Thursday, April 23, 2015

An outwardly unpretentious Spanish Mission type house

Deanna Durbin, Mr. Snelling reports as attractive, unspoilt, living in Laughlin Park, opposite Cecil B. de Mille's place, in an outwardly unpretentious Spanish Mission type house, which almost abuts a private road, with a garden on a hill slope overlooking the film city, a swimming pool, aquarium and statutes (individually floodlit at night) landscaping, and an interior richly decorated in period fashion. Her mother and father live with her.

Evening Post,
7 April 1938
Page 21

1 comment:

Stephen Stratford said...

We had Deanna Durbin records when I was a kid. That is, my parents did. She could really sing.