A fictitious story with fictionalize characters, but yet we all know that these type of occurrence's takes place in urban black cities of America in the realistic world we live in. Growing up in a tough urban area, black rose lived the typical normal life surrounded by loving parents, family, and friends. A mother's only child, in which a mother tried her best to protect and guide, but the awkwardness of violence snatched rose life away and a promising future. She was loved, cared for, and at the end total despair. Hope you enjoy the reading of black rose.
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" In this first-ever biography of Greer Garson, Michael Troyan sweeps away the many myths that even today veil her life. The true origins of her birth, her fairy-tale discovery in Hollywood, and her career struggles at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer are revealed for the first time. Garson combined an everywoman quality with grace, charm, and refinement. She won the Academy Award in 1941 for her role in Mrs. Miniver , and for the next decade she reigned as the queen of MGM. Co-star Christopher Plummer remembered, ""Here was a siren who had depth, strength, dignity, and humor who could inspire great trust, suggest deep intellect and whose misty languorous eyes melted your heart away!"" Garson earned a total of seven Academy Award nominations for Best Actress, and fourteen of her films premiered at Radio City Music Hall, playing for a total of eighty-four weeks--a record never equaled by any other actress. She was a central figure in the golden age of the studios, working with legendary performers Clark Gable, Marlon Brando, Elizabeth Taylor, Errol Flynn, Joan Crawford, Robert Mitchum, Debbie Reynolds, and Walter Pidgeon. Garson's experiences offer a fascinating glimpse at the studio system in the years when stars were closely linked to a particular studio and moguls such as L.B. Mayer broke or made careers. With the benefit of exclusive access to studio production files, personal letters and diaries, and the cooperation of her family, Troyan explores the triumphs and tragedies of her personal life, a story more colorful than any role she played on screen.
While shooting a music video on location in England’s Hampton Court Palace, country-western star Deanie Bailey ducks into a castle for solace and finds herself 400 years in the past. A force has brought Deanie into the Duke of Hamilton’s life, and to a bygone era to change the future—and to fall madly in love.
Covering a tumultuous period of the 1950s, this work explores the divorce of movie studios from their theater chains, the panic of the blacklist era, the explosive emergence of science fiction as the dominant genre, and the rise of television and Hollywood's response with widescreen spectacles.