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Joan Collins oozes glamor at charity bash in Manchester – Part THREE of THREE

October 13, 2021

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Vintage Christmas photos capture the stars of Hollywood’s Golden Age

December 24, 2017

In the Golden Age of Hollywood, the stars of Tinseltown celebrated Christmas in style.

The Second World War was over and all across the country, Americans were rejoicing.

Stars of Tinseltown’s Golden Age celebrating Christmas

December 24, 2013

In the Golden Age of Hollywood, the stars of Tinseltown celebrated Christmas in style.

The Second World War was over and all across the country, Americans were rejoicing.

Bob Hope was at the height of his career, but he still took time out to entertain the troops.

Frank Sinatra and his family joined in some yuletide cheer with Dean Martin.

And Marilyn Monroe waited seductively by the chimney in her stockings – with care, of course.

Marilyn wasn’t the only actress who was a little naughty on Christmas. Warner Brothers starlet Ida Lupino, an English transplant, was pictured giving Jolly Old Saint Nick a spanking.

The lovely Jayne Mansfield likely made Santa’s nice list, though, after she showed up to a USO event at an American military base in Newfoundland, Canada, and danced with a few of the lucky soldiers stationed there.

Joan Collins hot new book ‘Passion For Life’

October 14, 2013

Having had five husbands, I guess I should know a thing or two about marriage. And you may be surprised to learn that I still believe strongly in the institution.

But no couple, I believe, should imagine that they’re going to live happily ever after. There will always be arguments and pitfalls, particularly if you stupidly marry too young. Or simply choose the wrong person.

As for me, I’ve made some terrible mistakes. Indeed, the sad truth is that most of my husbands turned out to be convincing liars.

Looking back now, I can see that my first four husbands all put me down, criticised and insulted me far too often. And although only the first was ever physically violent towards me, words often linger longer than bruises.

Was it my own fault that I brought out such a perverse streak in these men? Or was I just a lousy chooser?

For most of my teens, I had no interest in boys or men at all. I knew absolutely nothing about them and had never even seen a photograph of a naked man.

By the time I was 17, though, I decided I was ready to emulate my more worldly classmates at drama school in London by ‘doing it’, as they described making love. But there were two problems: I had no idea what ‘doing it’ entailed — and the first man I developed a serious crush on turned out to be gay.

Soon afterwards, I was lucky enough to get the lead in I Believe In You, a British movie, which also starred the actor Laurence Harvey.