Episode 48 - Madam Satan - Ooky Spooky Dooky Series #2

Episode 48 - Madam Satan - Ooky Spooky Dooky Series #2

"Madam Satan" starring Kay Johnson, Reginald Denny and Lillian Roth and Roland Young. Kay Johnson stars as a society housewife whose husband is stepping out on her. She attends a masquerade ball on a blimp as ‘Madam Satan’ when disaster strikes.
Director: Cecil B. DeMille
Costumes: Adrian
Studio: MGM
Year: 1932 

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OHR Minisode 2 - Ruby Slippers Breaking News

OHR Minisode 2 - Ruby Slippers Breaking News

Join Kathleen and Philip as they discuss The Ruby Slippers from “The Wizard of "Oz” (1939). The slippers were stolen in 2005 and were recovered by the FBI just this past month, 13 years later. Discussed in the episode is the documentary, “The Slippers” (2016) and a TV show segment, “The Search for the Ruby Slippers.” Included in the documentary is the story of the discovery of the long forgotten slippers by Kent Warner, the birth of Hollywood costume collecting, and the 2005 Slipper Heist.

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Episode 47 - The Mummy - Ooky Spooky Dooky Series #1

Episode 47 - The Mummy - Ooky Spooky Dooky Series #1

"The Mummy" starring Boris Karloff, Zita Johann, David Manners and Edward Van Sloan. Boris Karloff stars as a mummy risen from the dead to enact a vengeful curse and find his long lost love.
Director: Karl Freund
Costumes: Vera West
Studio: Universal Pictures
Year: 1932

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Episode 46 - The Great Race

Episode 46 - The Great Race

"The Great Race" starring Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon, Natalie Wood, Peter Falk and Kennan Wynn. Curtis and Lemmon star as turn of the century rivals who compete in a race from NYC to Paris.
Director: Blake Edwards
Costumes: Don Feld & Edith Head (Natalie Wood's Costumes)
Studio: Warner Bros.
Year: 1965

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Episode 45 - Forbidden Planet - Sexy Shakespeare Summer Series #5

Episode 45 - Forbidden Planet - Sexy Shakespeare Summer Series #5

"Forbidden Planet" starring Walter Pidgeon, Anne Francis, Leslie Nielsen and Robby the Robot. Nielsen stars as the captain of a rescue mission to a mysterious planet in this sci-fi film inspired by Shakespeare's "The Tempest."
Director: Fred M. Wilcox
Costumes: Walter Plunkett & Helen Rose
Studio: MGM
Year: 1956

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Episode 44 - Romeo and Juliet - Sexy Shakespeare Summer Series #4

Episode 44 - Romeo and Juliet - Sexy Shakespeare Summer Series #4

"Romeo and Juliet" starring Norma Shearer, Leslie Howard, John Barrymore, Basil Rathbone and Reginald Denny. Shearer and Howard play the titular characters from Shakespeare's immortal tale of love between two warring families.
Director: George Cukor
Costumes: Adrian and Oliver Messel
Studio: MGM
Year: 1936

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Episode 43 - West Side Story - Sexy Shakespeare Summer Series #3

Episode 43 - West Side Story - Sexy Shakespeare Summer Series #3

"West Side Story" starring Natalie Wood, Richard Beymer, Russ Tamblyn, Rita Moreno and George Chakiris. Wood and Beymer play lovers from rival street gangs in this remake of Romeo and Juliette. Dance fighting, star crossed lovers and a couple murders make for a classic musical.
Director: Jerome Robbins & Robert Wise
Costumes: Irene Sharaff
Studio: United Artists
Year: 1961

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Episode 42 - Taming of the Shrew - Sexy Shakespeare Summer Series #2

Episode 42 - Taming of the Shrew - Sexy Shakespeare Summer Series #2

"Taming of the Shrew" starring Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford. Fairbanks and Pickford star in an adaptation of the William Shakespeare play about a gold digging man who tries to marry a woman with anger management issues.
Director: Sam Taylor
Costumes: Mitchell Leisen
Studio: United Artists
Year: 1929

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Episode 41 - Kiss Me Kate - Sexy Shakespeare Summer Series #1

Episode 41 - Kiss Me Kate - Sexy Shakespeare Summer Series #1

"Kiss Me Kate" starring Howard Keel, Kathryn Grayson, Ann Miller, Tommy Rall and Bob Fosse. Howard Keel and Kathryn Grayson star as warring exes in a musical production of "Taming of the Shrew."
Director: George Sydney
Costumes: Walter Plunkett
Studio: MGM
Year: 1953

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Episode 40 - The Seven Year Itch

