Totally fascinated with Mark Rappaport's series of short video essays about various actors who, though genuine stars in their own right, probably never quite made it to the upper echelons of stardom and nowadays may be somehow forgotten about.
Through clips of their movies he traces their career steps and highlights elements of their performances that made them special.
It's such a relatively basic and simple but - when well done - effective concept that I am surprised not more people are doing it.
Surprised to hear that Paget already retired at just 29 years of age. And even more surprised that she started her career kissing Richard Conte on film... at just 14 years of age!
For me she will always be the woman who dances seductively wearing the most amazingly little Nothings in Fritz Lang's INDIAN TOMB. They sure don't make'em like they used to.