Lawrence J. Quirk (September 9, 1923 – October 17, 2014) was an American writer, Hollywood reporter and film historian. Lawrence J. Quirk was born in 1923 at Lynn, Massachusetts.
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Films of Paul Newman. The Rat Pack: The Hey-Hey Days of Frank and the Boys. The Films of Warren Beatty. Joan Crawford: The Essential Biography. Quirk, William Schoell.
1969 was Robert Redford's breakout year, when he starred with Paul Newman in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Since that time he was continuously successful, either as an actor or director. His concern for the environment, particularly in the American West, has made him an important spokesman for conservation, often lending his name to causes and charities that help support preservation and endangered species. 1969 was Robert Redford's breakout year, when he starred with Paul Newman in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
Robert Francis Kennedy: The Man and the Politician" (1968) "The Films of Joan Crawford" (1968) "The Films of Ingrid Bergman" (1970) "The Films of Fredric March" (1971) "The Great Romantic Films" (1974) "The Films of Robert Taylor" (1975) "The Films of Ronald Colman" (1977) "The Films of Warren Beatty" (1979) "The Films of Myrna Loy" (1980) "The Films of Gloria Swanson" (1984) "Claudette.
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With a career spanning six decades and more than eighty films, Bette Davis is synonymous with Hollywood legend
With a career spanning six decades and more than eighty films, Bette Davis is synonymous with Hollywood legend. From her incandescent performance as Margo Channing in All About Eve, to her terrifying, psychopathic Jane Hudson in What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?, Davis generated electricity wherever she appeared, whatever she did-and not just on the silver screen.