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We resume with two photos from Show Girl (1928), starring Gwen Lee and Alice White.  These were scanned from original photos, and feature almost-forgotten Lee Moran and Kate Price.

Next, Richard offers more satisfying gems:

Enjoy these stills and portraits from Gary:

Tor spotted some existing Buster Keaton photos from the movies, including Free and Easy (1930), Hollywood Cavalcade (1939), My Wife's Relations (1922), and Speak Easily (1932).

Our next update will be on Monday April 6.

March 31, 2009

Enjoy these international beauties, teamed up with U.S. superstars, courtesy of Richard:

John's back with a shot of Ann Sothern and Robert Young in Lady Be Good (1941).

Here are more scans from Chris:

Gary sent over six photos of Laurel and Hardy in Night Owls (1930), with Edgar Kennedy.

Ricardo spotted an Ingrid Bergman photo from Indiscreet (1958).  He also identified two Joan Crawford images from Forsaking All Others (1934) and Untamed (1929).

March 25, 2009

Richard telexed over three new international ladies:

Gary prepared several more scans:

March 24, 2009

Bob brought over two neato Joan Crawford photos to get us started today.  Then, in a more somber mood, he reached into his satchel for new Lon Chaney, Sr. scan from London After Midnight (1927).

Next, Paul has seven photos from Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (1943), featuring Lon Chaney, Jr., Patric Knowles, Bela Lugosi, and Ilona Massey.

Gary returns from the wilds, with more stills and portraits:

Benoit scanned a beautiful new Greta Garbo photo for us.

March 23, 2009

More spiffy movie stills and portraits from Gary:

Richard drives for the hoop, with three lovely ladies:  Katherine DeMille, Frances Farmer, and Josephine Hutchinson.

We upgraded the poster artwork for Another Dawn (1937).

March 19, 2009

We begin with three international beauties, courtesy of Richard:

Next, here's another behind-the-scenes monster photo from Paul, featuring make-up artist Jack Pierce.  He's working on Lon Chaney, Jr. in Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (1943).

Joe arrived by 20-mule team with a new photos of:

More splendid scans from Chris:

Gary prepared more stills and portraits for our delectation:

March 18, 2009

     

Richard dusted off some international photos and sent them over.  Today we have three 1960's sexy bombshells:

Next, Bob livens the party with a shot of sultry Yvonne De Carlo.

Gary's back with Veronica Lake in tow.  We have two photos of her, including one from This Gun for Hire (1942).

Rikke flew in from Vegas with three Elvi.

Makeup artist Jack Pierce readies Lon Chaney, Jr. in House of Dracula (1945).  Thanks to Paul for this fascinating behind-the-scenes image.

We conclude with two pictures of Audrey Hepburn in War and Peace (1956), with Jeremy Brett and Mel Ferrer.

 

March 16, 2009

Enjoy these great images from Gary:

Chris has more fine pictures:

 

March 15, 2009

Here are three happy-go-lucky Teutonic guys, from Richard:

Chris sent over some beautiful new shots:

We upgraded the poster artwork for Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves (1944).

Gary brings us more movie stills and portraits:

 

March 14, 2009

We have five new scans today:

  • Our Gang - four pictures in our continuing series, including one from Arbor Day (1936).  The kids featured in these photos include Alfalfa (and his brother Harold), Darla, Mary Ann, Spanky, and Wheezer

  • Eleanor Parker - this is for Carrie

Richard's next, with three new photos:

Frances brought in a beautiful shot of voluptuous Jayne Mansfield in Kiss Them for Me (1957).  Thanks to Ricardo for the ID.

Here's a photo of actress/director Ida Lupino around 1935, prepared by Nick.  Then he came through with another splendid image:  Jean Simmons in Désirée (1954).

Joe prepared several new images:

John returned from his intergalactic travels to present us with a nice photo of June Allyson, who looks ready to turn in for the evening, and Lana Turner in Honky Tonk (1941), who seems to have similar intentions.

Bob sizzles with three more gorgeous scans:

Brent sent in a new photo of Ginger Rogers in Heartbeat (1946).

Let's end with some stills and portraits courtesy of Gary:

March 5, 2009

     

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