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Storyboards for Rebel Without A Cause, drawn by director Nicholas Ray. The drawings show a police sniper shooting Plato, while Jim Stark, climbing a ladder to reach him, watches him plummet to his death. This scene was never shot.

 

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"Calling All Girls" -- Movies magazine (June 1953)

 

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Whistle-bait in the beefcake brigade, Tab Hunter and Roddy McDowall do some prowling of their own!

Neither Tab nor Roddy really need the help of the little black book for getting dates. Both eligible bachelors, they have pick of film cuties.

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Top Though Tab and Roddy had just recently met, they both struck it off immediately and became good friends. Tab pulls up into the driveway of the McDowall home, near 20th, in his light blue Ford.

Middle Roddy introduces his pal to his mother and dad. Rod has an older sister, Virginia; Tab, an older brother. Close in age, Rod is 23; Tab will be that on July 1st.

Bottom Tab was fascinated with Roddy's tape recorder. Both boys are very conscientious about their careers. A true movie fan, Tab sees about five films per week, plus legit plays.

 

 

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Children draw pictures of their favorite stars for the 1925 edition of Motion Picture Magazine (hope this is visible enough...).

 

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Whoever drew House Peters and Adolphe Menjou shows some talent and a lot of promise. I hope they were able to fulfill it.

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Whoever drew House Peters and Adolphe Menjou shows some talent and a lot of promise. I hope they were able to fulfill it.

 

The Jackie Coogan picture on the upper right won a $5.00 prize (big money in those days, I'm sure), but I thought the Coogan in the middle, and the Chaplin, were much better.  Yes, agree about Menjou.

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Children draw pictures of their favorite stars for the 1925 edition of Motion Picture Magazine (hope this is visible enough...).

 

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The drawing of Rudolph Valentino (bottom center) looks like a nurse and one of the actresses of the era. :lol:

 

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The Jackie Coogan picture on the upper right won a $5.00 prize (big money in those days, I'm sure), but I thought the Coogan in the middle, and the Chaplin, were much better.  Yes, agree about Menjou.

 

IMHO the House Peters drawing shows quite a bit of caricaturing potential, especially in someone so young.

 

I can't comment on the resemblance to the actual House Peters, since I  have no idea what House Peters looked like (the drawing reminds me of Victor Mature). I vaguely call the name House Peters Jr from some talkie credits.

 

Lois Wilson was Daisy in the lost silent version of The Great Gatsby.

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IMHO the House Peters drawing shows quite a bit of caricaturing potential, especially in someone so young.

 

I can't comment on the resemblance to the actual House Peters, since I  have no idea what House Peters looked like (the drawing reminds me of Victor Mature). I vaguely call the name House Peters Jr from some talkie credits.

 

Lois Wilson was Daisy in the lost silent version of The Great Gatsby.

 

You never know...

 

House Peters, Jr. was the original Mr. Clean in TV commercials of the 50s and 60s.

 

The drawing below is most definitely a caricature of House Peters, Sr.

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