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Norma Shearer And Louella Parsons - A Sunkist Radio Interview album mp3

  • Performer: Norma Shearer
  • Genre: Audio files
  • Title: A Sunkist Radio Interview
  • Released: 1931
  • Style: Interview
  • MP3 version size: 1146 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1353 mb
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Description

Catalog N. NONE Track: 1 of 1 Label: Flexo Release Date: 1931 Recording Date: March 25, 1931 Other: Hollywood Film Enterprises Inc. All audio on my channel is ripped directly from vinyl & shellac records in my personal collection, and restored by me unless stated otherwise. Thanks to Jeremy Passarelli for restoring the audio.

A Sunkist Radio Interview. Companies, etc. Record Company – Hollywood Film Enterprises Inc. Notes. From The Sunkist Musical Cocktail Columbia Broadcasting System March 25 1931. Disc is actually pink; however, it appears to be a faded beige color in the scans I uploaded.

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Norma Shearer Interview - Louella Parsons (Sunkist Radio, 1931). Catalog N. NONE Track: 1 of 1 Label: Flexo Release Date: 1931 Recording. 00. Hollywood Gossip: Hedda and Louella. from the Wichita Films Production: "Hollywood Gossip" a film by Clara and Julia Kuperberg. The Louella Parsons Show - Joan Crawford (November 9, 1947).

She figured they would be glad to have something to do, and that from these meetings she could put together a column about their personal lives. And they never mentioned a word about Norma Shearer’s affair with Mickey Rooney. Mayer put a stop to that-and then forced her to take the ‘nice’ part of Mrs. Stephen Haines in The Women.

Louella Parsons (August 6, 1881 – December 9, 1972) was the first American movie columnist. She was retained by William Randolph Hearst, possibly because she had praised Hearst's mistress Marion Davies, and her columns were read by 20 million people in 400 newspapers worldwide. Parsons possessed an uncanny gift for sensing scandal, and her dramatic scoops could make or break an actor's career. She remained the unchallenged Queen of Hollywood until the arrival of Hedda Hopper, who displayed similar talents, and with whom she feuded viciously for years.

Shearer often played spunky, sexually liberated ingenues. She appeared in adaptations of Noël Coward, Eugene O'Neill, and William Shakespeare, and was the first person to be nominated five times for an Academy Award for acting, winning Best Actress for her performance in the 1930 film The Divorcee.

Posts About Norma Shearer. Her early films cast her as a spunky ingenue, but in the

Norma Shearer & Louella Parsons. Shakespeare in Hollywood. Silent Comedy Silent Film Hollywood Actor Old Hollywood Celebs Celebrities Historical Pictures Comedians Actors & Actresses. CLASSIC silent comedy. Louella Parsons and Rita Hayworth in an ABC Radio Show. Rock and Elizabeth Taylor.

Tracklist

A A Sunkist Radio Interview

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Hollywood Film Enterprises Inc.

Notes

From The Sunkist Musical Cocktail
Columbia Broadcasting System
March 25 1931

Comments

Haal Haal
Disc is actually pink; however, it appears to be a faded beige color in the scans I uploaded.