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November 2012
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Our last update of 2012 begins with two peachy scans prepared by Sarah and Michelle:

Joe sent us more fine photos:

Here are Margaret Lindsay and Ronald Reagan in Hell's Kitchen (1939), for Sarah.

Henry Hull extends a warm Happy New Year as he contemplates his next move in Werewolf of London (1935).

December 31, 2012

We have a new face today:  Duncan Renaldo as the Cisco Kid in The Valiant Hombre (1948), with Leo Carrillo.  Many thanks to Sarah and Michelle for restoring this photo to its original quality.

Next, more Ronald Reagan:

Here is another picture of pretty 1960's actress/singer Connie Stevens.

Boris Karloff peers out to the curious crowd in House of Frankenstein (1944), courtesy of David.

Elegant Suzan Ball arrives at the party.  Thanks to Rikke for this image.

To finish up today, Peter sent us gorgeous scans of Jane Fonda and Goldie Hawn.

December 29, 2012

Our favorite tag team of Michelle and Sarah have produced two more beautifully restored photos for us:

Ronald Reagan's new main gallery was inspired by Sarah and Michelle.  These three new photos are dedicated to them:

Next up, we have a new photo of Connie Stevens.

Here are the rootin' tootin' early Our Gang kids in Shootin' Injuns (1925).

We have a picture of superstar James Stewart.

I was upstairs cleaning out the Atticus and came across this wonderful picture of Gregory Peck from To Kill a Mockingbird (1962).  It should perk up even the most tired little wallaby!

December 27, 2012

     

Pretty Maureen O'Sullivan graces our pages again, courtesy of Sarah and Michelle.

We have three pictures of Ronald Reagan in Hellcats of the Navy (1957), with Nancy Davis.

Frances sent us a very nice shot of Joan Collins in Turn the Key Softly (1953).

Here is a beautiful sepia-toned photo of Jean Harlow, for Michel.

Kay Francis, Cary Grant, and Carole Lombard star in the 1939 romantic potboiler In Name Only.  Thanks to Debbie for this photo.

Enjoy this scan of Lon Chaney, Jr. and Louise Allbritton in Son of Dracula (1943), courtesy of David.

The gold dust triplets, Tim Holt, Humphrey Bogart, and Walter Huston, don't know what to make of their find in The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948).

December 23, 2012

Elvis Presley enters the building to perform in King Creole (1958), courtesy of Michelle and Sarah.  Thank you for cleaning this photo so beautifully, ladies!

Next, strong man Spanky flexes his muscles in this Our Gang photo.  Also check out the supersized version.

Sarah G. prepared a nice picture of Bing Crosby.

John sent us two stills from The Law and the Lady (1951), starring Michael Wilding, Greer Garson, and Phyllis Stanley.

For some reason, I was in a Ronald Reagan mood today.  This is for Sarah and Michelle, the two bestest picture pickers ever!

Peek-a-boo, I  see you, says Carroll Baker.  Thanks again to Peter for this unusual photo of her.

Ann Miller and Arlene Dahl want to make sure Red Skelton will Watch the Birdie (1950).

Let's end with pretty Ann Miller, courtesy of Rikke.

December 21, 2012

Let's begin with two more pretty scans courtesy of Sarah and Michelle:

Next up, more pleasing photos from Peter:

Gary ends things today with Rita Hayworth, Ginger Rogers, and Frank Sinatra.

December 19, 2012

Michelle and Sarah restored two photos:

Joe sent over some nice photos:

We end with more special gems, courtesy of Peter:

December 17, 2012

     

We begin with two superstars:  Marlon Brando and Barbara Stanwyck.  These beautiful photos were prepared with great care by Sarah and Michelle.

Here is voluptuous Carroll Baker in a gorgeous color scan, courtesy of Peter.  For a bonus, he added a stunning picture of sisters Olivia de Havilland and Joan Fontaine, especially for Sarah and Michelle.

We have a second nice photo of Miriam Hopkins in the 1937 comedy, Woman Chases Man.

Enjoy this color photo of Maureen O'Hara in Sinbad the Sailor (1947), from Peter.  Thanks to Sarah for identifying the film!

Lizabeth Scott appears in a dramatic posed shot.

Angela Lansbury, Katharine Hepburn, Spencer Tracy, and Van Johnson contemplate the State of the Union (1948).

We conclude with 1930's actress Peggy Shannon in exotic garb.

December 12, 2012

Today we have a second nice photo of popular 1940's and 50's star Bill Williams.  This is for Sarah.  Also check out the supersized version.

Michelle and Sarah restored two pretty scans:

Here are two more wonderful pictures of Barbara Stanwyck, courtesy of Peter.  The four-time Oscar-nominated actress is shown in The Gay Sisters (1942) and in a publicity shot with hirsute hubby Robert Taylor.

Peter follows it up with three pretty images of Lana Turner.

Dan Duryea ends today's proceedings, in this posed shot for Sarah G. and Elizabeth G.

Elisabeth identified an existing Donald O'Connor photo from Mister Big (1943).

December 7, 2012

Here are two new faces to the site, in scans prepared expertly by Michelle and Sarah:

Vilma Banky appears in The Eagle (1925).

Here's Elvis Presley in a posed shot.

Enjoy Laurel & Hardy in The Live Ghost (1934), courtesy of Gary.

Eleanor Powell leads the dance line in Broadway Melody of 1940—thanks to Sarah G. for identifying the film.

Edna Purviance, Charlie Chaplin's frequent co-star, is caught holding the bag with the famed pooch in A Dog's Life (1918).

Sarah and Michelle identified an existing Eleanor Powell photo as being from Broadway Melody of 1936.  Thank you ladies!

Next up, Clark Gable and Carole Lombard in No Man of Her Own (1932), with assorted other players.

Rikke wanted to phone in today's closer but was too busy, so she asked Barbara Stanwyck to do the honors.

December 3, 2012

     

Sarah and Michelle cleaned and prepared two pleasing scans:

Peter contributed more nice photos:

Next up, a shot of Frank Capra on the set of Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939).  This one is dedicated to the bestest letter writer!

Let's end with a photo of Louis Armstrong and some lovely ladies, in Doctor Rhythm (1938).

December 1, 2012

     
     

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