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We begin with an exotic portrait of silent film superstar Renée Adorée.

Here are Charles Boyer and Hedy Lamarr in Algiers (1938), courtesy of Peter.  This is an improvement of an existing picture.

Joe sent in a color photo of Ursula Andress.  He added two bonus shots of Marilyn Monroe, from How to Marry a Millionaire (1953) and River of No Return (1954).  Then we threw in a second bonus shot of her with a fluffy friend.

Two more gems from Karl:

Here's a peachy photo of Bette Davis.

Next up, two shots of Ava Gardner.

John Howard is flanked by Dorothy Lamour and Akim Tamiroff in Disputed Passage (1939).  Ricardo also identified an existing photo of Dorothy from the same movie.

October 31, 2013

Sarah and Michelle are back with a sensational restored portrait of Tyrone Power, Jr. and Loretta Young in Cafe Metropole (1937).

Boxer Kirk Douglas shows Marilyn Maxwell how to clinch in Champion (1949).

We have a nice photo of Marilyn Monroe from Love Happy (1949).  Also, Ricardo identified an existing picture of her from Home Town Story (1951).

Karl sent us some interesting scans:

Let's end with more beautiful scans courtesy of Peter:

October 24, 2013

Enjoy these new scans, courtesy of Diana:

We end with a pretty color photo of Debbie Reynolds, from Peter.

Ricardo identified an existing picture of Joan Collins from The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing (1955).

October 16, 2013

Here's a picture of pretty Mary Brian, early in her career, in The Enchanted Hill (1926).

Ann Sheridan strikes an artistic pose in this scan from Peter.

Enjoy this shot of Adrienne Ames in From Hell to Heaven (1933).

It's October and time for horror.  These photos are for Terry:

Diana returns with two pictures of Donna Reed.  These are for Sarah!

Next up, a color photo of Shirley Temple taken as a young adult.

We have a portrait of Carol Bruce, who played Mama Carlson on the popular television show "WKRP in Cincinnati" in the late 1970s (Sylvia Sidney also played the role in one episode).

Let's end with two photos of Jean Simmons from The Clouded Yellow (1950), including one with Trevor Howard.

October 13, 2013

Buster Crabbe stars in a 1937 oater called Forlorn River, in these two pictures with June Martel and Syd Saylor.  This movie also marked the debut Clayton Moore, long before he came to fame as The Lone Ranger.

Karl sent us an interesting early (pre-Wizard of Oz) scan of Margaret Hamilton in There's Always Tomorrow (1934).  She's shown with Helen Parrish.

Next we have Warner Oland and Rita Hayworth (still being billed as Rita Cansino) in Charlie Chan in Egypt (1935).

Pretty singer Frances Langford sparkles in a cheery pose, courtesy of Diana.

Here's an upgraded version of a current Greta Garbo picture, from Mata Hari (1931).  We also added several new "accent" photos to the movie summary.

Enjoy this dazzling still of Maureen O'Hara, Thomas Mitchell, and Tyrone Power, Jr. in The Black Swan (1942).  Thanks to Sarah and Michelle for this beautiful photo.

In keeping with Halloween month, Karl sent over two more scans from The Bride of Frankenstein (1935), featuring Elsa Lanchester, Colin Clive, Ernest Thesiger, and Una O'Connor.

Diana sent over a snazzy color shot of Gloria Stuart.

Let's end with more great pictures from Peter:

October 9, 2013

     

We have more nice scans courtesy of Peter:

Sarah and Michelle prepared a picture of Barbara Stanwyck and Fred MacMurray in Double Indemnity (1944).  Then they scanned and restored a sensational image of Ann Blyth.

Next up, silent superstar Blanche Sweet makes her first appearance in a still from Why Women Love (1925).  She is shown with Edward Earle and Dorothy Sebastian.  Many thanks to Wayne for restoring this challenging scan.

Here are Gary Cooper and Joan Leslie in Sergeant York (1941).

In keeping with Halloween month, Terry sent us a pleasing still of Elsa Lanchester from The Bride of Frankenstein (1935).

We end with a special picture of everyone's favorite girl next door, Jane Wyatt.  This one is for Ricardo!

October 2, 2013

     

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