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Two Hollywood insiders fill a fictional tale with real-life scandals.
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BLind item GoSSiP! I love blind items. Blind items are the gossip stories that are so scandalous that the gossiper won't reveal names, so you have to guess who they're talking about. Sometimes they're obvious and you can figure them out ...
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Nor were the Hudson biographers aware of Mike Connolly's contemporary blind item on Hudson , Calhoun , and U - I . As for Connolly's claim that U - I bought Calhoun's silence with highly compensated work in another picture , Calhoun did ...
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“Did you read the blind gossip column Sandra is alleged to have written?” Joan's slim shoulders stiffened. “No. That rubbish wasn't fit to be published. Sean Clough should have had more sense, but he saw an opportunity to make money.
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“Did you read the blind gossip column Sandra is alleged to have written?” Joan's slim shoulders stiffened. “No. That rubbish wasn't fit to be published. Sean Clough should have had more sense, but he saw an opportunity to make money.
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... to give Alan a second thought , having already made up his mind that it was a minor event with no gossip potential . ... just the beginnings of a blind item - I knew that by keeping my mouth shut , I was protecting Alan Dillinger ...
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TWiTMTTWTTT Not so long ago, gossip columnists considered blind items—those delicious pieces of gossip so ... the New York Post Steven Garbarino THE DEBATE Pro: “Sometime, you make it a blind item because you're not sure it's fact.
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The so-called blind item, begun by Winchell, is still in use in our day. Here, from the August , , Page Six of the New York Post, is a small gathering of such items: WHICH well-liked pro golfer once switched sponsors because he needed ...
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He would hint at news that propriety or the libel laws would not permit him to report openly. Among the Winchell devices were the blind item (“What married producer of three Broadway musicals pays rent for a chorus girl in each?
Blind Gossip from books.google.com
See also gossip magazines gossip magazines, 15, 41, 136, 163, 173, 195, 202, 208, 212; acceptable behavior, defining and policing of, 144; blind item, 38; flourishing of, 134; golden age of, 135; guilt by association, 211; hyperbole, ...