Tuesday, May 6, 2014

With Paulette at the Mocambo, September 1941


This particular evening was one of the rare occasions in which Charlie referred to Paulette as his wife. He evidently told a reporter:  'This is just a man and his wife spending a quiet night night together." 1

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  1. It's a good day when I visit this site and see these two smiling back at me.

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  2. I love the line from the movie, "When we weren't married, people thought we were and now that we are married, we are getting a divorce."

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  3. She always looks so squeaky clean.
    But the humongous book of Hollywood Sex Scandals implied she was willing to pep up her relationships if a lover needed a little diversity. O

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  4. Charlie hadn't had that smile since 1915 when he would play around with Edna.

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