#CHRISTOPHERLEESATURDAY! Here are some highlights from a show that appeared on BBC TV back in the 80's and 90's. Various celebs were invited to play a few rounds of Gold in a Celebrity Tournament . . .Lee was matched with his 'Horror Express' co-star Telly Savalas. ' Tee Splitting Shots and Swipes' were par for the day . . . and Telly was quite the player!
HOUSE-KEEPING I just want to make you aware of a SUPERB facebook group, that's sitting there waiting for you to knock it's door and join them. The Robert Stephens Appreciation Society is curated by Joanna. She produces quite superb visuals to accompany her enormously informative and entertaining posts. Having my account set to when she makes posts, I sitting here daily, chin on carpet, at the rare archive material she shares.
STEPHEN'S was a one off, an actor like no other really, with a fascinating off screen life to match. I think Christopher Lee must have felt blessed the day, he received the call from Billy Wilder, to join him and Stephens in making 'The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes'. Lee was VERY proud of his work in the film, and I believe one of the reasons, was Stephens ability to share on screen with him.... HERE is the link: Go visit this group, you wont be disappointed... and JOIN HERE!
YESTERDAY WE POSTED our TRIBUTE to actress and Dancer, PRUDENCE HYMAN in our CUSHING FEMME FATALES FRIDAYS! feature. The feature is broken down into three sections her ballet career, her film work and the later years appearing at gala's and comedy revues. There is rare footage of Prudence dancing in what was called The Dance Club in 1931, which laid the ground work for Ballet Rambert in the UK.
RARE FOOTAGE from her appearance in BLUE SCAR, plus Pathe footage... all pretty cool stuff, that celebrates Prudence's life and reminds us, of what a genuinely super talented lady! You can see catch up and see it : BY CLICKING HERE!
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