Frank Sinatra presenting the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award to Rosalind Russell ("His Girl Friday" "Gypsy" "Auntie Mame") at the 45th Academy Awards® in .
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Howard Hawks' 1940 screwball comedy features Cary Grant as a newspaper man who will go through leaps, bounds and even a little fraud to keep his fellow reporter and ex-wife, played by Rosalind Russell, from re-marrying. Seventy years on, "His Girl
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In Howard Hawks's screwball masterpiece adapted from the stage play THE FRONT PAGE by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur, star reporter Hildy Johnson (Rosalind Russell), once married to suave editor Walter Burns (Cary Grant), plans to leave the stressful newspaper world behind and marry a boring insurance agent. Walter won't reveal his feelings for Hildy but tries to keep her from leaving by convincing her to cover one last story, a politically motivated execution. When the convict manages to escape, chaos breaks loose, and Hildy finds herself working alongside Walter to break the story wide open. HIS GIRL FRIDAY is a loose, freewheeling gem featuring some of the fastest dialogue ever filmed (peppered with inspired ad-libbing by Grant and Russell, each appearing at comedic high points in their careers). Hawks, who changed the original story of two newspapermen into a battle of the sexes, keeps the frenetic action careening forward and allows a few slim but luminous notes of genuine affection to slip into Hildy and Walter's storm of hilarious verbal barbs, creating a potent and heartfelt classic that stands as one of the most influential comedies ever made.
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When it comes to living life to its fullest, Rosalind Russell's character Auntie Mame is still the silver screen's exemplar. And Mame, the role Russell (1907-1976) would always be remembered for, embodies the rich and rewarding life Bernard F. Dick reveals in the first biography of this Golden Age star, Forever Mame: The Life of Rosalind Russell. Drawing on personal interviews and information from the archives of Russell and her producer-husband Frederick Brisson, Dick begins with Russell's childhood in Waterbury, Connecticut, and chronicles her early attempts to achieve recognition after graduating from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Frustrated by her inability to land a lead in a Broadway show, she headed for Hollywood in 1934 and two years later played her first starring...
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Rosalind Russell - Wikipedia
Rosalind Russell (born Catherine Rosalind Russell; June 4, 1907 – November 28, 1976) was an American actress of stage and screen, known for her role as fast-talking ...
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Rosalind Russell, Actress: His Girl Friday. The middle of seven children, she was named after the S.S. Rosalind at the suggestion of her father, a successful lawyer.
Rosalind Russell - Biography - IMDb
The middle of seven children, she was named after the S.S. Rosalind at the suggestion of her father, a successful lawyer. After receiving a Catholic school education ...
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