Hollywood and Dreams Classic Film Memorabilia and Information

Ida Lupino’s Directing Career

Actress Ida Lupino is remembered most for her on screen performances as “Lana Carlsen” in “They Drive By Night” (1940) and “Marie” in “High Sierra” (1941). However, it is a little-known fact to some...

Hollywood’s First Motion Picture Unit

In 1940, the US Army contacted Jack Warner of Warner Bros studio requesting that the studio produce propaganda films to educate the public on certain parts of the military. Warner turned over the responsibility...

No Orchids For Miss Blandish

Catch it if you can because it is not showed very often on television, especially not in England, “No Orchids For Miss. Blandish” (1948). A film which once caught the world’s attention in sensationalism...

Sexy Spy Lady

Each of Alfred Hitchcock’s leading ladies, or his “icy blondes” as they are called, are timeless portrayals of women in suspense films who do not fall into the “victim” stereotype. The character of Eve...

Hollywood’s Legendary Profane Angel

On October 6, 1908 film star Jane Peters was born. At age of five years old, Jane Peters’ parents separated; children and mother moved to California. At age twelve years old, Jane Peters appeared...