“Forgotten Hollywood”- Sally Field’s New Assignment…

Posted on January 20, 2015 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…sally-field-6

   Turner Broadcasting is revealing that two-time Oscar winning actress Sally Field will be joining Robert Osborne on the set to discuss classic films shown in conjunction with the popular Saturday night series, The Essentials. A formal press release from TCM concerning the new Essentials co-host has yet to be announced.                           SALLY FIELD ——->

   Sally Field first appeared on television in 1965 as Gidget, and later, as The Flying Nun. She then began a fabulous career as a cinematic actress with such popular movies as Sybil,  Mrs. Doubtfire, Smokey and The Bandit, and Forrest Gump. She received Academy Awards for Norma Rae and Places in the Heart. Field most recently garnered Oscar buzz in 2012 with her role as Mary Todd Lincoln with Daniel Day-Lewis in Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln.


   As a TCM guest programmer in July of 2008, Field selected films that concern given situations gals deal with in their lives, often in funny ways. She chose The Awful TruthThe Miracle of Morgan Creek, Love With the Proper Stranger, and All About Eve.


   Steady sales keep on pouring in… Son of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History has reached 1200 literary purchases. Many thanks to the folks from Southern California chapters of Rotary International in Arcadia, Oceanside, and Carson for unyielding recent support. 2015 has begun in a most robust way, and this latest milestone is a positive indicator of a great year. My initial paperback in the Forgotten Hollywood franchise is about to go into its third printing. And, my next book in the series is almost ready to go to print. GREAT NEWS!

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Until next time>                               “never forget”

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