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Latest Rita Hayworth Items
One of those movies people ask about with some frequency, the 1936 version of “Show Boat,” starring Irene Dunne, Allan Jones, Paul Robeson and Helen Morgan, has finally made its DVD debut this week, along with a bevy of other vintage titles.
Several film noir thrillers from the 1940s and ’50s dominate the latest collection of vintage titles released to DVD for the first time.
Going back to where it all began, a new exhibit in the childhood home of legendary designer Christian Dior in Normandy sheds new light on the house's huge contribution to the silver screen.
In the Hollywood landscape of new, new, new, what really stands out is that today's starlets still emulate the looks of classic screen beauties, including Elizabeth Taylor, Marilyn Monroe and Rita Hayworth, who ruled the red carpet in the 1950s.
A grandson of the late screen actress Rita Hayworth has been found dead in an apparent suicide in New York City.