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Just curious - what was the movie Jean Harlow was associated with - the one where her boobs are showing in a see-through outfit???

 

And what movie was Brando associated with in the photo of him when he was very overweight and wearing his underwear while looking out his front door???

 

I say bring on the Yul Brynner photos!!!

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Good News of April 27, 1939, a radio program celebrating Lionel Barrymore's 61st birthday. Mickey Rooney, Robert Montgomery, Clark Gable, William Powell, Robert Taylor (he was the emcee ) Louis B. Mayer, Norma Shearer, Lionel Barrymore and Rosalind Russell.

 

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Mr & Mrs Smith, wonderful couple.

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Joanne Woodward & Paul Newman on their wedding day in 1958

 

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Lovely Gail Russell failing a sobriety test in 1957

 

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Fredric March, Claudette Colbert & director Cecil B. DeMille on the set of "The Sign of the Cross"

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In response to "film fatale" regarding the photo of Bette and Joan on the beach: This photo was probably taken during filming of "Three On A Match" in 1932. Bette Davis played the role of the nanny and Joan Blondell was the wife of a rich corporate executive (thus being a rich woman she wore a dress versus a bathing suit to distinguish her from the "commoners").

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Eanm.....I have a GORGEOUS beefcake photo of John Payne that I will post for you in a week or so when I get home to my own computer. I'm on vacation - yay! Really, it's worth waiting for, what a hunk. Why didn't he become a bigger star, I wonder?

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Lana Turner & Ava Gardner comparing notes?

 

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Director Tod Browning with Lionel Barrymore on the set of "The Devil-Doll"

 

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Glenn Ford and his impressive pipe collection

 

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Hey Thanks...I just think the studios didn't give him the type of roles he was capable of playing and saddled him with generic musicals.

Not that I don't like them but after seeing some of his later roles and the earlier ones where he shows his comedic side it just makes me wonder why they didn't give him more substantial roles instead of saddling him with the same old musicals.

and not to offend anyone, I do like the musicals too. :)

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