Links to the past:
LAST MOVIE OUTPOST: A deep dive into the hedonism of the Garden of Allah, a Hollywood hot spot from the late 20s through the end of the 50s where such A-listers as Errol Flynn used to romp with abandon.
EXTRATV: Phil Spector, the legendary producer who had spent the last dozen years of his life in prison for the 2003 murder of actress Lana Clarkson, has died at 81 after a bout with COVID-19.
VARIETY: One of Spector's most famous protégées, and one whose career he indisputably hobbled, Darlene Love, says:
“You know, the whole thing was like a bad marriage. It’s a marriage that was abusive — not just physically, but mentally. That’s what Phil was trying to do with me. He wanted to control not Darlene, but the talent.”
PEOPLE: Betty White turns 99 Sunday, telling the AP she will stay up as late as she wants. She told People Magazine the secret to her longevity is positivity.
INSTAGRAM: Guy Madison's kid brother Wayne Mallory has died two days shy of his 96th.