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A reminder to set your DVRs for The Best Years of Our Lives airing Wednesday February @ as part of the 31 Days of Oscar...

Elizabeth Taylor with her husband, British actor Michael Wilding (right) at the 26th Academy Awards, held at the RKO Pantages Theatre, Hollywood, California, 25th March 1954. Taylor and Wilding presented the award for Best Documentary Feature to Walt Disney for The Living Desert

Elizabeth Taylor with her husband, British actor Michael Wilding (right) at the 26th Academy Awards, held at the RKO Pantages Theatre, Hollywood, California, 25th March 1954. Taylor and Wilding presented the award for Best Documentary Feature to Walt Disney for The Living Desert

Joan Fontaine (1917 - living in Carmel, California) in "Suspicion" (1941) - Photo via Classic Movie Favorites - She is the younger sister of Olivia de Haviland.

Joan Fontaine (1917 - living in Carmel, California) in "Suspicion" (1941) - Photo via Classic Movie Favorites - She is the younger sister of Olivia de Haviland.

Son of Sinbad (RKO, 1955). Insert (14" X 36"). Fantasy. Starring Dale Robertson, Sally Forrest, Lili St. Cyr, Vincent Price, and Mari Blanchard. Directed by Ted Tetzlaff.

Son of Sinbad (RKO, 1955). Insert (14" X 36"). Fantasy. Starring Dale Robertson, Sally Forrest, Lili St. Cyr, Vincent Price, and Mari Blanchard. Directed by Ted Tetzlaff.

Alice Adams //   Directed by	George Stevens  Produced by	Pandro S. Berman  Written by	Dorothy Yost, Mortimer Offner, and Jane Murfin  Starring	Katharine Hepburn  Fred MacMurray  Fred Stone  Evelyn Venable  Music by	Max Steiner and Roy Webb  Cinematography	Robert De Grasse  Editing by	Jane Loring  Studio	RKO Radio Pictures  Distributed by	RKO Radio Pictures  Release date(s)	August 15, 1935

Alice Adams // Directed by George Stevens Produced by Pandro S. Berman Written by Dorothy Yost, Mortimer Offner, and Jane Murfin Starring Katharine Hepburn Fred MacMurray Fred Stone Evelyn Venable Music by Max Steiner and Roy Webb Cinematography Robert De Grasse Editing by Jane Loring Studio RKO Radio Pictures Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures Release date(s) August 15, 1935

Winner 1946: THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES (1946). Dir.: William Wyler. Prod.: Samuel Goldwyn. Distributor: RKO

Winner 1946: THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES (1946). Dir.: William Wyler. Prod.: Samuel Goldwyn. Distributor: RKO

ANN MILLER. Born: April 12, 1923 in Texas. Died: Jan 22, 2004 (age 80) of lung cancer in LA. Aged 13 she was discovered by Lucille Ball when she was hired as a dancer in the "Black Cat Club" in 'Frisco, (she told them she was 18) this led Miller to be given a contract with RKO in 1936 til 1940, she then signed with Columbia Pictures in 1941, ending in 1946. She finally hit her mark in MGM musicals such as "Easter Parade" (1948). In 2001 she took her last role playing Coco in "Mulholland…

ANN MILLER. Born: April 12, 1923 in Texas. Died: Jan 22, 2004 (age 80) of lung cancer in LA. Aged 13 she was discovered by Lucille Ball when she was hired as a dancer in the "Black Cat Club" in 'Frisco, (she told them she was 18) this led Miller to be given a contract with RKO in 1936 til 1940, she then signed with Columbia Pictures in 1941, ending in 1946. She finally hit her mark in MGM musicals such as "Easter Parade" (1948). In 2001 she took her last role playing Coco in "Mulholland…

Lucille in a scene with Desi Arnaz for the movie "Forever, Darling". (wow, what a dress!) #modcloth #styleicon

Lucille in a scene with Desi Arnaz for the movie "Forever, Darling". (wow, what a dress!) #modcloth #styleicon