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September 2015

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Just in time for Halloween:  Veronica Lake in I Married a Witch (1942).

W.C. Fields convinces beauteous Adrienne Ames not to give up hope, in this charming scene from You're Telling Me (1934).

We lost pretty Joan Leslie this month.  The talented performer was 90 years old when she died on October 12.  Here's a nice portrait of her.  She had so many good performances, but I especially enjoyed her musicality and dramatic performance in The Hard Way (1943).

Two new scans courtesy of Peter:

Elsa Lanchester and Charles Laughton listen intently in this 1939 posed shot.

We have a lovely picture of Frances Dee, taken at her ranch in Thousand Oaks in 1937.  This one is for Sarah and Michelle who visited there just a few weeks ago!  The flowers are now gone, but the legacies and memories of Joel McCrea and Frances endure.

Judith Anderson and Edward G. Robinson show concern in the gripping 1947 film The Red House.  Thanks to Ricardo for this peachy scan!  Oh, and check out the sepia version too.

A few days ago we also lost superstar Maureen O'Hara.  Thanks to Peter for this color photo of her.

Thanks to Fred for spotting a photo we had incorrectly identified as Joan Leslie.  It's actually Jackie Loughery.

October 27, 2015

Here are two pretty cheesecake photos of Noel Neill.  Squeezed in between them are Duncan Renaldo and Leo Carrillo in The Valiant Hombre (1948).

Enjoy this stunning sepia photo of Ginger Rogers in Gold Diggers of 1933.

Esther Ralston does some lounging in the forest.

Peter sent us pictures of Yvonne Craig in The Young Land (1959), and a posed shot of Linda Darnell.

Next up, Martha Holliday dancing in the ballet number from George White's Scandals (1945).  She was in just five films during her brief career in the 1940s.

Who's ready for the holidays?  Gloria Henry, that's who.  Thanks to Ricardo for this scan.

October 9, 2015

Peter starts us off with some new scans:

Here's cowboy superstar Buck Jones.

Diana sent us a splendid scan of Gary Cooper and Walter Brennan in The Westerner (1940).

Jovial Jack Oakie comes to us courtesy of Graham.

A fully clothed Gypsy Rose Lee appears in Battle of Broadway (1938).

Ricardo has a nice still of Sonja Henie and Edna May Oliver in Second Fiddle (1939).

Mary Brian was the Cat's Pajamas.  Thanks to Peter for this great portrait.

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