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Vanity Fair – Letters From Hollywood Gives New Life to Vintage Scandal and Gossip

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’ Telegrams

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 more

“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’ Letters

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 dream

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 Hollywood

Filmmaker and author Rocky Lang has spent his life in Hollywood. The son of veteran producer and MCA/Universal executive Jennings Lang…