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February 2012

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Ken helps us inaugurate a Gallery for silent film cowboy star Fred Thomson with a nice studio shot of the popular actor, who had an untimely death at age 38 in 1928.

Next up, three lovely movie stills from my favorite photo prep tag team, Sarah and Michelle:

Next, we have a wonderful photo of Glenn Ford in The Desperadoes (1943).  This is dedicated to a very sweet girl in the Southern Hemisphere, who just may be Glenn's most ardent fan!  Be sure to check out the gorgeous sepia version of this photo as well.

Dave sent us a picture of Ingrid Bergman and Gary Cooper (possibly going over the script for Saratoga Trunk?). Frances then provided a bonus shot of Ingrid.

Here's a still sexy Lana Turner in The Lady Takes a Flyer (1958).

Frances ends things with a scan of Elizabeth Taylor cuddling a friend.

March 31, 2012

Here's Edward G. Robinson in Destroyer (1943).

Sarah and Michelle prepared a beautiful color scan of Betty Hutton.  They also sent over two new Loretta Young photos, including one from He Stayed for Breakfast (1940).

Two Joans on loan from Frances today:

March 21, 2012

Newcomer Hertha Thiele appears in the groundbreaking German film, Maedchen in Uniform (1931).

Sarah and Michelle have prepared several more beautiful scans for us:

Frances set us some nice photos:

We conclude with a peachy scan of little-known Lottice Howell, in a 1930 non-classic, In Gay Madrid, courtesy of Mark.  Also check out the scintillating sepia version of this photo.

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