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Vanity Fair – Letters From Hollywood Gives New Life to Vintage Scandal and Gossipin Article, News/by Mick Bird
Collaborators Rocky Lang and Barbara Hall—and contributor Eva Marie Saint—preview their new book, featuring missives about everything from James Bond (“New York did not care for [Sean] Connery”) to Marlene Dietrich and Ernest Hemingway’s unconsummated love.
NPR – In Golden Age Hollywood, Film Stars Slid Into Each Others’ Telegramsin Article, News/by Mick Bird
Ingrid Bergman was a so-so typist. Katharine Hepburn’s signature was indecipherable. Marlene Dietrich signed her letter to…
LA Times – ‘Letters From Hollywood’ opens mail from Humphrey Bogart, Joan Crawford and morein Article, News/by Mick Bird
“Dear Fly in the Ointment. Because I always open my wife’s mail, I read your insidious and immoral proposals to my wife…”
Hollywood Reporter – The Fascinating Gossip in Hollywood Legends’ Lettersin Article, News/by Mick Bird
A new book, ‘Letters From Hollywood,’ collects the judgments, gossip and predictions in telegrams and handwritten notes…
ABC News – ‘Letters from Hollywood’ is a movie nerd’s dreamin Article, News/by Mick Bird
Paul Newman passes on an offer to co-star with Barbra Streisand in “Funny Girl,” saying he can’t carry a tune or dance.
Forbes – ‘Letters From Hollywood’ Exposes The Core Of Classic Hollywoodin Article, News/by Mick Bird
Filmmaker and author Rocky Lang has spent his life in Hollywood. The son of veteran producer and MCA/Universal executive Jennings Lang…