10 Hollywood rescues to die for
I was sent the following article from the Fire Science Schools that is posted on their blog:
“They’ll have you on the edge of your seat, biting your nails and cheering them on — that’s the power of Hollywood rescues. Rescue scenes elicit these types of feelings, as movie viewers idolize heroes and dream of being rescued by firefighters, police officers and the average Joe. Believable or not, Hollywood rescue scenes are iconic in pop culture and paint the picture of heroes we see worth imitating. In no particular order, here are 10 Hollywood rescues to die for:”
Take a moment and check out their blog and continue reading their top ten Hollywood rescues by clicking on the link below:
The Thriller of the Hunt
MJ’s landmark album”Thriller” ~ 25th Anniversary promotional photo
By Lisa Burks
Before Michael Jackson’s death, grave hunting was a (pardon the pun) niche interest.
Today it’s become a national obsession as the mainstream media Keystone Cop their way around our stomping grounds, trying to do what seasoned Hollywood area grave hunters have been accomplishing for years: find out where a body is buried.
Now I can appreciate what Meryl Streep must feel like whenever a flavor-of-the-month model tries to act. Just kidding. Kindasorta. 😉
The Circus of death
Line of fans and mourners waiting to view
the body of actor Rudolph Valentino in 1926
Fellow blogger and Rudolph Valentino expert, Donna Hill, has posted an interesting comparison between the lives and the deaths of silent film idol Rudolph Valentino and the recently deceased “King of Pop” Michael Jackson. Check out her blog, Strictly Vintage Hollywood.
“The recent and very sudden death of the pop icon Michael Jackson gave me pause to reflect on interesting parallels between two events 80 years apart: the uncanny similarity to the “Circus of Death” that accompanied the untimely passing of silent screen idol Rudolph Valentino.”
Jean Harlow Reincarnated?
It’s been 72 years since screen siren, Jean Harlow died prematurely at the age of 26. Recently Lisa Burks, writer and Franchot Tone biographer, interviewed Valerie Franich, a woman who is believed by some to be the reincarnation of the Blonde Bombshell.
“I don’t go around saying ‘I’m the reincarnation of Jean Harlow’ because I think that would be disrespectful,” explained Valerie from her home in the Seattle area. “But because of my personal experiences, I’m open to the high possibility that it’s true. What I do say is ‘someone prove it to me,'” she added.
Check out Lisa’s very interesting story and decide for yourself.