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Celeste Holm

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Bibliography:

Books:

Referenced in:

  • The Great Movie Stars 2: The International Years by David Shipman (New York: Little, Brown & Co., 1995).
  • Forties Film Talk: Oral Histories of Hollywood by Doug McClelland (Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co., Inc., 1992).
  • Hollywood Players: The Forties by James Robert Parish and Lennard De Carl (New Rochelle, NY: Arlington House Publishers, 1976).

The Books/ Plays of her Films:

  • "Three Little Girls in Blue" by Stephen Powys.
  • Gentleman's Agreement by Laura Z. Hobson (1947).
  • Snake Pit by Mary Jane Ward (1946).
  • "Chicken Every Sunday" by Julius and Philip Epstein.
  • Letter to Five Wives by John Klemper.
         (inspiration for A LETTER TO THREE WIVES).
  • "The Tender Trap" by Max Shulman and Robert Paul Smith (1955).
  • "The Philadelphia Story" by Philip Barry (1940).
         (inspiration for HIGH SOCIETY).
  • "Bachelor Flat" by Budd Grossman.
  • The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain.
  • "Trois Hommes et un Couffin" by Coline Serreau.
         (inspiration for THREE MEN AND A BABY).
For more information about locating any of the above books, visit this page: Classic Movie Merchandise: Books.

Articles:

Biographical:

  • "Celeste Holm" Current Biography (1944): 299-302.

Features:

  • Blumenthal, Ralph.  "A Second Career: Getting the Arts into the Schools."  New York Times (25 April 1996): C13.
  • Smyth, Mitchell.  "At 73 she wants to return to TV."  The Toronto Star (6 September 1992): D5.
  • Green, Blake.  "Offstage with Celeste Holm."  Newsday (29 April 1991): II 39.
  • Blanford, Linda.  "First Person: Too Much a Lady, a profile of Celeste Holm."  The Guardian (20 November 1985).
  • Dalton, Joseph.  "Using the Arts to Help; Celeste Holm 'For the Kids.'"  The Washington Post (29 June 1978): B1.
  • Davis, F.  "Celeste Holm."  Films in Review 25.7 (August/September 1974): 445.
  • Pickard, R.  "Celeste Holm."  Films in Review 24.10 (December 1973): 633.
  • Loney, G.  "Holm is where the heart is."  After Dark 6.1 (May 1973): 60.
  • Elfron, E.  "Look Who's in Nancy."  TV Guide 18.50 (12 December 1970): 53.
  • "Celeste at the Plaza."  Cue 14.2 (13 January 1945): 8.

Citations:

  • Vanity Fair n.469 (September 1999): 30+.
  • Vanity Fair (April 1999).
  • Los Angeles Times (27 November 1992): F2.
  • New York Times (21 October 1985): C18.
  • Films in Review 25.7 (August/September 1974): 445.
  • Photoplay 24.10 (October 1973): 50.
  • Photoplay 84.1 (July 1973): 8.
  • Silver Screen 21.1 (November 1950): 37.
  • Silver Screen 20.3 (January 1950): 46.
  • Picturegoer 19.772 (18 February 1950): 11.
  • Photoplay n. 34 (January 1949): 63.
  • Life (6 November 1944).
  • New York Herald Tribune (11 July 1943): VI 1+.
  • PM (15 August 1943): 27.

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