In February 1950 Paramount announced that Ladd would star in a film version of the novel. Domestic Shipping: Shipping will be calculated based on the dimensions and weight of the item. Los Angeles Times 18 Sep 1943: A7. Chicago Daily Tribune 9 Nov 1955: b6. If you have any requests please send them to us via Ebay's contact the seller. Neale is still wary of Virginia's involvement in his friends death and when he discovers a bag of jewels in the floorboards of one of their aircraft, he has to fight for his life. The New York Times 1923-Current file 1 Mar 1950: 42.
Eavesdropping: Loretta Young Talks about her Movie Years. The pilots then realize they have stumbled onto a smuggling racket. However he soon received a better offer over at Paramount. For Warners themselves he then made 1955 , co-starring , which also proved popular. The New York Times 28 Jan 1951: X5.
Old Ladd films were reissued with him being given more prominent billing, such as. Ladd flies The Hump with the greatest of ease, makes a three-point emergency landing when a motor conks out; receives news of the murder of a pal with grim determination to revenge the foul deed and proves to be a pretty astute sleuth for all his seeming bull-headedness. Weighs Series of Pilot Films; Polly Bergen May Get Summer Role Special to The New York Times. The New York Times 26 Nov 1942: 41. The Blue Dahlia was eventually released to great acclaim was nominated for an Oscar for the screenplay , quickly followed by O. It is the bidders responsibility to know his own Import Laws.
Los Angeles Times 18 Mar 1951: D1. Before he made that film, he appeared in another Western, , produced by. Ladd's rich, deep voice was ideal for that medium and in 1936 he ended up being signed by station as their sole radio actor. The New York Times 27 May 1963: 25. Once Gordon figures out who his real friends are, he relies on his fists to mete out retribution, resulting in one sequence that's guaranteed to raise the hackles of every feminist in the crowd.
Retrieved 27 April 2012 — via National Library of Australia. Ladd was considered to play the lead in but was eventually cast. On 28 October, he was given an honorable medical discharge because of a stomach disorder complicated by influenza. At 20, Ladd graduated from high school on 1 February 1934. Ladd saves his Sunday punch till near the end when he slaps Gail Russell across the face four or five times, without so much as leaving a finger mark on her pretty pan. The next month his deal with Warner Bros. For Jaguar, Ladd produced, but did not appear in.
Chicago Daily Tribune 9 Dec 1944: 14. Please contact us immediately if you have any questions about your purchase after receipt. They lived in a migrant camp in at first before moving to the where Beavers went to work at as a painter. If you have any questions please ask. Davis Will Adapt 'Desire Under the Elms' for Film -- 'Bullfight' Purchased by Thomas M. See the seller's listing for full details. Average Short subject Doctor Merek Vance 1945 Salty O'Rourke Himself Hollywood Victory Caravan Alan Ladd Short subject 1946 Charles Stewart Johnny Morrison, Lt.
He was meant to be re-inducted on 4 September 1944 but Paramount succeeded in getting this pushed back again to make. Los Angeles Times 19 Mar 1952: C9. Retrieved 27 April 2012 — via National Library of Australia. Among the suspects are the film's two gorgeous leading ladies, sweetie-pie Virginia Moore Gail Russell and sultry nightclub singer Merina Tanev June Duprez. Tearing an expensive diamond necklace from her neck, Neale confronts Virginia making her confess she was not in love with Bill. I also insisted that he get himself a decent set of dentures. Sue Carol, the former silent star who is now an agent, undertook to advance the youth's career two years ago and only recently could she locate an attentive ear.
Neale Gordon and Pedro Lake, commercial pilots who fly the hump between Chungking and Calcutta learn, when they reach Calcutta, that their pal, Bill Cunningham, has been murdered. Fists fly and guns bark every now and then to generate a little excitement. Alan Ladd; Sue Carol of Films Chicago Daily Tribune 22 April 1943: 4. Pryor Special to The New York Times. Neales investigation leads him to the Chalgani Club, run by Eric Lasser.