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11 minutes ago, hamradio said:

Fred McMurray as a young child.  He looks like a male Baby Peggy. :lol:

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But you can see the adult MacMurray in the eyes and mouth here, especially with the turn-down sides of his mouth.

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And here's one of MacMurray with facial hair:

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35 minutes ago, Dargo said:

Aaaah, look. Little Freddy MacMurray and his Mom...the lady who taught him to be the tightwad that he'd become.

(...hey, SOMEBODY taught him to never pick up the damn check SOMEWHERE along the line, now didn't THEY???!!!)  

;)

Got to be a little tight to raise 3 sons. ;)

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23 minutes ago, hamradio said:

Got to be a little tight to raise 3 sons. ;)

Or 4 even...  People forget about married-off Mike...

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Elvis Presley on Twitter: "In 1958, #Elvis met Sophia Loren at ...

 

Elvis and Sophia Loren, 1958.  Seem to be hitting it off.

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On 5/11/2020 at 3:51 AM, cigarjoe said:

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Some interesting subtext here from Loretta Young

The Accused ... ???

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On 5/29/2020 at 4:30 AM, cigarjoe said:

Pin on Vintage Ads

Grreat Ad. Especially if it was released following the release of "Anatomy of a Murder."

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5 minutes ago, laffite said:

Grreat Ad. Especially if it was released following the release of "Anatomy of a Murder."

I don't know if the use of the term 'dated' is good in an ad. 

I would have used days-of-the-week panties.

Also,  if a women happens to encounter  Bernard "Barney" Quill and something bad happens,  they can be used as evidence for when the crime occurred! 

 

 

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1 minute ago, jamesjazzguitar said:

I don't know if the use of the term 'dated' is good in an ad. 

I would have used days-of-the-week panties.

 

Maybe young girls back then were reactionary. Okay, fat chance.

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1 minute ago, laffite said:

Maybe young girls back then were reactionary. Okay, fat chance.

Panties for obsessively organized of the post-war era.  The phrase that gets me: sporty enough to share?  Is sporty some type of euphemism for sexy, in the 40s?

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7 minutes ago, txfilmfan said:

Panties for obsessively organized of the post-war era.  The phrase that gets me: sporty enough to share?  Is sporty some type of euphemism for sexy, in the 40s?

Maybe "share" is the euphemism.

:)

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Raquel Welch and Marcello Mastroianni on set of: Shoot Loud, Louder... I Don't Understand (1966).

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This pic makes me think of me and my best friend. We were called Mutt and Jeff by our teachers in school. We've known each other for so long that we don't notice the height difference anymore. (I'm the short one.)

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Is this one of those Cheech and Chong quarter pounders? 

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Olivia De Havilland and Errol Flynn on Warner Brother's back lot mid-late 1930s.

 

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