46 Min Released Feb 27, 2017

97: Carole Landis (Dead Blondes Part 5)

Carole Landis was a gifted comedienne, a decent singer, and - once she dyed her natural brown hair blonde - perhaps the most luminous beauty in movies of the early 1940s. Plus, she was one of the most dedicated USO performers of WWII, and her elopement with an Air Force pilot on her travels became the inspiration for a book, movie and long running tabloid narrative. But then Landis fell into an affair with Rex Harrison - and this affair turned out to be Landis’ last.

You Must Remember This

You Must Remember This

You Must Remember This is a storytelling podcast exploring the secret and/or forgotten histories of Hollywood’s first century. It’s the brainchild and passion project of Karina Longworth (founder of Cinematical.com, former film critic for LA Weekly),

Go To Show Page
Tags
TV & Film

More Episodes

Mister Postman, Lower Your Price Points for Me

Slate's The Gist

Your trusty postal service used to traffic in children and politicians’ dirty laundry.

25 Min

Jul 6, 2016

37 Min

Nov 16, 2016

This Week in Barron's, January 4, 2010

This Week in Barron's

This Week in Barron's: cloud computing promises to be the biggest technological development since the internet; no matter what happens with the housing market next year, Lender Processing Services will play a major role; there are a number of factors working in favor of the PC market in 2010; tax preparation websites can help you sort out the changes that come with the new year.

5 Min

Dec 31, 2009