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Thu Oct 16 18:02:21 2014 UTClccn-n878470010.00Stars in my heaven /0.211.00News of the day7573777Irene_Dunnen 878470012190228Dune, Irene 1898-1990Dunn Irène 1898-1990Dunn, Irene Marie 1898-1990Dunne, Irene Marie 1898-1990First Lady of Hollywood 1898-1990Griffin, F. D. 1898-1990Griffin, F. D. 1898-1990 MrsGriffin, F. D. Mrs. 1898-1990lccn-n50031212Grant, Cary1904-1986cstprfactlccn-no95005960Warner Home Video (Firm)lccn-n50082580RKO Radio Picturesproprnlccn-n81099264Stevens, George1904-1975prdproprfflmdrtlccn-n80015724McCarey, Leoprfsceprodrtccpantausflmlccn-n80015727Metro-Goldwyn-Mayerlccn-n87847047Richman, Arthur1886-1944antlccn-n85151503Columbia Pictureslccn-n50009560Taylor, Elizabeth1932-2011actlccn-n50039021Delmar, Viña1903-1990sceauswamDunne, Irene1898-1990DramaFilm adaptationsHistoryRomantic comedy filmsFilm and video adaptationsComedy filmsScrewball comedy filmsRomance filmsFictionBiographyMan-woman relationshipsFamiliesNear-death experiencesPhilanthropistsMarriageGamblersMississippi RiverShowboatsSeparated peopleActressesGambling on river boatsRichman, Arthur,Ferber, Edna,Paddle steamersWomen entertainersInterracial marriageBlacks--Race identityUnited StatesAdoptionHomeownersBuildings--Repair and reconstructionDwellings--Maintenance and repairCalifornia--San FranciscoHusband and wifeFrontier and pioneer lifeOklahomaOklahoma Land Rush (1889)Norwegian AmericansIndianaAbsence and presumption of deathHoneymoonsBigamyLoveMarried peopleDunne, Irene,ThailandLeonowens, Anna Harriette,Mongkut,--King of Siam,Courts and courtiersFrance--ParisNew York (State)--New YorkFathersMusicalsManners and customsFashionHammerstein, Oscar,--II,ActorsFilm adaptationsGovernessesBritish18981990193019311932193319341935193619371938193919401941194219431944194519461947194819491950195119521953195419551956195919601962196319641967196819701971197319751977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201412958353823791.4372PN1997ocn052074366ocn063059026ocn055232665ocn019289671ocn428979536ocn025473129ocn064197972ocn063520558ocn028054680ocn556205117ocn055205645ocn020437857ocn029736321ocn015060239ocn014202019ocn025296533ocn036392290ocn036392265ocn007883342ocn012755543ocn006961246ocn468000961ocn658954635ocn237181843ocn237181829ocn190810877ocn661450850ocn658465829ocn765167892ocn220507060ocn220159282ocn221848226ocn044701946141328ocn052074366visu19370.22McCarey, LeoThe awful truthDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsA separated couple sabotages each other's love affairs while waiting for their divorce decree to become final+-+94963321253241230101ocn060424738visu19400.17Stevens, GeorgePenny serenadeFictionDramaClassic soap opera, Penny Serenade is the story of a young couple who seem to have everything, but must overcome a great tragedy to learn the value of true love+-+242155732532411007ocn063059026visu19890.21CimarronHistoryDramaFilm adaptations"A nation rising to greatness through the work of men and women, new country opening, raw land blossoming, crude towns growing into cities, territories becoming rich states. In 1889, President Harrison opened the vast Indian Oklahoma lands for white settlement--2,000,000 acres free for the taking, poor and rich pouring in, swarming the border, waiting for the starting gun, at noon, April 22nd ..."--Prologue from title screens. Cimarron is a sprawling western saga, an earnest tale about empire building, and a film of its time, which viewers should keep in mind. It follows the adventures Yancey Cravat, a lawyer and newspaperman from Wichita, who joins the Oklahoma Territory land rush in 1889. Soon he and his family are citizens of Osage. Beset by wanderlust, Yancey joins the Cherokee Strip land rush in 1893, leaving wife Sabra behind to run the newspaper and raise their son, Cimarron. by 1907, Yancey is back at home as Oklahoma becomes a state. During the oil boom, he refuses to join a scheme to cheat the Indians out of their oil rich land, and then disappears again. In 1929, Sabra is elected Oklahoma's first Congresswoman, Cimarron is married to an Indian princess, and Yancey still hasn"t returned+-+8183925425105164ocn041962893visu19470.16Curtiz, MichaelLife with fatherFictionDramaComedy filmsFilm adaptationsBased on Clarence Day Jr.'s reminiscences of his semi-tyrannical but benevolent father94524ocn057187933visu19480.18Stevens, GeorgeI remember mamaDramaPortrays the struggles of a Norwegian immigrant family at the turn of the century8161ocn055205645visu20040.19Potter, H. CMr. Blandings builds his dream houseFictionDramaComedy filmsFilm adaptationsCary Grant plays a successful New York