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June 2012

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Let's start with three new scans from Rikke, restored by Michelle and Sarah:

Rikke sent us two photos of Debra Paget, including one from Omar Khayyam (1957)--Thanks to Sarah for identifying the film.

Deanna Durbin and Franchot Tone take a spin on the dance floor, in His Butler's Sister (1943).

Enjoy this shot of sultry 1950's bombshell Mamie Van Doren.

Two pictures from Gary finish off today's collection:

July 31, 2012

Sarah and Michelle restored three more neato images, which were sent to us by Rikke:

Here are two more Our Gang photos, featuring Porky, Farina, Joe Cobb, and Harry Spear.

David sent us two photos from Dracula's Daughter (1936):

Virginia Mayo is shouting the news!

Cutie pie Simone Simon was on my mind...so here she is.

July 26, 2012

We have more beautiful scans prepared by Michelle and Sarah:

Elsa Lanchester gets her bearings in The Bride of Frankenstein (1935), courtesy of David.

Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, and Edmund Gwenn are afraid of what's downstairs, in Sylvia Scarlett (1935).  Thanks to Debbie for this photo.

Here are two shots of exotic Suzan Ball in East of Sumatra (1953), from Rikke--thanks to Sarah for identifying the film.

Next up, popular cowboy star Bill Williams.  This photo is for Sarah, for whom we also prepared a lovely new photo of Linda Darnell in appreciation; the movie is Forever Amber (1947).

July 20, 2012

Sarah and Michelle have prepared three new scans for us today:

Here's Jane Arden, a bathing beauty extra in the 1925 silent film The Trouble With Wives.  Her IMDB biography lists but two films, and  fails to mention her appearance this movie.

Pretty Jeanette MacDonald is wondering which song she'll sing next, in Bitter Sweet (1940).

Next up, three more photos of the Our Gang kids, including Wheezer, Joe Cobb, Mary Ann, Farina, Chubby, Jackie Cooper, Harry Spear, and Jean Darling.

We end with Arlene Dahl in an exotic costume from Desert Legion (1953).   Thanks to Sarah for the movie ID.

July 16, 2012

Today we have two more great scans from Rikke, expertly prepared by Sarah and Michelle:

Gary faxed over a new photo of George Raft.

Romantic Wolf Man Lon Chaney, Jr. sweeps Elena Verdugo off her feet in House of Frankenstein (1944).  The photo is courtesy of David.

Enjoy two more gems from Rikke:

Here's Doris Day with a pick-me-up song for a special cowgirl who's (Down) Under the weather.  Thanks to Frances for this spiffy picture.

Joan Crawford stars in the silent Dream of Love (1928).

We wrap it up with Elizabeth Taylor in National Velvet (1944).  This is an improvement of an existing scan.

July 13, 2012

Ray Milland calls to find out what time the skeet shooting tournament starts, in Bulldog Drummond Escapes (1937).

Michelle and Sarah prepared a scan, from Rikke, of Lisa Gaye in Drums Across the River (1954). They also identified the film--thank you, ladies!

Debbie sent us more of Cary Grant, with photos from:

Next we have Janet Leigh in That Forsyte Woman (1949), with restoration by Sarah and Michelle.

Alfalfa and Spanky don't look excited about Rosina Lawrence's surprise, in this Our Gang photo from Hearts Are Thumps (1937).

John Carradine works on Onslow Stevens, while Jane Adams observes, in House of Dracula (1945).  Thanks to David for this scan.

Frances found a nice shot of Joan Crawford.

Lastly, we have a picture of Esther Ralston and Gary Cooper in Betrayal (1929).

July 8, 2012

Sarah and Michelle start off the week right with two beautifully restored photos:

Rikke offers a shot of lovely Julie Adams.

Next, we have an early group of the Our Gang kids surrounding George B. French, in Thundering Fleas (1926).

Dahlings, enjoy Miss Tallulah Bankhead.

The three Barrymores star in Rasputin and the Empress (1932), with young Tad Alexander.

Angela Lansbury seeks Lewis Stone's counsel in State of the Union (1948).  Thanks to Rikke for this scan.

Rikke follows up with a picture of Shirley MacLaine.

We end with Edmond O'Brien and Lizabeth Scott in Two of a Kind (1951)...two pairs of aces!

July 2, 2012


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