There is no source in the above-mentioned though a lot of sentences were being written. Colbert play a Welsh character? Are not they your ideas at all? We would think so. As the star of three bona fide comedy classics, It Happened One Night , Midnight and The Palm Beach Story , Claudette Colbert is at least as well-known as contemporaries like Jean Arthur, Carole Lombard and Irene Dunne, but she was primarily a star for Paramount Studios, which means that many of her films are out of circulation on television. How Gays and Lesbians Shaped Hollywood , Mann writes that Novarro was Haines' polar opposite: First, you removed her book from the bibliography and any use of her work, with the rationale that she is not a critic.
Gay Hollywood in the studio days. – Historian Alan Royle
IMO, this seems like a trivia section that was renamed "Opinion" so it can be kept in the article. Lavender marriages were arranged by studios to deflect tabloids from delving into the sexual persuasion of stars they suspected of being homosexual. Again, no drawing of conclusions please. I've expanded the sentence so that that there is mention of the French cast, and it would be interesting to expand upon this, especially as it is an oddity in her career, but not without sources. It is not Vandalism.
I, for one, think it pointless to intervene. Letting readers decide for themselves is a very weak rationale for including dubious material. However, after DeMille died, he worked sporadically and accepted minor acting roles. I believe Martin was suffering from liver cancer in ; she died in Nov. I never had the privilege of meeting her.
Mann writes that she was the "biggest dyke Tinseltown had ever seen. I consider this arbitrarily contentious behavior and you are now in danger of violating the 3RR rule as well as disrupting the article to make a point. In Full Service , Scotty Bowers writes that Novarro loved oral sex so much he referred to semen as "honey. There is ample reference made to her marriage to Dr Pressman in the section "Marriages". Rock Hudson's homosexuality was carefully kept secret by his gay agent, Henry Willson, and the studio. Mayer, for patronizing a male brothel on Wilshire Boulevard. The Hollywood zenith in Palm Springs occurred during the studio system of the s to s, when stars were heavily controlled, and most contracts stipulated that actors could not travel more than miles from Los Angeles during film production.