Petite, blonde, blue-eyed leading lady who rode the range with the beloved singing cowboy Gene Autry in ten enjoyable western programmers churned out at a furious rate by Republic Pictures from 1939-4...
Drew Barrymore has put the Montecito, California home where she exchanged vows with husband Will Kopelman on the market. The six bedroom property is up for sale at $7.5 million (£4.8 million).
RealEstalker.com reports the actress purchased the estate in June, 2010 for $5.7 million (£3.7 million). She wed art consultant Kopelman there in June, 2012.
The Chester Carjola-designed main house was built in 1937, and comes with a detached, two-storey guest property.
Pop star Katy Perry is moving on from her failed marriage by placing the Los Angeles home she bought with Russell Brand on the market. The California Gurls singer has put a $6.9 million (£4.3 million) price tag on the gated estate the couple purchased in the Hollywood Hills, near the fabled Chateau Marmont hotel.
The stars are said to have purchased the two-storey property for $6.5 million (£4 million) in June 2011 with plans to renovate it, but Brand ended up filing for divorce six months later, citing "irreconcilable differences".
According to real estate website Zillow.com, the 1920s mansion features seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms, a pool with a waterfall, a garden, a carriage house, and two guest suites.
Perry's divorce was finalised in July 2012, and she is now single again after her recent split from singer John Mayer.
Featured in "The Snake Pit", the landmark social drama directed by Anatole Litvak which realistically dealt with mental illness
Loaned out to Universal for a featured role in "First Love" starring Deanna Durbin
Co-starred with the popular singing cowboy Gene Autry in 10 westerns: "South of the Border", "Blue Montana Skies", "In Old Monterey", "Rancho Grande", "Home on the Prairie", "Colorado Sunset", "Carolina Moon", "Gaucho Serenade", "Mountain Rhythm" and "Rid
Signed a contract with Republic Pictures
Signed to 20th Century-Fox contract
Worked at Columbia, appearing in musical Westerns with the Hoosier Hot Shots and features such as "The Lone Wolf Takes a Chance", after Gene Autry enlisted in the army during World War II
Appeared in featured roles in films such as "Girls' Dormitory", "In Old Chicago", and "Island in the Sky"
Petite, blonde, blue-eyed leading lady who rode the range with the beloved singing cowboy Gene Autry in ten enjoyable western programmers churned out at a furious rate by Republic Pictures from 1939-40. After Autry enlisted to fight in WWII, Storey proved her competence in a wide variety of genres--melodramas, comedies, films noir and crime movies--in addition to musical westerns. In the years after her film career ended, Storey continued to appear at western memorabilia festivals.