advertising executive who wants to escape his current living situation. He decides to design his own dream house in the suburbs and the project turns wrong when the bills never end and the problems never stop78921ocn055232665visu19400.19Kanin, GarsonMy favorite wifeDramaDunne, supposedly dead, returns to the U.S. to find husband Grant remarried to Patrick68115ocn072576561visu19350.22Harbach, OttoRobertaDramaMusical filmsRomantic comedy filmsFun's in fashion when Fred and Ginger enter the world of Paris fashions. Marvelous Jerome Kern music graces standards like "Smoke gets in your eyes" and "I won't dance."52118ocn058805267visu19460.19Cromwell, JohnAnna and the King of SiamHistoryBiographyFictionDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsAnna and her son travel to the exotic kingdom of Siam to educate the harem and children of the king49011ocn021389734visu19360.22Sidney, GeorgeShow boatHistoryFictionDramaFilm adaptationsThis is the story of the growth and maturity of Magnolia, a stage star who falls for the dashing riverboat gambler, Gaylord Ravenal36926ocn063520558visu19390.18McCarey, LeoLove affairDramaRomance filmsFilm adaptationsA man and a woman who are to marry other people meet on a ship, flirt, part, and discover that they are in love. This is the film that was later remade as "An affair to remember."1621ocn428979536visu20090.20Icons of screwball comedyDramaTheodora goes wild: A small-time author whose racy bestsellers, written under a pseudonym, bring her notoriety when a New Yorker discovers her secret+-+93940408963241555ocn064197972visu20060.08Cary GrantDramaFilm and video adaptationsComedy filmsRomantic comedy filmsScrewball comedy filmsFilm adaptationsThe awful truth: One of the best "screwball" comedies of the thirties, in which a separated couple do their best to spoil one another's love affair while awaiting their divorce+-+03536495963241544ocn028054680visu19440.19The white cliffs of DoverFictionDramaFilm adaptationsWhen Susan (Dunne) moves with her father (Frank Morgan) from America to England, she ends up falling in love with and marrying Sir John Ashwood (Alan Marshal), an English baronet. But, before their son is born, Susan loses her husband to World War I. When World War II breaks out years later, her son's own tour of duty begins. Finding out whether he will return home safely or not makes for some of the most dramatic moments in motion picture history1184ocn070689782visu20000.13My man Godfrey Life with fatherDramaMy man Godfrey: A zany millionaire family invite a tramp to be their butler and find that he is richer than they are1145ocn030133633visu19710.20A guy named JoeDramaWar filmsThe year was 1944. Overseas, World War II raged. Back home, a war-torn population suffered the loss of loved ones. Along came A Guy Named Joe, a fanciful, heart-warming tale based on the legend that pilots never die but return to guide fledgling airmen, and the public welcomed it with open arms1142ocn050299977rcrd20020.14Old-time radio's greatest comedies824ocn056133488visu20030.15Cary Grant classicsDisc One Amazing Adventure (1936) and His Girl Friday (1940), Disc 2 Penny Serenade (1941) and Charade (1963)722ocn030521803visu19930.16Hollywood's comedy classics great comedy teams and legendsThe comedy legends of yesteryear in classic film performances663ocn724118950visu20060.17Life with father Father's little dividendDramaThis Elizabeth Taylor double feature includes Father's Little Dividend; the sequel to Father of the Bride; and Life with Father1884ocn052002079book20030.56Gehring, Wes DIrene Dunne : first lady of HollywoodBiographyHer other films include My Favorite Wife (1940), Penny Serenade (1941), Anna and the King of Siam (1946), and Life with Father (1947)."+-+65739356351452ocn023939678book19910.79Schultz, MargieIrene Dunne : a bio-bibliographyBiographyBibliography+-+0448278685324191ocn018942932score19430.47Ahlert, Fred EI'll get by (as long as I have you)PortraitsPictorial works131ocn025193328score19350.37Kern, JeromeI won't dance : sung by Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire : "Roberta"Portraits31ocn048189428score19380.21Kern, JeromeA heavenly party : "Joy of living"Portraits31ocn882482000file20140.47Hart, DorisIrene Dunne : 187 Success Facts : Everything you need to knowBiography21ocn498565507score19340.22Kern, JeromeWe were so youngPortraitsMusic21ocn253593434score19350.33Kern, JeromeYesterdaysPortraits11ocn423247400visu19421.00News of the day"A cavalcade of the biggest names in the movie world starts tour of all cities that promise to subscribe, 1,000,000 dollars worth. Right from the steps of the Treasury where Secretary