Category Archives: Biography

Dead Hollywood: Actors Who Died Young (documentary-video)

There has been a slew of Hollywood personalities dying young in recent few years: Heath  Ledger, Brittany Murphy, Anna Nicole Smith,  Princess Diana, John F. Kennedy Jr., Kurt Cobain, Chris Farley, River Pheonix, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Tupac Shapur, Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston to name some of … Continue reading

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Jackie Kennedy: The Quiet Moments of Her Life

There is a lot out there about Jackie Kennedy, her marriage to President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th President of The United States of America, his assassination, and her quiet doom and desperation following those fateful moments in Dallas. We can … Continue reading

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Marilyn Monroe: The Final Days (documentary)

I just located this documentary today about Marilyn’s final period. From all of the searching I have done in the past, to just be finding this now seems like a diamond hunt that came up well. Or Trout fishing that suddenly … Continue reading

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Saturday Showtime: HOUDINI – starring Tony Curtis & Janet Leigh

As promised, here’s the 1953 movie we’ve been building up to all week – “Houdini” in vivid Technicolor majesty. Starring a young Tony Curtis as Houdini, and Janet Leigh as his love interest, the story begins in an 1800’s circus-like side-show. A … Continue reading

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SentiMental Sunday: It’s Houdini Week!

Tonight’s SentiMental moment is dedicated to Harry Houdini. The Master Escape Artist was made famous with his straight-jacket escapes, and was best known for his death-defying feats, including being chained inside of a weighted coffin and dumped into the river. His later interests … Continue reading

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The Marilyn Monroe A&E Biography

In this A & E Biography, you will learn of Marilyns’ illegitimate origins as Norma Jean Baker, her early teenage marriage to a neighbor’s son, and her beginnings as a magazine cover model. Her film history includes a long list of playing the … Continue reading

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Wednesday Biography: 1999 Interview with Julia Child

Welcome back to The Daily Dibbler, with your affable host, Mister Dibbles. Today, we’ll be meeting up with the ever-lovable Julia Child, host of the infamous PBS television series, “The French Chef”. This interview with Julia Child is via the Archive … Continue reading

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