Sunday, March 17, 2019

Saint Vincent's Day

Vincent Price played The Saint on radio and it's Women's History Month,
so it's the perfect day to share this new ebook I bought here:

I loved it, especially his review of my favorite movie Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte.
It's both funny and complimentary, like many of his stories about the famous ladies.
I adore most of the actresses in the book, like Joan Crawford and Bette Davis.

But a few were new to me, like Barbara O'Neil, who was Vincent's first girlfriend.
I need to see them in Tower of London (1939) and compare it to his 1962 version.

One of Vincent's non-actress friends in the book is Mrs. Jack Warner.
He mentioned a portrait Salvador Dali painted of her, so I found it:

Vincent also commissioned a painting by Dali, which I posted here.
A photo of Vincent's third wife, actress Coral Browne, is there too.
The book ends with a lovely letter he wrote for her memorial service.


  1. Top o' the mornin' to ya sis! Lol I still have the St. Paddy's Day spirit going in me. Enjoyed the day very much. I hope you did too. This postie is soo cool! And I can now see how you figured out how to bring St. Paddy's in it. I need to see The Saint. Maybe we can watch it together sweet sister.

    I'm listening to a long playlist full of Irish songs now. I played it yesterday too, along with other playlists for the occasion. Loved them all so much. Haven't finished this one yet tho. It's like +80 songs! lol ♥ xoxo

  2. It's not surprising that Mr. Price would do something to honor the ladies. Even in his most frightening moments, he remained a gentleman.

  3. Wow!! How cool is this. Thanks for the review. Vincent Price was a legend, i'm very curious on what he would have to say about the ladies. Those paintings by Salvador Dali are wonderful.