Episode 40 - The Seven Year Itch

"The Seven Year Itch" starring Marilyn Monroe, Tom Ewell and Evelyn Keyes. Tom Ewell stars as a husband left behind in Mahattan for the summer where he meets his enchanting upstairs neighbor, Marilyn Monroe. What could go wrong?
Director: Billy Wilder
Costumes: Travilla
Studio: 20th Century Fox
Year: 1955

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Episode 39 - Platinum Blonde

Episode 39 - Platinum Blonde

"Platinum Blonde" starring Robert Williams, Jean Harlow, and Loretta Young.  Robert Williams plays a savvy newspaper reporter who falls for a rich socialite. Things get tense when it isn't clear who wears the pants.
Director: Frank Capra
Costumes: Edward Stevenson
Studio: Columbia Pictures
Year: 1931

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Episode 38 - All About Eve

Episode 38 - All About Eve

"All About Eve" starring Bette Davis, Anne Baxter, George Sanders, Celeste Holm, Gary Merrill, Hugh Marlowe and Thelma Ritter. Bette Davis stars as an older established theater star who's biggest fan turned assistant has eyes on a career of her own.
Director: Joseph L. Menkiewicz
Costumes: Bette Davis' Gowns by Edith Head
Studio: 20th Century Fox
Year: 1950

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Episode 37 - The Wizard of Oz

Episode 37 - The Wizard of Oz

"The Wizard of Oz" starring Judy Garland, Frank Morgan, Ray Bolger, Bert Lahr, Jack Haley, Billie Burke and Margaret Hamilton. Garland stars as a young farm girl who is whisked to a magical land via tornado. While trying to get home she meets several enchanted friends on her journey to meet the titular wizard.
Director: Victor Fleming
Costumes: Adrian
Studio: MGM
Year: 1939

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Episode 35 - Stage Door

Episode 35 - Stage Door

"Stage Door" starring Katherine Hepburn, Ginger Rogers, Adolph Menjou, Gail Patrick, Ann Miller and Lucille Ball. Hepburn and Rogers lead an ensemble cast of ladies aspiring to make it big on Broadway at any cost.
Director: Gregory La Cava
Costumes: Muriel King
Studio: RKO
Year: 1937

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Episode 34 - Cabaret

Episode 34 - Cabaret

"Cabaret" starring Liza Minnelli, Michael York, Joel Grey, Helmut Griem, Marisa Bereson and Fritz Wepper. Liza Minnelli stars as a cabaret singer, who shows a sheltered Michael York the sometimes fantastic and sometimes tragic life of Berlin, all the while the rise of The Third Reich looms in the distance.
Director: Bob Fosse
Costumes: Charlotte Flemming
Studio: ABC Pictures/Allied Artists
Year: 1972

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Episode 33 - She Done Him Wrong

Episode 33 - She Done Him Wrong

"She Done Him Wrong" starring Mae West, Cary Grant, Owen More and Gilbert Roland. Mae West plays Lady Lou, a saloon singer, who is mixed up with various no good men. One good man who hangs around may want to do more than to save her soul.
Director: Lowell Sherman
Gowns: Edith Head
Studio: Paramount Pictures
Year: 1933

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Episode 32 - The Glass Bottom Boat

Episode 32 - The Glass Bottom Boat

"Glass Bottom Boat" starring Doris Day, Rod Taylor, Paul Lynde and Dom De Luise. Doris Day stars as the ghost writer to Rod Taylor, a dashing aerospace scientist who is in love with her. Things get complicated and hilarious when she is confused for a Russian Spy.
Director: Frank Tashlin
Gowns: Ray Aghayan
Studio: MGM
Year: 1966

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Episode 31 - Pride and Prejudice

Episode 31 - Pride and Prejudice

"Pride and Prejudice" starring Greer Garson, Lawrence Olivier, Ann Rutherford, Mary Boland and Edmund Gwenn. The Bennet family consisting of five unmarried daughters see an answer to their financial prayers when two wealthy bachelors come to town. Heads butt and passions flare in this adaptation of the beloved Jane Austen novel.
Director: Robert Z. Leonard
Gowns: Adrian
Mens Costumes: Gile Steele
Studio: MGM
Year: 1940

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Episode 30 - Blonde Crazy

Episode 30 - Blonde Crazy

"Blonde Crazy" starring James Cagney, Joan Blondell, Louis Calhern, Noel Francis, Ray Milland and Guy Kibbee. Cagney stars as a good time grifting bellboy who teams up with the glamorous Blondell to take their show on the road.
Director: Roy Del Ruth
Costumes: Earl Luick
Studio: Warner Bros.
Year: 1931

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