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Fredric March and Sylvia Sydney in Merrily We Go to Hell (1932)

 

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Fredric March being restrained in a scene from Merrily We Go to Hell (1932)

 

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Fredric March in a scene from Merrily We Go to Hell (1932)

 

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"Taxi" Hope its not a re-post

 

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"They Call It Sin"

 

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"Secret Six" with an all-star cast

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Fay redeaux. Also, OOPs, will repost 42nd St at larger format if wanted.

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Owlsley & Stanwyck

 

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Barbarian, Navarro & Loy

 

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Barbarian, Loy & Navarro

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Joan Blondell and Barbara Stanwyck

 

 

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Barbara Stanwyck as Lora Hart, left, and Joan Blondell as Maloney, right, in a scene from NIGHT NURSE (1931) directed by William Wellman

 

 

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Joan Blondell and James Cagney in BLONDE CRAZY (1931) directed by Roy del Ruth

 

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Joan Blondell as Ann Roberts and James Cagney as Bert Harris in BLONDE CRAZY

 

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Joan Blondell with James Cagney in a scene from BLONDE CRAZY

 

 

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Hey, what?s the big idea? Bert catches Ann in the bath in BLONDE CRAZY

 

 

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Barbara Stanwyck, Adolphe Menjou and Ralph Bellamy in FORBIDDEN (1932) directed by Frank Capra

 

 

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Barbara Stanwyck as Lulu Smith in FORBIDDEN

 

 

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Barbara Stanwyck as Lulu and Adolphe Menjou as Bob Grover in FORBIDDEN

 

 

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Barbara Stanwyck as Lulu and Ralph Bellamy as Al Holland in FORBIDDEN

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> {quote:title=Snorky wrote:}{quote}

> I mentioned to you on the last Pre-Code Gallery that there's no need to re-post someone's picture when replying and referencing that picture.

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> Do that to me and I'll swap it out on you and make you look bad.

 

What _is_ your problem snorky??? I see you snipe at other people, but I never had a problem with anyone here, and don't plan to now, but this **** me off! I am on about 6 other forums, so I hardly remember what you said on a long since deleted thread. There is a right way and a wrong way to suggest what people should do here. After all, it's TCM's forum...we are just guests here....

 

I just came here to post a few photos I found, but what if they have already been posted??? Will I get reamed for that as well???

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Johnny Mack Brown & Jean Harlow

 

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Public Enemy promo

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"It's A Tough Life". This business of making pictures all day long. Ask Warren Hymer.

This is a scene from his current Fox comedy with Spencer Tracy, "GOLDIE". Jean Harlow

is a beautiful platinum blonde who makes life tough for them both.

TCM, PLEASE run this one.

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You can't trust your best friend when placed under the grueling third-degree.Steve Mileaway(Cagney), closest pal of Louis Ricarno (Lew Ayers) signing a forced confession for chief detective

(Robert Elliot, center), in the picture gangdom dared hollywood to make: Warner Bros.,

"The Doorway to Hell".

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Metsfan: Great pics. Amazing how many films Noel Francis appeared in for several studios, but mainly Warners, as a supporting player. Especially liked her in "Smart Money" with EG Robinson.

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Platinum Blonde

 

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Professional Sweetheart

 

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Hat Check Girl

 

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Claudette Colbert

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Fredric March and Sylvia Sidney

 

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Fredric March as Rudek and Nancy Caroll as Yula in NIGHT ANGEL (1931)

 

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Fredric March as Rudek and Nancy Caroll as Yula in NIGHT ANGEL (1931)

 

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Fredric March as Jerry and Sylvia Sidney as Joan in MERRILY WE GO TO HELL (1932)

 

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Fredric March as Jerry and Sylvia Sidney as Joan in MERRILY WE GO TO HELL (1932)

 

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Sylvia Sidney as Baby Face and George Raft as Harry Glynn in PICK-UP (1933)

 

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Sylvia Sidney as Baby Face and George Raft as Harry Glynn in PICK-UP (1933)

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Vanity Fair, Aug.1930 modified. First post wrong version. I wonder if someone can come up with the original magazine, and post other photos if available. Maybe we have some forum "lurkers"

dealing in old magazines.

 

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thanks for the pics from the Barbarian! although, it's actually Ramon Novarro, not Navarro. i'd really love to be able to see that film...

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What beautiful pictures. Thank you for posting them. :) About that name....

 

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I've read conflicting stories about Ram?n Novarro's name. According to *Beyond Paradise: The Life Of Ram?n Novarro* by Andre Soares, Novarro was born Ram?n Samaniego, but changed his last name to Samaniegos for numerological reasons. Then he was pressured to take a name that was easier to pronounce.

 

"...during the production of *Black Orchids* a somewhat reluctant Ram?n Samaniegos was rechristened Ram?n Novarro....The choice of Novarro, an unusual variation of the common Spanish surname Navarro, occurred for the same reason Ram?n had added an s to Samaniego--by changing the a to an o, the numerologist Ram?n achieved the cosmic vibration of the 'master number' eleven....Much to his annoyance, Ram?n would see his name in print as 'Navarro' almost as often as 'Novarro'...." / Andre Soares (2002)

 

A great star, whatever his name was. By the way, that was meant to be the remake of *Black Orchids*. Director Rex Ingram was working on it in 1922.

 

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I haven't found any colorful artwork (posters, lobby cards) for several of the FORBIDDEN HOLLYWOOD films. BABY FACE was the most surprising - there were several good screen-caps and a couple of stills, but I haven't seen more colorful artwork.

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