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September 2012

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As with beautiful arias from an opera by Puccini or Massenet, Sarah and Michelle continue to dazzle.  Today we have two new, expertly-prepared scans from them:  Ann Blyth (in a patriotic pose) and Betsy Palmer.  Thank you ladies!  Our appreciation also goes to Rikke for sending us the original pictures.

Next up, Peter has two exquisite color photos of Angie Dickinson.

Sarah G. prepared a still of Dan Duryea and Alan Hale, Jr. in The Underworld Story (1950).

Here are two photos of June Lockhart, best known for her roles in the television shows Lassie and Lost in Space.  These are for Elizabeth G.

We have a pretty shot of Märta Torén (not June Lockhart).  Thanks to Agnieszka for this correction!

Let's end with a shot of cutie pie Ingrid Bergman in a charming photo from Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941), contributed by John.

Note:  Our next update will occur after November 15.

October 17, 2012

We start off today with America's Sweetheart, Mary Pickford.  Thanks to Sarah and Michelle for preparing this scan so beautifully.  This photo is dedicated to Constance Maria with her favorite flower, the white lily.

Joe restored this nice picture of Gina Lollobrigida.

Here are Barbara Stanwyck in A Lost Lady (1934) and Bette Davis in Fashions of 1934, for Peter.

Although I often hear a cordial "Howdy" from Down Under, this time it's from Barbara Stanwyck in her famous role as Annie Oakley (1935).

Jane sent in a color shot of Marilyn Monroe lounging while she studies.

Enjoy this photo of Marilyn Maxwell in The Lemon Drop Kid (1951), sent to us by Danik.

Pretty Ann Miller stops by to say hello, courtesy of Rikke.

Let's end with a picture of Jeanette MacDonald and Jackie Horner in Smilin' Through (1941).

October 11, 2012

Newcomer Gail Patrick graces our pages for the first time, courtesy of Michelle and Sarah, who restored this beautiful photo.

Here are Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle and Betty Ross Clarke in a scene from Brewster's Millions (1921).

Baseball enthusiast Chester Morris shows Richard Arlen and Berton Churchill the quickest way to Rangers Ballpark, in Golden Harvest (1933).

Rikke ferried over a sealed courier's pouch with this scan of Lucille Ball tucked inside.

Debbie sent us a photo of Cary Grant, David Niven, and Loretta Young in The Bishop's Wife (1948).

Here's a nice image of Colin Clive in Frankenstein (1931), courtesy of David.

1940's and 50's actress Sandra Spence joins the party in this picture from Rikke.

Enjoy this photo of a youthful William Holden.

Let's end today's set with a portrait of Hollywood tough guy George Raft.

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