Morgenthau welcomes them to Washington, they get things rolling. Lovely Greer Garson and beauteous Hedy Lamarr head the cast that's shooting at the goal of selling a cool billion dollars worth"--Hearst index card11ocn423251457visu19501.00News of the day"Glitter marks London's Royal Command Film Performance as their Majesties greet American movie stars. Marlene Dietrich, Gloria Swanson and Jimmy Stewart are among those greeted by the royal couple. And the King has quite a chat with Irene Dunne who plays his great-grandmother in the Command Film [The mudlark]"--Hearst index card. Includes footage of Mrs. Jimmy Stewart and his sons, Princess Elizabeth11ocn241302308visu19440.10S.S. Carol Lombard goes to seaPhoto caption dated Oct. 29, 1957 reads: "Two more big names in the Mayer firmament: Clark Gable and Irene Dunne. This 1944 occasion was sad, however, They were at the christening of the Liberty ship named in honor of Carole Lombard, Gable's wife who died in air crash."11ocn801202185book1948Father TedStars in my heaven11ocn830036766book19360.20Douglas, Lloyd CMagnificent obsessionFictionPictorial worksPsychological fictionChristian fictionChristian fiction, AmericanA doctor achieves miraculous success as a brain surgeon by putting Christian teachings into practice11ocn516505647visu19600.10Irene Dunne inspects ticket design for communion breakfastPhotograph caption dated February 5, 1960 reads, "Plan Yearly Communion -- Actress and businesswoman Irene Dunne, one of original founders of entertainment industry's Annual Communion Breakfast, inspects this year's ticket design with M.J.E. McCarthy, president of breakfast committee and head of Los Angeles distribution for Allied Artists Productions. Impressive Hollywood event will be held Monday at Blessed Sacrament Church with James Francis Cardinal McIntyre as Mass celebrant. Breakfast will follow at Hollywood Palladium."11ocn856660703mix19941.00Harrison, WarderWarder Harrison Kentucky entertainment collectionThe Warder Harrison Kentucky Entertainment Collection (dated circa 1890s-1994; 24 cubic feet; 16 boxes, 22 items) comprises scrapbooks, photographs, genealogical research, letters, memorabilia, newspaper clippings, magazines, record albums, sheet music, playbills, programs, and advertisements, which document Kentucky's role in the world of music, theatre, radio, television, and film. Warder Harrison primarily collected the material during his research for the book I Didn't Know That: Kentucky's Ties to Stage and Screen. The material is organized into two series. The first contains items compiled and collected by Warder Harrison and pertains to Kentucky performers. The series includes material on members of the entertainment industry, including many composers, actors, stage managers, and choreographers, from 19th century itinerant players to more recent stars like Victor Mature, Irene Dunne, Rosemary and George Clooney, Loretta Lynn, Pee Wee King, John Jacob Niles, the Judds, and Lee Majors. Charles Ross collected the material included in the second series. His portion of the collection contains movie scrapbooks, programs, advertisements, and photographs relating to the entertainment industry, but not necessarily Kentucky. Notable items include playbills and programs from vaudeville acts and theaters such as the Bluegrass Theatre, Iroquois Amphitheater (Louisville), the Playhouse (Louisville), and the Ziegfeld Follies (Box 15)11ocn123598099art2006Smith, David LIrene Dunne11ocn668252132score19390.47Grieg, EdvardIch liebe dich = I love theeMusical settingsPortraits11ocn423368949visu19411.00Special. Miss Irene Dunne, Mr. Will H. Hays Thirtieth Annual Banquet of the Indiana Society of Chicago, Stevens Hotel, Chicago, Ill., December 13, 1941Miss Dunne sings On the banks of the Wabash, and Home in Indiana11ocn423259133visu19591.00News of the day"The newsreel record of Hollywood's most historic event, presentation of the 31st annual Academy Awards. Susan Hayward is acclaimed as Best Actress, and David Niven, Best Actor, but the lion's share of the awards goes to M-G-M's great musical. Nominated in 9 categories, Gigi wins them all, including Best Picture. In addition, Maurice Chevalier, featured in the picture, takes an honorary Oscar, for his many years in films"--Hearst synopsis sheet11ocn423253050visu19541.00News of the day"Returning from Sao Paulo's cinema festival, Hollywood's stars enjoy the fabulous Rio de Janeiro carnival, lending their glamour to this greatest and happiest of South American fiestas"--Hearst index card. Includes footage of President Vargas+-+9496332125324+-+9496332125324Thu Oct 16 15:52:37 EDT 2014batch38084