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  1. Mary Gray, AKA Sally Fairchild Ladies Love Brutes: Mimi Howell Holiday: Julia Seton The Lash: Rosita Garcia 1931 The Royal Bed: Princess Anne Other Men's Women: Lily Kulper Behind Office Doors: Mary Linden The Sin Ship: Frisco Kitty White Shoulders: Norma Selbee Lost film Smart Woman: Mrs. Nancy Gibson Men of Chance: Martha Silk 1932 The Lost ...

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Astor_familyAstor family - Wikipedia

    The Astor family achieved prominence in business, society, and politics in the United States and the United Kingdom during the 19th and 20th centuries. With ancestral roots in the Italian Alps, the Astors settled in Germany, first appearing in North America in the 18th century with John Jacob Astor, one of the wealthiest people in history

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  5. 01/08/2017 · A Stranger In My Arms 1959. Jeff Chandler, June Allyson, Mary Astor, Sandra Dee, Charles Coburn An Air Force major (Jeff Chandler) loves a so-called hero's widow (June Allyson) at her snooty mother-in-law's (Mary Astor) Southern mansion.

  6. Zudem missfiel dem Hotelbesitzer John Astor der anzügliche Name des Drinks, so dass er in Red Snapper umbenannt wurde. In den 1950er Jahren servierte man den Drink dann wieder als Bloody Mary. Zwischenzeitlich hatte Wladimir Smirnov sein Unternehmen an Rudolph Kunett verkauft, der es in die USA verlagerte und die Wodka-Marke Smirnoff international bekannt machte.

  7. The Bloody Mary has been a part of St. Regis history since 1934 when a bartender Fernand Petiot introduced the “Red Snapper,” which would later be renamed the Bloody Mary. The famed cocktail was created when Serge Obolensky, a well-known man about town whose penchant for vodka was in keeping with his aristocratic Russian background, asked Petiot to make the vodka cocktail he had in Paris.