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I Love the new Lucy statue!
August 6th, 2016 under Lucille Ball, Old Hollywood. [ Comments: none ]

Today is Lucille Ball’s 105th birthday and the town that she grew up in gave her a big present that she would’ve love. Her ugly bronze statue was replaced by one that looks exactly like her. Sculptor Carolyn Palmer captured her essence, so her spirit will live on forever in the hometown that she loved as a young girl.
Plamer spent 9 months creating the legendary comedian’s likeness and she hopes “that all the Lucy fans are pleased and that Lucille Ball herself would have enjoyed this image of her.” I know I love it, what about you?


George Hamilton works the pole!
August 12th, 2015 under Old Hollywood. [ Comments: 1 ]

Today is George Hamilton‘s 76th birthday and that doesn’t mean he is too old to work a pole. The legendary actor posted a photo of himself wrapping his leg around a pole. If this acting and reality show thing doesn’t work out for him, then he can make a living as a stripper. He already has the tan for it.


Don Rickles looks just his dog!
December 26th, 2014 under Old Hollywood. [ Comments: none ]

Don Rickles shared a photo of his dog Chauncey and himself celebrating Christmas and I can’t get over how much they look alike. I guess that is why they say the that people grow to look like their four legged best friends.
Don’t you think that they are twins?


Abe Vigoda is still alive!
May 19th, 2014 under Old Hollywood. [ Comments: none ]

In case you were wondering if Abe Vigoda is still alive, the answer is yes! Jamie Kennedy Tweeted this picture of the 93 year old actor with Cloris Leachman, 88, from Chiller Theater and both of them look fabulous. Can you believe if you combine Fish and Phyllis’ ages, it equals 181! They don’t look a day over 180 together!
Seriously though, seeing the two legends like that makes me wish that TV Land would give them a sitcom. And since Kennedy shared this photo, he can play their crazy grandson that just moved in with them and they can’t get rid of. Doesn’t that sound like a winner?


Three legends in one picture!
April 7th, 2014 under Old Hollywood. [ Comments: none ]

Mel Brooks shared this photo of Dick Van Patten, Mickey Rooney and himself from a week ago to remember his friend and I just had to share it with you. While it is sad to see Rooney just a day after he passed, it is nice to see him so happy with two old friends. I bet they had a lot of fun together!


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