In 1975, MAE WEST issued her latest book: "Mae West on Sex, Health, and ESP" [London: W.H. Allen]. A New York City based cabaret duo has taken a great deal of inspiration from this.
• • Ilyana Kadushin wrote: Please join me at the last 2014 performance of my work in progress musical, based on Mae West's book "Sex, Health and ESP" on Wednesday evening, 3 December at the Slipper Room: 167 Orchard St., NYC.
• • On Tuesday, 3 December 1935 • •
• • The Cornell Daily Sun, Volume 56, Number 59, 3 December 1935 ran an interesting article — "The Champ Meets a Notable." Illustrating the text was a photo of Mae West standing between two men: heavyweight champ Jim Braddock and his buddy Joe Zigg. It seems that Mae gave these handsome fellows a tour of Hollywood film studios. Mae could always spot a good-looking guy.
• • On Friday, 3 December 1965 • •
• • "Day Tripper" is a song by The Beatles, released as a double A-side single with "We Can Work It Out" on Friday, 3 December 1965 in the U.K. Mae West covered this song on her 1966 album "Way Out West." Her album was re-released in 2008 on CD.
• • Overheard in Hollywood • •
• • William Le Baron, who has signed a new term contract with Paramount, is currently concerned with the Mae West, W. C. Fields, Gladys Swarthout, Jan Kiepura, and Burns and Allen pictures, plus an Alaskan aerial adventure film and a story for Carole Lombard.
• • In Her Own Words • •
• • Mae West said: "People just don't eat right. For breakfast, I have sliced apples and raisins. Or fruit with a syrup made of powdered almonds, milk, and honey. At night all I have is a salad. During the day I drink carrot juice."
• • Quote, Unquote • •
• • Biographer Diana Souhami mentioned Mae West.
• • From Diana Souhami’s critically acclaimed biography of lesbian painter Hannah Gluckstein [Open Road Media, 2014], there is this curious tidbit about Mae West: She saw Mae West in "I'm no Angel." Gluckstin wrote in her journal: "Gawd! I was fascinated but I never want to see her again." ...
• • British painter Hannah Gluckstein, born on 13 August 1895, died on 10 January 1978.
• • Source: Item in "Gluck: Her Biography"; published in an e-book in December 2014
• • The Mae West Blog celebrates its 10th anniversary • •
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