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October 2013

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We have a new Nancy Carroll photo from The Shopworn Angel (1928).  This beautiful image is for Debbie.  Thanks to Ricardo for identifying the movie.

Joan Blondell strikes an elegant pose in Traveling Saleslady (1935).

Check out the movie fan magazines page, where we've now completed the 1920 issues of Motion Picture Classic Magazine.

Here is silent screen star Billie Dove.

Next up, two pictures of Pola Negri.  The first is a group shot taken on the occasion of Mae Murray's wedding to Prince David Mdivani.  From left to right are Best Man Rudolph Valentino, Maid of Honor Pola Negri, Mae Murray, and Mdivani.  Negri would soon marry her own Prince—Mdivani's brother Serge—in the following year.  This photograph was taken less than two months before Valentino's untimely death.  The second picture is a lovely portrait of Miss Negri.

Buster Crabbe and perky Jean Rogers whiz through galactic space in Flash Gordon (1936).

The Our Gang kids are ready to play ball.  We spotted Scotty, Spanky, Stymie, the Kibrick brothers, and Buckwheat.

Diana sent us a nice scan of Jeff Chandler.

We finish with an early photo of Bing Crosby, courtesy of Peter.

November 30, 2013

Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn, and James Stewart strike a playful pose in The Philadelphia Story (1940).

Lizabeth Scott and director Lewis Milestone chat on the set of The Strange Love of Martha Ivers (1946).

Here's a picture of The Marx Brothers in a publicity shot from A Night at the Opera (1935).

We have a sepia-toned scan of Nancy Carroll in The Shopworn Angel (1928).

Peter brings more fine scans to the table:

We end with a portrait of songbird Jeanette MacDonald.  This one is for Miss Grumpy.

November 21, 2013

Sarah and Michelle start us off with a pretty outdoor shot of Ann Savage.  Thanks to Karl for a strategic technical assist!

We have color personality posters of Gary Cooper and Tyrone Power, Jr.  These are for Michelle!

Enjoy two new shots of Glynis Johns, including one from Mad About Men (1954) with Donald Sinden, and one from Miranda (1948).

Sylvia Sidney is shown in a picture from Fury (1936).  Diana added a bonus shot of her in the 1933 film Jennie Gerhardt, depicting the aging process that occurs after a close lightning strike in the southern hemisphere. Kinda makes you want to reach over, pick up the TV remote, and throw it.

Peter returns with more fabulous pictures:

November 17, 2013

Karl is back with more interesting scans:

Enjoy these photos from Peter:

November 12, 2013

Kathryn Grayson is shown in quiet contemplation, in this elegant portrait.

Pictures of Rita Johnson are few and far between, but we found a nice one.

We have a beautiful sepia-toned silent era photo of my favorite girl in distress, Fay Wray.

Diana returns with more splendid scans:

Let's conclude with three more images courtesy of Peter:

November 7, 2013

Karl's back with three more nice scans:

We have two more pictures of Paramount star Dorothy Lamour.

Newcomer Juanita Moore joins the party, in a photo from Imitation of Life (1959).

Diana sent over an impressive scan of Sylvia Sidney.

Enjoy this color photo of Jeanne Crain, courtesy of Peter.

Next up, Rosalind Russell strikes an equestrian pose.

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