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Producer Mark Hellinger, Ann Blyth & Burt Lancaster on the set of "Brute Force"

 

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Good heavens, it's Joan Crawford as the Statue of Liberty

 

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Natalie Wood and Nick Adams during show and tell

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Fay Wray rehearsing a dramatic moment from "King Kong"

 

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A suave Boris Karloff aka the Frankenstein monster

 

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Glenn Ford & William Holden on the set of "Texas" (1941)

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Mongo....You know how much I enjoy this thread as I have told you that more than once.

I just had to jump in and say ENORMOUS Thanks, again. I am amazed at the variety you

continue to provide.

 

I did not know L. Ball was engaged to B.Crawford, and....I did not know Helen Broderick was

B. Crawford's mother.

 

I love the picture of Laurel and Hardy. I also enjoy looking at the celebrities with their

children.

 

Keep 'em coming. Bg

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Bargar, I thank you and I appreciate your interest in the thread.

There are more images coming. Enjoy.

 

Joe

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Claudette Colbert, a living doll

 

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Judy Garland & Mickey Rooney kicking up their heels with the soldiers

 

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Up and coming Ida Lupino in 1934

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Former child actor Ivan Jandl with his awards for his wonderful performance in

"The Search" which starred Montgomery Clift

 

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James Stewart with his wife Gloria and their children

 

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Leslie Howard & Norma Shearer on the set of...guess?

 

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Our Audrey Hepburn assaults a photographer?

 

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Mary Pickford (is she standing in a hole?), Gary Cooper and Marion Davies

 

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Director Elia Kazan, Marlon Brando, Julie Harris & James Dean on the set of "East of Eden"

 

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

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> Director Elia Kazan, Marlon Brando, Julie Harris & James Dean on the set of "East of Eden"

 

 

LOL! I love it! Elia is in a happy place...Marlon is like "I'm amazing...I know." ...Julie is sneaking a peek at Marlon...and James Dean is like, "Are we done yet?" LOL!

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Director Vincent Minnelli in a tranquil moment on a movie set with daughter Liza

 

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Beautiful Rita Hayworth marries Prince Aly Khan in 1949

 

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The underrated Sabu slides down a handrail at a train station

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That's a nice photo of the Minellis

 

That photo with Kazan, Brando, Harris and Dean is great....I've seen it before.

 

James Dean idolized Marlon Brando and Brando was the biggest star at that time.

Kazan also directed Brando in Viva Zapata and Waterfront and he always raved

about Brando and thought he was the better actor. You can see how hurt Dean

is that Kazan is putting his arm on Brando's shoulder and Harris is looking only

at Brando....

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An estatic Anne Bancroft

 

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Shirley Temple with first husband John Agar (looking glum)

 

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Mae West surrounded by men...what else is new?

 

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Ann Miller, Nina Foch & Evelyn Ankers join a lingerie party

 

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Oscar winner Ray Milland aging gracefully

 

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Tarzan & Jane in civvies. Maureen O'Sullivan & Johnny Weissmuller play checkers

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Dinah Shore with husband actor Geoge Montgomery

 

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Maria Montez as the evil twin Naja in "Cobra Woman" (1944)

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