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Part 2 My bud April VeVea is back and we talk the biggest iconic love story in Classic Hollywood…Dick and Liz..Liz and Dick..The Burtons…

April and I discuss what we believe is the most iconic love story of classic Hollywood..Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. Sparks flew on the set of Cleopatra and it was a relationship filled with passion and pain. in part2 we discuss their marriage, their movies, the passion and the flame dying down. We discuss their divorce and remarriage and were they the love of each others life.. Thanks so much to my pal April. I love working with her.  She has her own podcast where she and her partner review newer flicks. You can check it out here. https://www.buzzsprout.com/1348540 you…

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Part 1 My bud April VeVea is back and we talk the biggest iconic love story in Classic Hollywood…Dick and Liz..Liz and Dick..The Burtons…

April and I discuss what we believe is the most iconic love story of classic Hollywood..Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. Sparks flew on the set of Cleopatra and it was a relationship filled with passion and pain. Part 1 we discuss their meeting, the back and forth on Richards part on whether he should leave his wife Sybil. Elizabeth had no doubts of kicking Eddie to the curb (who would). Come along as we take you through this amazing true life love story. Thanks so much to my pal April. I love working with her.  She has her own podcast…

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I speak to author Roy Widing about Bogies other Baby, Mayo Methot…she was so much more than Sluggy…

I talk to Roy Widing about his book..Sluggy: Bogies Other Baby.. Mayo Methot-Star Of Stage, Screen And Wife Of Humphrey Bogart. I loved Roy's book because I am a fan of Mayo's. A lot of people have not seen her work but if you can catch Virtue, it was on YouTube or the movie where she and Bogie fell in love Marked Women, 1937 you will see her talent and vulnerability shine through. Mayo was Bogarts third wife, the wife he left for Lauren Bacall. She gets a bad wrap because she drank a lot, as did Humphrey. They were…

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