Olivia de Havilland
The Baltimore neighborhood that saw the worst of the violence was already filled with many burned-out buildings and vacant lots that had not been rebuilt since the 1968 riots that followed the assassination of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.
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Ever since there were movie stars there have been star product endorsements.
Corporations and their advertising companies were quick to understand that those larger than life figures floating like angels on the silver screen were potent persuaders. Thus, the synergistic relationship between one product, the movie star, and a consumer product — cigarettes, perfume, makeup, whatever — was born, and continues with increasing power and sophistication to this very day.
The idea is simplicity itself: Buy me, be me.
Chanukah is a time for latkes—which I don’t eat out of respect to my heart and my waistline.
So, in honor of Chanukah, we’re rolling out Seraphic Secret’s popular game: “Who The Heck Is That Spooky Looking Kid Who Grew Up To Become a Hollywood Star?”