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Sailor Tony Curtis

Sailor Tony Curtis

Gregory Peck. <3 The world seriously needs more of this!!

“Gregory Peck is the hottest thing in town. Some say he is a second Gary Cooper. Actually, he is the first Gregory Peck. To Kill A Mockingbird.

Not solid gold, no. Currently, the Academy Award statuettes are made of gold-plated britannium, an alloy that's mostly made of tin.    The very first Oscar statuettes were made of gold-plated solid bronze. During World War II, when metal was scarce, they were made of plaster; these plaster statuettes were traded in for the usual models after the war

What's the Deal with the Return of the Buzzards in Hinckley, Ohio?

Not solid gold, no. Currently, the Academy Award statuettes are made of gold-plated britannium, an alloy that's mostly made of tin. The very first Oscar statuettes were made of gold-plated solid bronze.

On 6/29/03, the world lost Katharine Hepburn--a four-time Oscar winner for Best Actress and a screen legend of Hollywood’s golden era. She  died of natural causes at the age of 96 at her home in Old Saybrook, CT. Hepburn is best remembered for 'The Philadelphia Story,' 'African Queen,' 'The Lion in Winter,' and 'Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner.'

Gallery of Fame: ‘Look at Me!’ Art Work – Vol. 74 No. 12

Katharine Hepburn - (Katharine Houghton Hepburn) – - American actress of film, stage, and television

Best Picture Oscar Winners - 1970s: 1970 Best Picture – ‘Patton’

Best Picture Oscar Winners of the 1930s

Historic Oscars Red Carpet Style | POPSUGAR Fashion Audrey Hepburn at the 1954 Academy Awards  Audrey Hepburn in Givenchy, 1954

85 Unforgettable Looks From the Oscars Red Carpet

GOLDEN GLOBE WINNERS - Doris Day and Tony Curtis pose with their awards for best actress and actor - Los Angeles - February 26, 1958

In this February 1958 file photo, Doris Day and Tony Curtis pose with their awards for best actress and actor presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association at its annual awards dinner in Los Angeles.

Best Picture Oscar Winners - 1970s: 1970 Best Picture – ‘Patton’

Best Picture Oscar Winners of the 1930s

General George Patton was one of the leading Allied generals in World War II, reputably the one among them who was most feared by the Nazis.

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