About This Blog

All About Rudolph Valentino Blog is a true labor of love featuring vintage newspaper articles, pictures, quotes and much more.  These newsworthy articles, tell readers a different life story from first hand experience.  They were both famous and non-famous  people who heard his voice on the wireless or seen him during public affairs events, first experiencing the joy of seeing ALL movies as they came out,  had a personal experience with him, or were a loved one,  work colleague, friend or family..  All with a story to tell and more information for us to excitedly read.

“In the beginning all the fuss and furor, especially the morning sadden me. But later I realized they were snatching not at me but at their dreams.” Rudolph Valentino, The Eagle movie premiere..

Since my first published blog post and researching new material I have found so much more undiscovered information only shared here.  I ask if you use any blog’s content that I researched, wrote or paid for, please credit this blog and me.

11 Comments

11 thoughts on “About This Blog

  1. Michael Morris

    Interesting material you have presented here on Natacha Rambova.
    Regards,
    Michael Morris (her biographer)

    • Michael Morris

      I loved that photo you had of her on a dig. That looks like an early expedition, possibly in the 1930s? Also, where did you get that lovely quote from her about her dream of having a library dedicated to religious symbolism? You are right, there are many things yet to be discovered about that fabulous lady and your attention to her was well crafted. I am soon to come out with another book, a compendium of Rambova material that I was not able to publish in my biography of her back in 1991.
      All best wishes,
      Michael Morris

  2. Emma P.

    Great, informative and detailed blog. Thanks a lot!

  3. Beautiful blog.

  4. Mike

    The vintage newspaper articles show different angles on Rudys life I never knew before.Informative I truly enjoy when new articles are posted. Keep up the good work…

  5. My mother and father knew George B. Wehner well. In fact, they met at a seance at Wehner’s house in February 1941. My father was living in Wehner’s house at the time, employed as the orchestrator of his upcoming Piano concerto, which was premiered in August of the same year. I found your summary of his life very helpful.

  6. Susanna

    LOVE reading all of the interesting articles and pictures you post here on Rudolph Valentino. There are very few sites out there for a fan to go. I am so glad this blog is here!

  7. Thank you for your dedication and consistent posting to this blog. I just discovered Valentino as part of the family history project where I am learning what it meant to be an Italian immigrant and an Italian-American during the early 20th century. Rudy’s experiences were very typical of the fear and misunderstanding caused by the great wave of immigrants from Southern Italy beginning in the late 19th century. Thanks to the large collection of news articles you have curated, I now can see that even at the higher levels of society some of his peers and the press were just as prejudiced. You have created a valuable resource and I encourage you to continue your work.

  8. thank you for your interest in fiction “love for eternity” I’m glad you like it I appreciate your blog, there’s a lot of unpublished information
    I will post the continuation of the adventures of Rudy and Louise I hope you like them
    the adventure continues do not hesitate to comment
    Lady Letty

  9. Thank you for your work . I have learned things from your blog that have not been included in any of his biographies.

  10. Beth Sackett

    I am very happy I found your blog. You have done quite a bit of research and I have learned a lot. There is so much mis information out there about Rudy and Natacha so this for we was very welcome. Thank you very much.

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