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Jake's Classic Movie Stars Pictures, Photos & Images

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Jake, you've got some fabulous photos on this thread. If you would provide some information about the subjects of those photos and the circumstances under which they were taken, if known (on the set of a particular film, for example), that would add even more to the value of the images.

 

That photo of Gary Cooper seated in front of a microphone on the previous page, for example. Is that from the 1947 HUAC meetings? It would be great to have that kind of information accompanying the pictures, if possible.

 

Thanks for a very impressive thread.

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Jake, you've got some fabulous photos on this thread. If you would provide some information about the subjects of those photos and the circumstances under which they were taken, if known (on the set of a particular film, for example), that would add even more to the value of the images.

 

That photo of Gary Cooper seated in front of a microphone on the previous page, for example. Is that from the 1947 HUAC meetings? It would be great to have that kind of information accompanying the pictures, if possible.

 

Thanks for a very impressive thread.

 

 

15754659636_427e532fa2_c.jpg"Publicity still for German postcard by Ross-Verlag, no. 5138/1, 1930-1931. Photo: Paramount. Publicity still for The Last Outlaw (Arthur Rosson, 1927). Cooper was in this silent Western credited as 'Garry Cooper''.

 

Yes, on your HUAC question.  I'll do some comments but not on all. There are reasons. Have a great 2016.

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15754659636_427e532fa2_c.jpg"Publicity still for German postcard by Ross-Verlag, no. 5138/1, 1930-1931. Photo: Paramount. Publicity still for The Last Outlaw (Arthur Rosson, 1927). Cooper was in this silent Western credited as 'Garry Cooper''.

 

Yes, on your HUAC question.  I'll do some comments but not on all. There are reasons. Have a great 2016.

 

Thanks, Jake, By coincidence, I just saw that Cooper silent for the first time about a week ago or so. It's a programmer but Coop has some scenes at the film's beginning when he's affectionately interacting with that horse, who, by the way, was called Flash, the Wonder Horse.

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