1949 Whitman’s Sampler Easter Advertisement
TYRONE POWER AS CAPTAIN JAMIE WARING IN THE BLACK SWAN (1942)
“Misunderstood! (because your hair is gray?)” (1944)
Cary Grant and good friend Rosalind Russell have fun at an event, 1942
Glenn Ford. From The Film Daily, 1943.
Tempera on Masonite
17 x 30 in. (43.18 x 76.2 cm)
Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, USA
Veronica Lake, Ann Carter, Elizabeth Patterson / René Clair’s I Married a Witch (1942)
From Santa Clara’s 1947 yearbook.
My great-grandma (the one on the left) turned 99 this week. ∞
The Red Shoes (1948) dir. Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger
Seen (again) in 2020:
His Girl Friday (Howard Hawks), 1940
Somehow, every time I watch this film, I fall for Russell’s Hildy Johnson even more …
Main Street (US Route 83) in San Juan, Texas with a view of the New San Juan Theater as seen in a circa 1940 postcard view from the collection of Stephen Taylor. Try as I might, I couldn’t identify the “now showing“ feature listed on the banner hanging over the theater entrance. No cinematreasures,org entry for this theater.
US Army China 1947 after the Hsin Ho incident
Lauren Bacall in To Have And Have Not (1944) dir. Howard Hawks