Kennedy who forged a marriage between politics and Hollywood.
She wins in the end, but on her own terms.
Stanwyck could act, but this was early in her career.
Cleopatra 1917 I think all on-screen adaptations of Cleopatra have been a visual feast, but none were quite as risque as the 1917 silent movie starring.
In that year, four of the biggest stars in Hollywood — Jean Harlow seen below in a publicity still from Red Dust , Greta Garbo, Claudette Colbert and Carla Bow — would display just enough skin to fit nicely in the Funhouse, had it been around back then.
However, after her mother's death, Lo loses a little of her shine and becomes more unstable, volatile, and a very strong and resilient girl, who makes up for her lack of self-esteem by overcompensating with confidence.
Steve Allen was a genius pioneer of the early television talk show format, but ultimately he was fairly conventional.
When he created the Tonight Show you could say he was being unconventional because he was creating something new.