|Martine hanging out with Little Dougie in photos taken a quarter of a century apart.|
The world as seen through the blurry eyes of a 115 year old, alcoholic, bisexual, nymphomaniacal movie star who's really just folks. All text contents, except when otherwise noted, copyright © 2013 by Douglas McEwan. All images of Tallulah Morehead copyright © by Glen Hanson.com, used by permission.
|Watch it! Those fingers are loaded!|
|I had no idea I was ever married to Orson Welles.|
|The greatest book ever written, sort of. Well, a very funny black comedy anyway.|
|"Seymour" and I and "The Slimy Wall" at KTLA-TV in Hollywood, back on January 11, 1974, the day we shot my first TV script. The inscription over Larry's right shoulder says "Good show, Doug, Seymour. (I'm on the left.)"|
|"That Leech Woman is my kind of guy."|
A happy day that was.
|"It's this big."|
|Where do you wear your Precious, Gollum?|
|You do know it's a formal event, right, Jenny?|
|Suddenly I'm glad it's Monday.|
|They're asking "Does it vibrate?"|
|THIS is entertainment!|
|Poor Matt, trapped on a planet without me, |
doing a remake of Robinson Crusoe on Mars.
|Hollywood would cast Henry Cavill without make-up as Quasimodo.|
|Little Dougie's cat Barrymore, who outweighs me. Here he's recovered |
from the shock I gave him, or else he's drunk. (He is a Barrymore, after all.)
|Lube it first, darling, please. I'm old.|
|Shallow soundstage set with a cyclorama backdrop at 20th Century Fox in Hollywood? Don't be silly. It's Joan Fontaine on a Yorkshire moor. Is that Basil Rathbone in the background, chasing a big dog?|
|"Jane Eyre" and Little Liz Taylor, pretending to have rotten childhoods.|
|Not, I think, one of my weddings, though I could be mistaken. |
(Little Johnny Abbott, the least famous person in this photo, once appeared on the same bill with Little Dougie, who's even less famous.) Abbott is playing "Bernstein," Welles is playing Mr. C. F. Kane, and Joan is playing the sled.
|What my book would look like if it weren't funny.|