What I intend to do

English: Ouida Bergère (1886-1974) circa 1920

English: Ouida Bergère (1886-1974) circa 1920 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

d4ljvz9qe6ouuoThis is going to be a blog about facts about that great and wonderful man Basil Rathbone. It is not going to be about fantasy or imagination or scurlous rumors. If you want facts then come here and read all about this amazing man and his joyous marriage to Ouida Bergere.


6 thoughts on “What I intend to do

  1. Wow! Alyssia! I am so proud of you! Thank God for someone who finally stands up for the truth and is not pulled in by stupid rumors! When The Baz first started up I was very excited. I looked forward to every post with eager anticipation – and then they began to post things I knew must not be true, they contradicted with everything I’d read about our dear Basil. It is disconcerting and downright unpleasant to read the blog anymore. Through my attempts to uphold Mr. Rathbone’s honor I’ve noticed you doing the same thing several times. I feel like it is sort of you and me against the world. 🙂 But just know, I am fully behind your endeavor here. I look forward to reading your posts form now on! Best of luck and God bless you!

    • Thank you. Don’t be put off by what other people say. The Baz is just posting scurilous things to try and get popularity. She doesnt check her cats and just posts anything anyone sends with verufying. Of course those leters are not real. Basil would nevr have written obscene things like that to any woman let alone to the mad person that Madame X was. The truth is she was pusruing him and she tried to kill herslef when he rejected her and the letters were faked by her and given to an interviewer who beleievd they were real. NeveR could have found that out if she wanted to but she prefered just to post them.Thanks for your support. Please keep visiting

  2. Alyssia: Having worked in Hollywood and been around many professionals in the industry, you better check your facts because they are wrong, wrong, wrong. Also, suggest you learn how to spell when you put up a website that’s seen around the world. “Scurlous,” “promuscuous,” “hapilly” “religous” are just a few examples, along with sloppy grammar. You obviously have some kind of obsession going on here and you are anything but professional. Good luck with your blog – you’re going to need all the help you can get.

  3. Just a suggestion…use a spell check. Your home page is covered in misspelled words; visitors will wonder how just how true your “facts” are if you can’t present them in a reasonably literate way. I’m not being rude, this is just common sense.

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