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More of Our Gang to get us started.  Here's Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer in a solo shot, dressed up for who knows what.

Richard has a trio of actresses at work:

Joe returns with some spiffy pictures:

Dave sent us a shot of Louise Brooks in Now We're in the Air (1927).

Next, a cornucopia of great scans from Gary:

May 29, 2009

More Little Rascals today, in our continuing series.  Enjoy these four photos of Our Gang:

  • the famous scene of Alfalfa dodging the audience's groceries as he sings The Barber of Seville, in Our Gang Follies of 1938

  • Darla Hood and George "Spanky" McFarland all costumed-up for something

  • Darla Hood posing with James Stewart before he was famous

  • A cantankerous group, featuring Matthew "Stymie" Beard, Georgie "Darby" Billings, Tommy Bond, and George "Spanky" McFarland, getting ready to have their pictures taken, in Wild Poses (1933) - thanks to Jeff for identifying the film!

Sylvie has four new desktop wallpapers, featuring Greta Garbo, Lillian Gish, Boris Karloff, and Rudolph Valentino.

Here are three glamorous actresses making themselves pretty, courtesy of Richard:

Gary comes through with several more photos:

Corrections/attributions for existing pictures:  Ricardo identified our Greta Garbo picture posted on March 23 as being from The Painted Veil (1934).

May 23, 2009

Today marks two milestones for our site:  it's our sixth anniversary and we're publishing Doctor Macro scan number 1000!  And who better to showcase today than an actress who was there at the beginning of motion pictures, and who for many years was the most popular star in the world:  Mary Pickford.  Besides this shot from her film Kiki (1931), we have a bonus shot of her.

As of today, our site contains:
 

  • 1,001 Doctor Macro scans

  • 2,085 movie summaries

  • 10,600 Annex Scans, submitted by our site visitors

  • 1,790 songs, musical numbers, and radio programs

  • 1,104 actors and actresses

  • 10,300 movie posters

 

Thanks for all your support through the years.  We especially want to acknowledge our guest contributors whose scans and colorizations adorn our various galleries, and whose collective film knowledge, sharp eyes, and discerning taste keep us on track.

Joe has some new scans:

Rikke finally comes up for air, with images from Gone With the Wind (1939).  We have three photos of Vivien Leigh, including one of her enjoying a Clark bar.

Gary has some nifty portraits and stills for us:

 

May 20, 2009

     
     
     
     

We start of with two interesting images from Sever:

Next, Richard has three ladies from the 1940's:

Joe's back with more great stuff:

Gary sent over several more photos by Western Union:

May 17, 2009

     

We have more beautiful images from Joe:

Here are three pearl-laden ladies from Richard:

Next, we have some pleasing scans from Richard at Classic Hollywood Divas:

Dave sent us a picture of sunbathing Tuesday Weld.  Wait a minute...there's no sun!  (Thanks to Ken for help on this photo.)

Chris faxed over a shot of seductive Eleanor Parker in Never Say Goodbye (1946).  Thanks to Carrie and Richard for the correct identification of this photo!  Chris also included a picture of Louis Armstrong in Doctor Rhythm (1938).

Next, enjoy this new desktop wallpaper of Ava Gardner, courtesy of Carrie.  Also treat yourself to a few minutes at her blog, Classic Ramblings.

We conclude with more fine images from Gary:

May 14, 2009

Rikke sent over three photos of Vivien Leigh in Anna Karenina (1948).  These are for Angie.

Richard has three obscure, but beautiful international actresses today:

Kari has another top-notch image of Montgomery Clift for us.

John returns with a shot of Ida Lupino and William Prince in Pillow to Post (1945).

Enjoy this romantic photo of Ava Gardner and Gregory Peck in The Great Sinner (1949), courtesy of Frances.

More great scans from Gary:

Sever spotted two existing Tony Curtis photos, from The Defiant Ones (1958) and The Black Shield of Falworth (1954).

May 9, 2009

Sever starts us off with a nice photo of Toshirō Mifune and Machiko Kyō in Rashōmon (1950).

Enjoy these images from Joe:

Kari has another fine scan of Montgomery Clift in From Here to Eternity (1953).

Here are three more international ladies from Richard:

Here's a pretty shot of an actress called variously "Miss Deadpan," "Frozen Face," and "Miss Ice Glacier."  If you've ever seen Virginia O'Brien perform one of her unique musical numbers, you know what we mean!  Thanks to Phil for providing this first photo of her to inaugurate her gallery.

Gary has some new stills and portraits:

Andy corrected one of our existing James Stewart photos:  it's from The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956).

May 6, 2009

Richard sent over three new scans by courier:

Chris sent over three pictures of Jane Russell, for Ricardo:

  • 1 picture from Montana Belle (1952)

  • 2 pictures from The Outlaw (1943), including one with Jack Buetel (check out the fantabulous sepia version), and a fascinating behind-the-scenes session where Ms. Russell poses for one of the 1940's most famous movie posters

Next, Paul has two great monster photos from Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948), featuring Lou and Bud and Lon Chaney, Jr.

Joe did a yeoman's job of cleaning up a scan of Haya Harareet in Ben-Hur (1959).  Be sure to take a look at the "before" photo to see what he was up against.

Experience the Italian connection:  here are Claudia Cardinale (2 pictures) and Sophia Loren, courtesy of Vladimir.

Gary prepared three beautiful new scans of Jean Harlow, including one from Dinner at Eight (1933).  These are for Michel—Jean's biggest fan.  Thanks to Ricardo and Sarah for identifying the film.  As a bonus, Gary added a shot of Jack Lemmon and two of Marilyn Monroe.

Ricardo identified the Jane Fonda picture we posted on April 29 as being from Sunday in New York (1963).

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