Contest Directions: Here's your opportunity to take your favorite celebrity and make them time travel. Create a black and white image of a celebrity or celebrities as if they had lived back in the 20s, 30s, or 40s. You cannot simply turn an image of a celebrity into a B&W one. The surroundings and clothing must reflect the period.
Chucklebuck After distinguishing himself as a brilliant aviation pioneer and amassing a gigantic personal fortune, Saddam Hughes descended into madness and spent his last years living in a primitive underground dugout or "spider hole."
Rumors of his mental illness circulated widely during the 40's and 50's prompting many an American to wonder, "Is Saddam Hughes sane?"
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This contest is fueled by the following news: Wearing a dark pantsuit, a gray haired woman is seen purposefully walking across a New York Street. Filmed from far off, her image barely is in focus. However, it is unmistakably Greta Garbo. A voice over by Julie Christie advises that the figure on the street is one of the most celebrated people of all time. Christie is narrating a new documentary film called "Garbo." Garbo died in 1990. The film contains old and new interviews from those people who knew the film legend the best, including a conversation with Clarence Brown who directed Garbo in "Flesh and the Devil," a 1926 silent film that will air on TCM immediately following the documentary broadcast.