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Here is veteran character actor Chill Wills in a quiet moment, photographed by Clarence Sinclair Bull.  We scanned an original 1943 MGM photo.

Nick and Jane handed over a few goodies:

John identified the movie associated with his March 12th scan of  Paulette Goddard:  it's from The Torch (1950).

Rikke sent in seven new photos of Hedy Lamarr, including one from The Strange Woman (1946) with George Sanders, and one from Samson and Delilah (1949)—thanks to Bob for identifying this one.

 

Let's end with some film clips:

March 31, 2007

The Ten
Command.

So Proudly
We Hail

MGM Shorts
 

   

Enjoy this scan of three scamps from The Champ (1931):  Jackie Cooper, Marcia Mae Jones, and Jesse Scott.

Paula sent us a picture of outdoorsman Don Ameche.

Onward and upward with Nick and Jane:

March 27, 2007

Girl Shy
(Vamp)

Girl Shy
(Flapper)

Girl Shy
(Wedding)

We start with a pretty scan of Paulette Goddard and Michael Wilding from An Ideal Husband (1947).  It's the first of six in this series, courtesy of John.

Here are 9 more Bette Davis pictures, including one from The Little Foxes (1941), from Rikke.

Next, we have some offerings by Jane:

Gunnar motored over with six new Ava Gardner shots.

Nick and Jane partnered on some interesting new scans:

March 26, 2007

Florodora
Girl
#1

Florodora
Girl
#2

Florodora
Girl
#3

Here's Buster Keaton in The Cameraman (1928).  We also have a film clip, which includes the famous sequence where he peers over his camera at beauteous Marceline Day.

More interesting stills from Nick and Jane:

March 23, 2007

The
Cameraman

Tonight
or Never

Show People
 

 

Pete starts us off with a nice shot of Henry Fonda.

We also have a picture of Gregory Peck, sent in by Fred.

Nick and Jane continue to amaze with:

Thanks to our intrepid guest contributors!

We'll end with a few film clips:

March 22, 2007

You Can't Take
it With You

Sherlock, Jr.
 

Sullivan's Travels

MGM Shorts
 

Jane starts us off with a still of Fred Astaire, Nanette Fabray, and Jack Buchanan as triplets creating a ruckus in The Band Wagon (1953).  We also have a film clip of this famous sequence (the sound is a little out of synch—sorry).

We have several new and continuing series from Nick and Jane:

John sent in a beautiful—but significantly impaired—still from Devotion, featuring Olivia de Havilland, Nancy Coleman, and Ida Lupino.  It took some doctoring, but we got it fixed!  Doctor Nick started off by fixing the major damage, then Doctor Macro did the fine tuning afterward to return it to its original glory.  Check out the uncleaned version on Ida Lupino's page, to see what we were dealing with.

Rikke sauntered on by with a passel of Bette Davis pictures.

Thanks once again to our guest contributors!

Enjoy these film clips:

March 19, 2007

Triplets

Neighbors
 

The More
the Merrier

The Band
Wagon

 
     
 

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