Thursday, July 22, 2021

Responding to Some Grade A Innuendo

Simon Constable is truly a one-note Johnny... slathering his innuendo once again on Ullman. I ask why. What does he have against this man? 

He never offers a tiny explanation as to why Ullman would be so cruel to plant the Pink Powder Puff editorial and publicity is not an answer. Does anyone disagree that at that time Valentino needed no publicity as he was fairly drowning in it? Does anyone disagree that the one topic Rudy would never have agreed to use as publicity was the subject of his being effeminate? Never. Are we to believe Valentino agreed to having his father insulted? 

Every aspect of Constable's concocted version of events is ridiculous. Shapiro would know much less than George Ullman and everyone else in Valentino's actual inner circle at the time who were first hand witnesses to the situation. Ludicrous. There were almost countless witnesses testifying to the opposite. This is a prime example of Constable cherry picking things out of context to create a false scenario. And he does this while attempting on many occasions to take credit for my discoveries and while banning even my name from the Facebook group so I could not respond or comment. (see below)

I think Constable is obsessed with impugning Ullman (and Mennillo) because these are the two men whose families I discovered and met with. I had exclusive access to their family archives. I found the Appeals Court records and told the story according to court records and for the first time.

The only reason Constable stays on this one, in my opinion, is to gain favor with Tracy Terhune and the Alberto Valentino family. God help us if he ever decided to get off the, “Get Ullman” band wagon and do some ground breaking research on a new topic...such as investigating where those court records are today, why they were stolen and by whom? There is a mystery he should really and heroically sink his teeth into and he might begin by interviewing Jeanine Villalobos, Tracy Terhune, Donna Hill, Sylvia Huber and Jim Craig.

In the course of researching a book I am currently writing, I did uncover new facts (not hearsay) about that Pink Powder Puff editorial and Constable's smarmy innuendo will look pretty idiotic when this is presented. I would invite Constable to review the entire body of evidence in Ullman's story and not just search desperately for anything he can use against him. I think this says much, much more about Constable than Ullman.

Why would Ullman engage in anything which could affect Rudy in a negative way as this clearly did. Anyone implying that Rudy was in on this is fairly insane. In my opinion this is Constable brand crap innuendo served up with Terhune salivating all over it. It is getting boring and really obvious.

What a shame these awful people, who ban all of the new documentation we share openly...are permitted even the tiniest presence in the Valentino community. Their motive and intent is to assassinate the very people Rudy loved most and their efforts stand as a tragic vestige of the resentment of Alberto Valentino. (Below evidence of the true motive behind these assaults on Ullman and Mennillo on Mad About the Boy)




6 comments:

  1. For how many years (or is it decades at this point) has this individual proclaimed that he is on the verge of publishing a book about Valentino that will blow the lid off everything understood about the star to date? Or that he is researching and preparing a definitive study of Rex Ingram, the definitive takedown of George Ullman, a magnum opus on Jean Acker? It’s all too easy to toot your own horn and assert your preeminence when no one notices that you never make good on your exalted claims. And he can count on his constituency not noticing. His Ullman evisceration will go the way of “A Silent Life”, 20 years in production and counting. Another victim of sad delusions of Valentino glory.

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    1. I would like the person in question to please explain why Ullman would want to deliberately sabotage his only client, probably the most recognized Hollywood star at that time. We will wait.

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  2. Contrary to the usual false information flowing from Facebook, Alberto Guglielmi was no where around when Valentino read the PPP story. Valentino read it during a layover in Chicago while he and Ullman were on their way to New York. Alberto and family had left for New York previously on another train. According to Affairs Valentino, Ullman did show Valentino the article, but later said he regretted doing so. The insinuation that it was Ullman, not Valentino, who wrote the response to a rival newspaper is untrue and very demeaning, as if Valentino wasn't capable of defending himself against slurs like the PPP garbage. One only has to read Valentino's passionately heated response to recognize the quintessence of his character.

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  3. So true, makes Valentino look as if he had no brains.Valentino was no idiot.

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  4. Still.. Why do The Alberto family hate George Ulmann so much? I mean it's not like he stole money from Rudy's estate, on the contrary he was a capabile and honest executor of his Will and managed to pay off all of Valentino's debt, and also made some extra money for The estate. It just doesnt make sense to me. Maybe there îs some thing else that we do not know about this...

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    1. Could it be Alberto was pissed because he wasn't chosen by Rudy to be the executor? Also, Alberto knew about Paragraph Fourth of the will, but kept quiet about it. As long as it was never found, he shared the bulk of Valentino's estate with Maria and Rambova's aunt Teresa. Ullman completely ruined his plans by finding the page of the will that said Jean was the sole heir. I think Alberto carried a lifelong grudge of always being passed over for someone else.

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