be Subjected to This Abuse on the Film’s Set 

 

Discovering what took place behind the scenes of our favorite films can either be fascinating or it can be heartbreaking.

In the case of international star Judy Garland, it is the latter.

Only 16 when she took on the role of Dorothy Gale in The Wizard of Oz, the actor was endured abuse throughout the making of the film, with her mother’s full knowledge and consent.

Garland’s mother, Ethel Gumm, according to the biography Get Happy: The Life of Judy Garland by Gerald Clarke, was a combative and harsh stage mother. She plied her daughter with pills as young as age 10 — stimulants to keep her up and then sleeping pills when she wasn’t needed on the set.

Gumm sanctioned the appalling diet the studio required of her daughter in order to make her look as young as possible: chicken soup, black coffee, 80 cigarettes, diet pills, and amphetamines. Garland was addicted to prescription pills for the rest of her life.

‘The Wizard of Oz’: Judy Garland’s Mother Allowed Her Daughter to Be Subjected to This Abuse on the Film’s Set

Tags: Celebrity, Children, Hate, History, Legend, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Success, Tragedy, Victims, Youth

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26-Dec-2020


Why Marilyn Monroe’s Former Husband Refused to Attend Her Funeral 

 

Arthur Miller and Marilyn Monroe were once regarded as Hollywood’s most unlikely couple. Miller, the serious playwright, and Monroe, the bombshell sex symbol, made quite the odd pair. But still, they were very much in love, and eventually got married to one another.

Although their marriage didn’t last, they still cared about each other deeply.
Because of this, the public was left scratching their heads when the playwright refused to attend Monroe’s funeral. Keep reading to find out why.

Why Marilyn Monroe’s Former Husband Refused to Attend Her Funeral

Tags: Celebrity, Death, Funeral, History, Hollywood, Legend, Marriage

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25-Dec-2020


Charley Pride, Country Music’s First Black Superstar, Dies of COVID-19 at 86 

 

Vocalist Charley Pride, the first modern Black superstar of country music, has died. He was 86.

Public relations firm 2911 Media confirmed that Pride died on Dec. 12 in Dallas, Texas from complications related to COVID-19.

Pride had just been seen by millions on live TV in November as he received a lifetime achievement award from the Country Music Association on its annual telecast. It was on that Nov. 11 telecast that he did his final performance, a duet of his classic “Kiss an Angel Good Mornin’,” with Jimmie Allen, a rising Black star in country who expressed his indebtedness to his predecessor. Pride followed that with a lengthy and heartfelt speech as the small audience of nominees and their guests stood in rapt attention.

All the performers on the CMA Awards telecast were said to have undergone repeated COVID-19 tests prior to appearing, and several dropped out as a result of testing positive. CMA representatives said at the time that none of the performers who tested positive had entered the footprint of the production area for the telecast.

Charley Pride, Country Music’s First Black Superstar, Dies of COVID-19 at 86

Tags: Celebrity, Coronavirus, Death, Legend, Music, Passing, RIP, Tribute

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12-Dec-2020


Dolly Parton Shades RuPaul AboutStaying Makeup ‘Ready’ & Fans ThinkShe ‘Ripped’ The Drag Queen To ‘Shreds’ 

 

“That’s the thing: There are similarities in what we do, but I take all that stuff off,” RuPaul said.

“Well, I don’t. I have to always stay ready—street ready, I always say. I have to keep my makeup on and keep my hair done. Like, when I’m in L.A.—I’ve told you about it—if it’s going to earthquake, if we get an earthquake, I’m not running out in the street looking like you look now,” Dolly responded.

Dolly Parton Shades RuPaul AboutStaying Makeup ‘Ready’ & Fans ThinkShe ‘Ripped’ The Drag Queen To ‘Shreds’

Tags: Celebrity, Cute, Dedication, Drag, Entertainment, Fans, Fashion, Legend, LGBTQ, Opinion, Portrait

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08-Dec-2020


David Prowse, towering actor who played Darth Vader in 'Star Wars,' dies at age 85 

 

David Prowse, the towering actor who terrified generations of movie-watchers as Darth Vader in the original "Star Wars" trilogy, has died at age 85.

He died after a short illness, his agent, Thomas Bowington, confirmed Sunday morning.

