There have been horses, cats, and dogs named MAE WEST and usually the blog lets such items pass along on their merry way. However, no smile could be withheld from this tidbit that gives us "paws" to consider.
• • Apparently, #Pawties and Events are where anipals and humans get together for a Twitterin’ good time. The #NipClub celebrated a four-legged salute to Cupid on Tuesday, 18 February 2014. We were told this: "Fashions varied dramatically, from the sweetly romantic ballgown of @MaggieMooseTrks to the spectacular black dress and hat with faux ostrich feathers favored by @Doggymolly for her cabaret pawformance as Mae West."
• • Lo and behold, Doggy Molly was all set for a sexy black-tie paw-ty ineed.
• • PHOTO: Does this graphic artist realize that "the bump" is Mae's backside, so his rendition is out-of-whack? No, probably not. Arf-arf. Woof-woof.
• • Source: The Anipal Times; February 2014 issue.
• • On Saturday, 18 February 1933 in The New Yorker • •
• • An article on Mae West and her new film "She Done Him Wrong" was printed in The New Yorker in their issue dated for Saturday, 18 February 1933.
• • On Saturday, 18 February 1933 • •
• • "She Done Him Wrong" — — Another Laugh Special • •
• • The Daily Times-News (Burlington, North Carolina) announced on Saturday, 18 February 1933 (on page 2): "Mae West on Friday and Saturday! She is a riot as diamond-decked Lady Lou, who did 'em all wrong (with Owen Moore, Cary Grant).
• • You will enjoy Miss West's colorful story, her racy dialogue, her stunning performance as Lady Lou. . . .
• • On 18 February 2004 • •
• • "Mae's return court date" was the title in The Villager, a weekly newspaper in Greenwich Village. The cast and the author of “Courting Mae West” celebrated after a staged reading before a full house at Jefferson Market Library.
• • Source: The Villager, Volume 73, Number 42 | February 18 — 24, 2004
• • Overheard in Hollywood • •
• • Despite the phenomenal success that Mae West has been enjoying during the past two years, she will not attain the apex of her screen career for at least three years more, that is to say, she will not reach her highest point until 1938, and she'll be married then, said an astrologer.
• • In Her Own Words • •
• • Mae West said: "I'm going to change my tempo and work very, very fast. This picture needs a big lift to pick up the speed and wake an audience up."
• • Quote, Unquote • •
• • A Cold Spring, NY paper mentioned Mae West.
• • "Brick Town Theatre Presents Dottie, Kate and Mae" • •
• • Rounding out the triple bill, company members Stephanie Hepburn and Nancy Larsen will recreate a "Chase and Sanborn Radio Hour" interview with Mae West. Both women are seasoned actors who have performed widely across the U.S. and abroad, on stage and screen.
• • Source: Item in Philipstown News; posted on Saturday, 16 November 2013
• • The Mae West Blog celebrates its 11th anniversary • •
• • Thank
you for reading, sending questions, and posting comments during these
past eleven years. The other day we entertained 3,497 visitors. And we reached a
milestone recently when we completed 3,300 blog posts. Wow!
• • By the Numbers • •
• • The Mae West Blog was started ten years ago in July 2004. You are reading the 3380th blog post.
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