Y'all i just thought of a blessed idea-- PLEASE READ! When you see this, dm me a paragraph or a sentence of a story (as long as you want) about your OH fave. Spill all the things you are dying to say whenever their name is brought up. I want to make a collage of all our favorite stars and make a cute paragraph that incorporates all of your input!! THIS WILL ONLY WORK IF YOU GUYS DM ME! ( you know you want too)❤️❤️
Handsome, tough, with a deep baritone, as an incorruptible crime fighter on TV, Robert Stack (1919-2003) was already an Oscar nominated film star, champion sportsman and all round good-guy when television kept him on the right side of the law forever. Born into a LA society family, Stack who was educated in Europe as his mother pursued her operatic ambitions, was fluent in Italian and French before he learned English. Back in LA he became an accomplished polo player, speedboat racer and champion skeet shooter. Developing an interest in acting in college, he was discovered by Director Pasternak while visiting the Universal lot. Cast as Durbin's leading man in the hit "First Love" he was responsible for her first kiss which became a world wide news event. Fine work in "The Mortal Storm" was noticed, "Nice Girl?" with Durbin and "Eagle Squadron" his biggest hits pre WWII. His best was as the young officer in the brilliant comedy "To Be or Not to Be." As an Army Instructor for the duration his comeback was the smash musical "A Date with Judy" and "Fighter Squadron." Failing to emerge as a major star there was "Miss Tatlock's Millions", "Mr. Music" and one of his favourite roles, "The Bullfighter and The Lady." Starring in the first 3-D actioner "Bwana Devil" was big box-office as was "The High and the Mighty." "Good Morning, Miss Dove", "House of Bamboo", "Good Day in the Morning" all led to his fine Oscar nominated weak and wealthy playboy in the smash "Written on the Wind" and the less popular "Tarnished Angels", "The Gift of Love", "The Last Voyage" and "John Paul Jones." As a last minute replacement for Eliot Ness of "The Untouchables" (59-63) he became a household name. Regularly on TV his notable films were "The Caretakers", "Is Paris Burning?" then developed a sense of humour for "1941", hilarious in the blockbuster "Airplane!", "Uncommon Valour", "Joe Versus the Volcano", "Beavis and Butt-head Do America" before coming back to TV as host of "Unsolved Mysteries" (87-02). Romantic hero, man of action and a crime fighter of fictional criminals or of real life criminals, Stack was as dependable as his handsome granite-like gaze.
Well there was a super cutie pie nibbling on my skirt during chores this afternoon!! Clark Gable is such a sweetheart, he got lots of extra rubs and scritches today because, you know, those eyes!!!🐐🐐✨👀