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October 2012

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We have two pretty photos, restored beautifully by Sarah and Michelle:

Here is little-remembered character actor Fritz Feld in World Premiere (1941).

Preston Foster surveys the barroom, in I Shot Jesse James (1949), with John Ireland.

Gary sent us a wonderful early publicity shot of Frank Sinatra.

Enjoy this gorgeous sepia-toned shot of 1930's and 40's actress Karen Morley, courtesy of Gary.  He added a bonus shot of Gary Cooper, Emil Jannings, and Esther Ralston in a scene from Betrayal (1929).

Janis Paige stopped by to say Hi and sit a spell, courtesy of Rikke.

We end with a picture of Maureen O'Hara, sent in by Rikke.

November 28, 2012

Michelle and Sarah prepared two new images today:

Next, we have two pictures of popular singer/dancer Donald O'Connor, again from Rikke.

Here are Gary Cooper and Barbara Stanwyck in Meet John Doe (1941).

Sterling Hayden, Jean Hagen, and Sam Jaffe plot their next move in The Asphalt Jungle (1950).

Susan Hayward stars in Smash-Up, The Story of a Woman (1947).

Enjoy this picture of Ida Lupino and Monty Woolley in Life Begins at Eight-Thirty (1942), courtesy of Danik.

Let's end with a photo of 1950's cutie pie Gloria Talbott.

November 24, 2012

Today we have two peachy scans restored by Michelle and Sarah:

Here's another fine picture of Leslie Caron, courtesy of Peter.

Next up, John Payne and Alice Faye get cozy in Week-End in Havana (1941), courtesy of Elizabeth.

Behind the scenes, Walter Huston leads a business meeting in The Ruling Voice (1931), also known as "Upper Underworld."  We added a bonus shot of him in The Virginian (1929).

We have Jean Harlow appearing in an early film, Hell's Angels (1930).  This is for Michel.

Enjoy this picture of Melvyn Douglas and Luise Rainer in The Toy Wife (1938).

Let's conclude with a nice image of Ginger Rogers.

Thanks also to Ivan who identified an existing Shelley Winters photo from The Chapman Report (1962).

November 21, 2012

Sarah and Michelle start us off today with a beautifully prepared scan of Ida Lupino.

Peter sent us a fine color photo of Julie Andrews and two of Claudette Colbert.

Next up, some gorgeous scans of Tyrone Power, Jr., courtesy of Sarah:

Sarah added a bonus shot of Loretta Young and her three sisters (Polly Ann, Georgiana, and Sally Blane) in The Story of Alexander Graham Bell (1939).

Enjoy this image of Leslie Caron, courtesy of Peter.

Our final photo today is of perky Evelyn Keyes, who lit up the screen in The Desperadoes (1943).  Thanks to Joel for this picture!

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