Prowse did not provide Vader's voice — that was James Earl Jones — but his muscular 6-foot-6 frame became the embodiment of one of the great movie villains.

Born in Bristol, England, in 1935, Prowse was a competitive weightlifter before he entered show business, winning the British heavyweight lifting championship three years in a row beginning in 1962. His bodybuilding prowess led him to become a personal trainer to various screen stars, including Christopher Reeve while he was preparing for "Superman."

David Prowse, towering actor who played Darth Vader in 'Star Wars,' dies at age 85

Tags: Celebrity, Daddy Squish, Entertainment, Film, Film Trivia, Legend, Passing, RIP, Tribute

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29-Nov-2020


Lenny Kravitz Says Luther Vandross Was Lonely and Tried to Hide His Sexual Orientation 

 

Luther Vandross seemed to have it all, but according to Lenny Kravitz, the late singer struggled behind the scenes. Kravitz says Vandross was a lonely man and he tried to hide his sexual orientation from the public. The singer wanted nothing more than to live his life, but he held on to this secret until his death.

During an interview on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Patti LaBelle spoke about Vandross’ hesitance to come out. She says he told her he didn’t want to upset his mother. He also didn’t want to disappoint his female fans.

Lenny Kravitz Says Luther Vandross Was Lonely and Tried to Hide His Sexual Orientation

Tags: Career, Celebrity, Entertainment, Environment, Fear, Gay, History, Legend, LGBTQ, Loneliness, Music, Portrait, Sacrifice, Sad, Shame

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24-Nov-2020


Sean Connery, James Bond star, dies at 90: 'One of the true greats of cinema' 

 

Sean Connery, most famous for his portrayal of James Bond, has died at the age of 90, his family said Saturday. The actor, who played 007 in seven movies starting with 1962's Dr. No, died in his sleep in the Bahamas. The actor had been "unwell for some time," his son Jason told the BBC.

Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, Connery had an acting career that spanned decades and included multiple award-winning performances. He won the Oscar for best supporting actor for his work in The Untouchables in 1988 and won three Golden Globes. He also starred opposite Harrison Ford in 1989's Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, in which he played Jones' father.

Sean Connery, James Bond star, dies at 90: 'One of the true greats of cinema'

The bizarre clause Sean Connery reportedly demanded in his contracts

Tags: Actor, Celebrity, Daddy Squish, Death, Entertainment, Feud, Film, Film Trivia, Gossip, History, Hollywood, Legend, Passing, Portrait, RIP

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31-Oct-2020


‘I Love Lucy’: Lucille Ball Said Her Mother Tied Her to a Dog Leash and Kept Her in the Backyard 

 

In her book, Love, Lucy, Ball said her childhood was “challenging.” However, the actor also says her experiences likely contributed to her success later in life.

“People with happy childhoods never overdo; they don’t strive or exert themselves,” wrote Ball. “They’re moderate, pleasant, well liked, and good citizens. Society needs them. But the tremendous drive and dedication necessary to succeed in any field—not only show business—often seems to be rooted in a disturbed childhood.”

Ball goes on to say that she wasn’t “unloved or unwanted,” but she did move a lot. She also says she endured “death and cruel circumstances,” which resulted in her being separated from loved ones.

“My young mother was five months pregnant when my father fell ill,” wrote Ball. “To keep me under control she tied me to a dog leash, which she then hitched to the clothesline in our backyard.

‘I Love Lucy’: Lucille Ball Said Her Mother

Tags: Bio, Book, Celebrity, Children, Environment, Family, History, Legend, Parenting, Struggles, Success, Women In Charge

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20-Oct-2020


Betty White Thought She Would Die Before Her ‘Golden Girls’ Castmates 

 

Fans of Betty White, former star of The Golden Girls, are often worried about her health. Whenever she trends on Twitter, most of her devoted followers become fearful something terrible has happened to the star. Now that White is close to 100 years old, some are dreading the day her death is announced.

Some might want to avoid the topic, but White has given her death some thought. She once said she thought she would die before her Golden Girls cast mates.

I think the toughest thing about loss, and the hardest challenge, is the isolation you feel in its aftermath. You spent so much time sharing your life with someone, talking through issues, even disagreeing about things, and all of a sudden there’s a hole.

