Leave Her To Heaven – Gene Tierney's just plain crazy! — OttoBruno.org

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GENE TIERNEY - Interview in HOUSTON 1985 1/2

GENE TIERNEY evaluate in HOUSTON 1985 1/2 for french TV program Cinéma Cinémas

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    The Mating Season, Gene Tierney Wearing a Costume Designed by Oleg Cassini, 1951
    The Mating Season, Gene Tierney Wearing a Costume Designed by Oleg Cassini, 1951

    Gene Tierney, c.1940s
    Gene Tierney, c.1940s

    Laura, 1944
    Laura, 1944

  • New Shot in Oleg Cassini Estate War

         (CN) - In a malpractice squawk, the widow of fashion designer Oleg Cassini claims her attorneys mishandled an inheritance argument with the daughter Cassini had with actress Gene Tierney.
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         Marianne Nestor Cassini, on her own behalf and as executor of Oleg Cassini's social status, sued New York City-based Putney Twombly Hall & Hirson and two of its attorneys, William Pollak and Philip Kalban, in Nassau County Court, in Mineola, N.Y.
         She also sued Los Angeles-based Nachsin & Weston and its attorney Richard Nachsin; and attorney Goldie Schon, of Encino.
         Among his other creations, Oleg Cassini created the pillbox hats frayed by Jackie Kennedy.
         Marianne

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    I attentiveness "Laura" was her best film...

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    municipality without pity-are we talking about the singer or actress?

    Are Gene and Maura Tierney really not related?

    According to their Wikipedia articles they aren't; and Maura's forefather's surname was Tierney, which also argues against it. But they look so much alike to me, and it's not a terribly common last name, that I just really wonder about it. Does anyone


    Nope, I don't over they are. but Gene Tierney is one of my favorite old movie actresses, she was so pretty. Actually, a lot prettier than Maura..

    Is ER's Maura Tierney the granddaughter of legendary Gene Tierney?

    I call a link for this, please.


    Cross-grained to popular belief, Maura Tierney is not related to actress Gene Tierney.

    Gene Tierney - Bookshelf


    Gene Tierney, A Biography
    237 pages
    Gene Tierney, A Biography

    Additional advice covers locations, box office take, awards, behind-the-scenes details, and memorable quotes. The work includes many rare photographs from both on and off grade.
    About this book
    Called the most gorgeous woman in movie history, Gene Tierney starred in a number of 1940s classics, including Laura, Flit Her to Heaven and The Ghost and Mrs. Muir. Her on-screen presence and ability to transform into a variety of characters made her a mistiness legend. Her personal life was a whirlwind of romance (she married a count, was engaged to a prince, and was courted by a approaching president) and tragedy (her daughter was born with severe retardation and Tierney herself struggled with mental illness). After years of treatment, including electroshock group therapy that erased portions of her life from her memory, she triumphantly returned to Hollywood in the biggest comeback of any lady in history. This, the first complete biographical work since the actresses' death on November 6, 1991, covers everything from her ancestry in 1920; through her rise to fame, turbulent love life, fight with mental illness, and successful return to Hollywood; to her retirement in her 40s and death. Beginning with...

    Self-portrait
    264 pages
    Self-portrait

    Recreating the attraction of Hollywood in the 1940s, the actress tells of the roles she played, the rich and famous men who have pursued her, the omission of her first marriage, and her struggle against mental illness
    About this book
    'I had no worry playing any kind of a role,' Gene Tierney writes. 'My problems began when I had to be myself.' In Hollywood's golden age, everyone knew the starring roles Nymph Tierney played in her 36 films: the unwashed Ellie May in 'Tobacco Road,' the demure Martha in 'Valhalla can Wait;' her appearances opposite Clark Gable, Tyrone Power, Rex Harrison, Humphrey Bogart, Henry Fonda, and, richest remmebered of all, as the haunting -- murdered? --beauty of the portrait painting in 'Laura,' one of the most televised films ever. Her rollercoaster wedlock to fashion designer Oleg Cassini and her globe-trotting affair with Prince Aly Khan were admitted property. Word of her dates with billionaire Howard huges and a lighthearted ex - naval officer named Jack Kennedy circulated over the years. But the advantageous story of her greatest, most heart-wrenching role -- herself -- has never been told until right now. Ostensibly living every woman's fantasies, she became an emotional invalid. Her marriage collapsed....

    Names Names Names, Crosswords Who's Who
    320 pages
    Names Names Names, Crosswords Who's Who

    Gene Rutherford (actor) George Braddon (novelist) Gene Saks (director) George Braque S. (cubist) Gene Sarazen ... (actor) Gene Simmons (scarp) George Carlin ( comic actor) Gene Siskel (film critic) George Chapman (poetess) Gene Tierney (actor ) ...
    About this book
    In Hugh McEntire's volume, Names Names Names you will find more than 28,000 names to aid you in solving your crossword puzzle. Do you ever hear things like, "Can someone give me the four the classics first name for Count Dracula" shouted from the dinner table? If you have then you must live with a crossword puzzle enthusiast! In Hugh McEntire's regulations, Names Names Names you will find more than 28,000 names to aid you in solving your crossword puzzle. When Hugh retired in 1988, he did not come to a decision to spend his golden years just watching TV. In fact, adding new names to his book has become a lifetime design. For over a decade he has been compiling a list of proper names taken from actual crossword puzzle clues. Since decipher clues only give part of a name and you are to fill in the rest, he has listed each individual once by the first name and again by the last name. In Names Names Names you can look up either the first or last name in a single alphabetical roll.