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Anthony Perkins and Orson Wells in the process of making one of the master's greatest films, "The Trial" -

 

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Your earlier photo of Welles & Perkins reminds they both appeared in Mike Nichols' CATCH-22.

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Your earlier photo of Welles & Perkins reminds they both appeared in Mike Nichols' CATCH-22.

Jarrod, they did get around, they also appeared as father and son in Claude Chabrol's 1971 thriller, "Ten Days' Wonder".

 

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Jarrod, they did get around, they also appeared as father and son in Claude Chabrol's 1971 thriller, "Ten Days' Wonder".

 

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Haven't seen it. Looks like something I'd enjoy, too.

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NATALIE WOOD & TAB HUNTER (Co-stars and friends) -

 

Wonder who the odd-looking guy is just behind Natalie.

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Rayban, I love your photos.  I'm intrigued by the picture of Crawford and Nader.  It looks like it might have been at a primiere.

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I saw the documentary The Celluloid Closet yesterday on Decades.     Interesting look at how mainstream films dealt with (or didn't),   the topic of homosexuality.  

 

 

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Rayban, I love your photos.  I'm intrigued by the picture of Crawford and Nader.  It looks like it might have been at a primiere.

Terrence1 -

 

From what I've read, she enjoyed the company of gay men.

 

Nevertheless, the both of them made a stunning couple.

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I saw the documentary The Celluloid Closet yesterday on Decades.     Interesting look at how mainstream films dealt with (or didn't),   the topic of homosexuality.  

jamesjazzguitar -

 

Yes, "The Celluoid Closet" - both book and documentary - is fascinating -

 

Homosexuality was often dealt with in the personality of the actor - like Eric Blore or Franklin Pangborn.

 

Or, if it had to be dealt with, it would be obliquely or suggestively - like in the famous scene from "The Picture of Dorian Gray", in which Dorian is visited by - a former male lover, whom he eventually kills.

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jamesjazzguitar -

 

Yes, "The Celluoid Closet" - both book and documentary - is fascinating -

 

Homosexuality was often dealt with in the personality of the actor - like Eric Blore or Franklin Pangborn.

 

Or, if it had to be dealt with, it would be obliquely or suggestively - like in the famous scene from "The Picture of Dorian Gray", in which Dorian is visited by - a former male lover, whom he eventually kills.

Did you ever see "Penny Dreadfull"? A great show if you like classic horror film and literature- Dorian Gray

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Did you ever see "Penny Dreadfull"? A great show if you like classic horror film and literature- Dorian Gray

jaragon -

 

I saw the first season of "Penny Dreadfuf" - and I did enjoy that first season, too.

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TROY DONAHUE & SUZANNE PLESHETTE -

 

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Beautiful photo. Shame it didn't work out for them. Tom Poston was a completely different type of husband for her..!

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Beautiful photo. Shame it didn't work out for them. Tom Poston was a completely different type of husband for her..!

They were both so gorgeous - and memorable - in "Rome Adventure".

 

Remember "Al-Di-La"?

 

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TROY DONAHUE & SUZANNE PLESHETTE -

 

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This was the most beautiful wedding. Believe it or not, Laugh-In's Arte Johnson was the best man.

 

As I can recall, the wedding was longer than the marriage.

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This was the most beautiful wedding. Believe it or not, Laugh-In's Arte Johnson was the best man.

 

As I can recall, the wedding was longer than the marriage.

Only nine months, I believe, what could have gone wrong?

 

Surely, they had the time to get to know each other while they were filming Delmar Daves' "Rome Adventure".

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Brandon de Wilde (as the unforgettable John Henry) in "A Member of the Wedding" -

 

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Brandon de Wilde (as the unforgettable John Henry) in "A Member of the Wedding" 

That's hilarious! I love it.

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Tommy Kirk and Tim Considine in their early days at The Walt Disney Studio -

 

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Shouldn't this one be in the innocent bygone days thread..? Not sure anyone rides their bike to the studio anymore! :)

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Shouldn't this one be in the innocent bygone days thread..? Not sure anyone rides their bike to the studio anymore! :)

Jarrod -

 

It's a scene from their "The Hardy Boys" episode, which aired on "The Mickey Mouse Club". 

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