Hooray for Old Hollywood!

Long before Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Scarlett Johansson, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt were big names in the movies, actors such as Chaplin, Dietrich, Bogart, and Gable were considered the ultimate in star power. Read about some of the great actors and actresses who may be gone, but will certainly not be forgotten.

Robert Mitchum: "baby, I don't care" by Lee Server

Dark lover: the life and death of Rudolph Valentino by Emily W. Leider

Bogart by A.M. Sperber and Eric Lax

Man on the flying trapeze: the life and times of W.C. Fields by Simon Louvish

Pickford: the woman who made Hollywood by Eileen Whitfield

Charlie Chaplin and his times by Kenneth S. Lynn

Clark Gable: a biography by Warren Harris

Dark victory: the life of Bette Davis by Ed Sikov

Mae West: it ain't no sin by Simon Louvish

'Tis herself: a memoir by Maureen O'Hara with John Nicoletti

Ava Gardner: love is nothing by Lee Server

Gary Cooper: an American hero by Jeffrey Meyers

Ida Lupino: a biography by William Donati

I know where I'm going: Katharine Hepburn, a personal biography by Charlotte Chandler

Hollywood diva: a biography of Jeanette MacDonald by Edward Baron Turk

As I am: an autobiography by Patricia Neal with Richard DeNeut

Paul Newman: a life by Shawn Levy

The million dollar mermaid by Esther Williams with Digby Diehl

Cary Grant: a class apart by Graham McCann

Gregory Peck: a charmed life by Lynn Haney

American prince: a memoir by Tony Curtis

Ernie: the autobiography by Ernest Borgnine