Betty White Thought She Would Die Before Her ‘Golden Girls’ Castmates

Tags: Celebrity, Comedy, Death, Entertainment, History, Interview, Legend, Opinion, Portrait, Seniors, Survival, Sweet

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13-Oct-2020


Lizzie Borden-Owned House That She Lived in After the Axe Murders of Her Family on the Market Again 

 

A house once lived in by famed alleged murderer Lizzie Borden is up for sale.

Currently owned by Donald Woods and Leeann Wilber, the Fall River, Massachusetts, Queen Anne house that was recently sold in 2018 is now up for grabs for $890,000, according to the Herald News.

Borden lived there with her sister Lizzie from 1893 to 1927, after purchasing the house following her acquittal for the 1892 murders of her mother and stepmother, which were committed with an ax.

Lizzie Borden-Owned House

Tags: Celebrity, Haunted, History, Legend, Murder, Real Estate, Sale

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22-Sep-2020


Larry Kramer, playwright and AIDS activist, dies aged 84 

 

Larry Kramer has died aged 84.

The author and prominent LGBTQ+ rights activist died on Wednesday (27 May) morning in Manhattan, the New York Times has reported. His husband David Webster said pneumonia was the cause.

As well as receiving acclaim for his writing, including the autobiographical 1985 play The Normal Heart, Kramer spent much of his life campaigning for equality and awareness around the AIDS epidemic.

In 1982 he founded the Gay Men’s Health Crisis to assist people living with HIV, and in 1987 helped launch ACT UP, a group that used headline-grabbing tactics to bring attention to AIDS and demand faster research for treatment.

GAYTIMES

Tags: Career, Celebration, Celebrity, Disease, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Gay, Health, History, Influencer, Investment, Legend, LGBTQ, Men In Charge, Politics, Respect, RIP

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27-May-2020


They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and the internet is convinced this picture says ‘David Bowie fucked your dad’ 

 

That was the scene on the reddit board r/OldSchool, when a user uploaded the photo with a nonplussed caption: “My dad with David Bowie in a vacation in Greece. 1988.”

Pink News

Tags: Artist, Celebrity, Entertainment, Funny, History, Legend, LGBTQ, Men In Charge, Music, Perception, Photos, Social Media, Youth

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05-May-2020


Exclusive: Mel Blanc's son shares how Bugs Bunny saved his father's life during coma 

 

With nearly every bone broken in his body, they thought he was lost. But Bugs Bunny wasn't going to let that happen.

We're not talking an episode of Looney Tunes. This isn't fiction. This is the life of iconic voice actor Mel Blanc as told in the upcoming season of the podcast Twenty Thousand Hertz, and EW has an exclusive clip of Blanc's son Noel Blanc recounting his father's nearly fatal experience.

EW

Tags: Account, Animate, Celebration, History, Legend, Survival, Sweet, TV Animate, TV Trivia

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28-Apr-2020


 

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12-Apr-2020


The Enduring Legacy of Buffy the Vampire Slayer 

 

23 years ago today, the iconic supernatural drama series Buffy the Vampire Slayer premiered on the WB network. It was a scrappy little show based on the 1992 horror comedy film that didn’t make much of an impression critically or commercially. Who could have possibly known that this goofy teen show would go on to be one of the most influential and beloved series of the 90s and early 2000s?

When television is disposable, it relies on a reset at the end of every episode, so if you missed episodes here or there, you could simply jump back into the series without having missed anything important. It’s the basis for most procedural shows and sitcoms to this day: after all, you can watch an episode from season one or season 18 of Law & Order and still be able to follow along.

Buffy changed all of this with the invention of a season-long story arc. While its earlier seasons relied on a monster-of-the-week format, there would be an over-arching story thread, a Big Bad that would recur and wreak havoc throughout the season. These Big Bads (the Master, Angelus, Mayor Wilkins, etc.) were given a full season to develop into three-dimensional villains, which helped to raise the dramatic stakes (no pun intended) of the series.

The Mary Sue

Tags: Celebration, Entertainment, Genius of Art, History, Legend, Let's Remember, Respect, TV Trivia, Youth

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11-Mar-2020




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