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August 2012

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Michelle and Sarah completed a very detailed still from A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935), featuring Grant Mitchell and the following pairs:

Here is another high quality scan of Lee Remick, courtesy of Peter.

Michael sent us a scan from Abbott & Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1953), with Bud and Lou tormenting Boris Karloff.

Louis Hayward confronts Ida Lupino in Ladies in Retirement (1941).

This languid pose of superstar Irene Dunne is for Sarah.

Frances sent us a very fine color photo of Sean Connery.

Having just seen Betsy Palmer in The Long Gray Line, we thought we'd start a gallery for her with this pretty studio shot.

Enjoy this photo of Ramsay Ames.

We end with a scan of WWII superstar singers, The Andrews Sisters.

September 26, 2012

We have a lovely scan of Paulette Goddard and somebody in An Ideal Husband (1947), sent to us by John.

David forwarded us another picture of Elsa Lanchester in The Bride of Frankenstein (1935).

Here's one of the most popular of the Our Gang kids:  Matthew "Stymie" Beard.  Be sure to check out the supersized version too.  We added a bonus photo of the kids as well, including Joe Cobb, Wheezer, Farina, Jean Darling, Harry Spear, and Chubby.

Maureen O'Hara's coming your way now, in this nice posed shot.  She also has a supersized version.

Let's end with an exquisite scan of Lee Remick, courtesy of Peter.

September 22, 2012

Sarah and Michelle come through again with another beautifully prepared scan—this time it's newcomer Gia Scala.  The photo is courtesy of Rikke.

Claudette Colbert strikes an elegant pose in Tonight is Ours (1933).

Jane sent over a new Barbara Stanwyck picture by pony express.

Here's perky Warner Bros. star Joan Blondell.

We have a new image of James Cagney from G Men (1935).  This one is for Michelle!

Next up, a picture of Angie Dickinson, courtesy of Rikke.

September 19, 2012

We have a group shot from The Cat and the Canary (1939), featuring Bob Hope, Paulette Goddard, Douglass Montgomery and John Beal.  This scan was expertly prepared by Michelle and Sarah.

Joe restored a nice portrait of Marilyn Monroe.  Be sure to see the lovely sepia version too.  He also sent over a bonus shot of Gina Lollobrigida.

Here's young Claudette Colbert in the 1926 play "The Ghost Train."  Thanks to Sarah for the ID on this one.

Enjoy this picture of Virginia Bruce as she parties on.

Sarah G. sent us a posed shot of Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald in I Married an Angel (1942).

September 16, 2012

Michelle and Sarah prepared a gorgeous scan of vivacious dancer Ann Miller.  Thanks also to Rikke, who sent us the original scan.

More June Allyson today, again from John.  Here she is in a nice posed shot.

Next up, we have some nice photos delivered by Jane, who helped me greatly in the early days of my site, nearly nine years ago:

Enjoy these three pictures from Ben-Hur (1959), prepared by Joe, and featuring Stephen Boyd, Charlton Heston, and Haya Harareet.  These are for Sarah!

Songbird Deanna Durbin makes a repeat appearance, courtesy of Rikke.

Geraldine Dvorak leads Dorothy Tree and Cornelia Thaw to knitting class in Dracula (1931).  Thanks to David for this scan.

Rikke  two pictures of Marlene Dietrich, including an exotic image from Golden Earrings (1947) and one from The Spoilers (1942).

We end with a superb color photo of Anne Francis, courtesy of Rikke.  This was a terror to clean, due to hundreds of green marks throughout, but well worth the effort.

September 9, 2012

Meet pretty Verna Hillie, co-star with Randolph Scott in Man of the Forest (1933).  Thanks to Sarah and Michelle for restoring this pleasing scan.

Ann Blyth pops in for a visit, courtesy of Sarah G., with photos from two films:

Elvis Presley rocks out in King Creole (1958), so queue it up on that new 42" TV and watch it...watch it verra much!

We have another very fine color photo of Eva Marie Saint, sent to us by Peter, with a supersized version also available.

John sent us two unusual photos of June Allyson in Interlude (1957).

More from Sarah G. today:

Gary delivered two spiffy pictures via the local walloping wallaby messenger service.

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