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Richard Kimble

The Post an Interesting Pic thread

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I was sent this by e-mail yesterday:

 

"An iceberg photographed in 1912 bearing an unmistakable mark of black and red paint. It is believed that this is the iceberg that sank the Titanic."

 

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Kate on a penny farthing. I have no idea what movie this was taken during (is that grammatically correct?) but I'd guess sometime in the 40's?

 

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I am sorry to say that this has no relationship in any way to a movie but I found it an "interesting pic" because the caption for it is:

"Attempted Murder".

:)

 

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I recall Alfred Hitchcock saying in an interview you can get any location except jungle within an hour's drive of Hollywood.

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http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/books/2013/07/the-decline-and-fall-of-the-book-cover.html

 

Three noir novels:

 

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Waltz Into Darkness was filmed as Mississippi Mermaid and Original Sin.

 

Build My Gallows High had its title changed (in the US anyway) to Out Of The Past.

 

The Build My Gallows High cover doesn't seem to suit its story -- looks more like the font for a Clifton Webb comedy.

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"Charles McGraw adjusts the TV set in his Des Moines hotel room on Feb. 7, 1955. He visited his hometown to promote The Bridges at Toko-ri, which was shown at the Paramount Theater."

 

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Well, at least this picture shows they could at least get along for a minute. On the set of Baby Jane:

 

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