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Today we have another photo of the original IT Girl, Clara Bow.  It's from Call Her Savage (1932).

Dick Wessel invites Anne Jeffreys to a necktie party in Dick Tracy vs. Cueball (1946).

Peter's back with more great movie scans:

Diana sent us more fine scans:

July 31, 2013

Here is former studio extra Edwina Booth posing in a sexy get-up just before leaving for Africa to co-star in Trader Horn (1931).

Next we have popular 1930's actress Madge Evans.

Clara Bow strikes a boudoir pose in Her Wedding Night (1930).  We added a bonus shot of her from that same film.

Evelyn Brent makes a return visit with two photos:  a still from Darkened Rooms (1929) with Neil Hamilton, and a posed shot.

Michelle and Sarah prepared a nice scan of young Jeff Chandler.  Thanks to Diana for the original picture.

Enjoy this still from Slightly Scarlet (1930), featuring Virginia Bruce and Henry Wadsworth (short fellow).

We end with a marvelous picture of Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., courtesy of Peter.

July 17, 2013

Peter has three splendiferous Natalie Wood scans, all from the same photo session.

Next, Gary sent us two nice pictures of Jean Simmons from Androcles and the Lion (1952) and Spartacus (1960).  Thanks to Sarah for identifying the movies.

Here are more delectable pictures courtesy of Diana:

Be sure to check out Nick Zegarac's updated 40-page article about Elizabeth Taylor, filled with interesting background information and loads of photos.

Let's end with another color shot from Peter.  This time it's Gary Cooper and Suzy Parker in Ten North Frederick (1958).  This is an improvement of an existing scan.

July 12, 2013

We begin where we ended last timeŚwith two more photos from The Hound of the Baskervilles (1939), featuring Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce, Wendy Barrie, and Richard Greene.

Here's Ginger Rogers in Tender Comrade (1943).

Enjoy this photo of Gig Young, courtesy of Diana.

George Raft is at his menacing best in this next scan.

Peter sent us more fine color images:

We end with some new images courtesy of Diana:

July 10, 2013

Sarah and Michelle restored a pretty scan of Lana Turner.

Busby Berkeley explains the next complicated musical sequence to a rapt audience of lovely chorus girls in 42nd Street (1933).

Randolph Scott and Carole Lombard strike a breathtakingly romantic pose in this sepia-toned photo from Supernatural (1933).

Next up, some new scans courtesy of Rikke:

Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce try to figure things out in The Hound of the Baskervilles (1939).

We end with a nice color shot of Kirk Douglas, sent to us by Peter.

 

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