- Size: 16 x 12 inches
Take a closer look at the James Dean Tin Sign.
The rare James Dean Bobblehead shown here is a limited edition collectible.
He’s available on Amazon – just click through the picture or link for more information.
I would love, love, love to cover our Christmas tree with stars from the Golden Age of Hollywood, as well as characters from Classic TV. The only problem is, a lifetime of Christmas ornament collecting already produces a very full Christmas tree.
The only option is clear… a second tree! I have the spot picked out – right next to my computer desk. This way I can look at my beloved stars of yesterday as I work all day. Problem solved.
The Carlton Cards Heirloom James Dean Christmas Ornament, above, is just the sort of ornament I’m talking about.
Fans of James Dean will want this ornament (as well as the one below). We have to act fast, though, there aren’t many left! Click throgh the image or the link above for more information.
You’ll also want to check out the James Dean Christmas ornament below. This one is the Carlton Cards 10th Anniversary Heirloom Collection James Dean Ornament… and remember how I said fans need to act SOON? There’s only one of these left in stock on Amazon! This one’s obviously a collector’s dream come true.
There’s nothing quite like watching a movie from the Golden Age of Hollywood. Whether it’s a Musical, Western, Comedy, Romance, or Drama – if it’s on, I’m not too far away… with popcorn in hand and a couple of cats nearby.
Below are a few Old Hollywood movie reviews I’ve done on the blog. There are, as you’d imagine, a lot more to come. – Joi (“Joy”)
We’re in the Money (Joan Blondell, Glenda Farrell)
The Naked Spur (James Stewart, Janet Leigh)
The Prince and the Showgirl (Marilyn Monroe, Laurence Olivier)
The White Sister (Helen Hayes, Clark Gable)
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Howard Keel, Jane Powell, Russ Tamblyn, Julie Newmar)
Rio Bravo (John Wayne, Dean Martin, Angie Dickinson, Ricky Nelson, Walter Brennan)
El Dorado (John Wayne, Robert Mitchum, James Caan, Charlene Holt,Michele Carey)
Rio Grande (John Wayne, Maureen O’Hara)
Frankenstein and Bride of Frankenstein (What is it With Me and These Movies??)
The Stooge (Jerry Lewis’ favorite Lewis and Martin Movie… for good reason.)
More Reviews of Old Movies (also known as the Best movies!)
Ginger (Ginger Rogers)
Steps in Time (Fred Astaire)
Debbie Reynolds: Unsinkable
Enchantment (Audrey Hepburn)