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We were sorry to learn of the passing on Sunday of Mickey Rooney. His performing career spanned 92 years (he first appeared onstage, in his parents’ vaudeville act, at the age 17 months); that’s a record that will likely never be broken.

And we are not ashamed to admit that we are suckers for Andy Hardy movies. Rest in peace, Mickey.

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In 1926, gossip columnist Jimmy Starr authored “365 Nights in Hollywood,” a collection of short stories about Tinseltown. It was published in a limited edition of 1000, each one signed and numbered by the author.

Here’s “Memories,” the last story from that 1926 collection: http://www.cladriteradio.com/archives/7812

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In 1926, gossip columnist Jimmy Starr authored “365 Nights in Hollywood,” a collection of short stories about Tinseltown. It was published in a limited edition of 1000, each one signed and numbered by the author.

Here’s Part Two of “The Twenty-Foot Kiss,” a not-so-short story from that 1926 collection: http://www.cladriteradio.com/archives/7766

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In 1926, gossip columnist Jimmy Starr authored “365 Nights in Hollywood,” a collection of short stories about Tinseltown. It was published in a limited edition of 1000, each one signed and numbered by the author.

Here’s Part One of “The Twenty-Foot Kiss,” a not-so-short story from that 1926 collection: http://www.cladriteradio.com/archives/7758

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In 1926, gossip columnist Jimmy Starr authored “365 Nights in Hollywood,” a collection of short stories about Tinseltown. It was published in a limited edition of 1000, each one signed and numbered by the author.

Here’s “Bunk Boulevard,” a story from that 1926 collection: http://www.cladriteradio.com/archives/7730

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In 1926, gossip columnist Jimmy Starr authored “365 Nights in Hollywood,” a collection of short stories about Tinseltown. It was published in a limited edition of 1000, each one signed and numbered by the author.

Here’s “The Ghost Run,” a story from that 1926 collection: http://www.cladriteradio.com/archives/7726

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In 1926, gossip columnist Jimmy Starr authored “365 Nights in Hollywood,” a collection of short stories about Tinseltown. It was published in a limited edition of 1000, each one signed and numbered by the author.

Here’s “Synthetic Scenarios,” a story from that 1926 collection: http://www.cladriteradio.com/archives/7720

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In 1926, gossip columnist Jimmy Starr authored “365 Nights in Hollywood,” a collection of short stories about Tinseltown. It was published in a limited edition of 1000, each one signed and numbered by the author.

Here’s Part 2 of “Stealing Cupid’s Stuff,” a not-so-short story from that 1926 collection: http://www.cladriteradio.com/archives/7699

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In 1926, gossip columnist Jimmy Starr authored “365 Nights in Hollywood,” a collection of short stories about Tinseltown. It was published in a limited edition of 1000, each one signed and numbered by the author.

Here’s Part 1 of “Stealing Cupid’s Stuff,” a not-so-short story from that 1926 collection: http://www.cladriteradio.com/archives/7692

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In Their Words: Buster Keaton