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In Hollywood’s Golden Age, she was hailed as the “Queen of Technicolor” but was said to have lived such a normal and wholesome life off screen that apparently no one ever thought it worthwhile to write a full-length biography of her career.
This week, the oddest DVD to appear on release lists is:
“The Hungover Games”
Even though the next installment of “The Hunger Games” is months away, and there’s no firm word yet on a fourth outing for the party-hearty Wolf Pack dudes of “The Hangover,” parody fans can have their cake and eat it too with “The Hungover Games” (due out on DVD Tuesday).
Although he was born in Tioga, Texas, Hollywood’s premiere singing cowboy Gene Autry sports deep enough Oklahoma roots to have a whole town in Carter County named in his honor. The legend of his show-biz career – he’s the only entertainer with five stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (for radio, recordings, motion pictures, television and live performance) – is amply documented and the stuff of enduring pride in this adopted native son.