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Joe has two photos from Tower of London (1939), featuring Basil Rathbone and Ian Hunter.  He added a superb bonus shot of Basil. 

Elizabeth sent us a nice shot of Ann Sheridan and James Cagney in Torrid Zone (1940).

Next, EM restored a badly damaged scan of Ann-Margret from The Swinger (1966).  Here's what it looked like originally!  We added another scan from the same film.

Enjoy these two early pictures of Ginger Rogers, which were scanned from original matte photos.

Vladimir dropped off two scans from Raintree County (1957), with  Elizabeth Taylor, Montgomery Clift, and Eva Marie Saint.

Here's Jeanette MacDonald all gussied up in The Merry Widow (1934).

Finally, we have a sharp still from Death Takes a Holiday (1934), featuring Katharine Alexander, Kent Taylor, and G.P. Huntley looking for the grim reaper in all the wrong places.

The next update will be on Monday March 7.

February 25, 2011

Gary starts us off right today with a scan of Spencer Tracy in Riffraff (1936).  He is pictured with Judith Wood and Dorothy Appleby.  We also have two bonus pictures of Lana Turner in The Three Musketeers (1948), with Gene Kelly and Vincent Price.

Next, Joe sent in a stunning shot of Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman from Casablanca (1942).

Nick prepared an oldie for us:  Enid Bennett and E. Alyn Warren spooning in The Courtship of Miles Standish (1923).

Here's a photo of Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. in The Private Life of Don Juan (1934).

Not to be outdone, Maria Corda appears in The Private Life of Helen of Troy (1927).

Keeping the same theme, we have Lana Turner in Marriage is a Private Affair (1944).

And our final photo today completes the set:  Charles Laughton in (yup!) The Private Life of Henry VIII (1933), with Binnie Barnes.

February 17, 2011

Edward G. Robinson joins the party in Night Has a Thousand Eyes (1948).

Spencer Tracy gives Mickey Rooney and Bobs Watson a bit of advice in Men of Boys Town (1941).  We added another shot of Tracy with Jean Harlow in Riffraff (1936)—this one is for Michel!

Next we have a still from Chip Off the Old Block (1944), with Helen Vinson, Arthur Treacher, and Ernest Truex.  We scanned an original photo.

Enjoy this shot of Laurel and Hardy from Block-Heads (1938).  Here, Ollie doesn't think Stan has a leg to stand on.

We conclude with a beautiful photo of Cary Grant in Ladies Should Listen (1933), with Edward Everett Horton, courtesy of Debbie.

February 12, 2011

Joe's been busy preparing several new scans:

Frances continues a hot streak with two peachy images of Eva Gabor.

Kari sent in a still from the famous 1953 film, From Here to Eternity, featuring Montgomery Clift, Frank Sinatra, and Don Dubbins.  Also look for the Man of Steel in the background!

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