Picture Show (A thread for interesting photos from the world of movies and TV)*

Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by JozefK, Sep 15, 2015.

  1. Kubricker

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    Damn, the shirt was monogrammed. THAT is detail
     
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    He's looking at the key, right? Right?
     
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    Really? I always thought she looked pretty sharp in it.
     
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    me too! She had supposedly told Edith head that she didn't like the color before the designs got set in stone.
    I've always wondered if Hitch made it that color just to make her uneasy.
    Don't forget--even back then, she was having mental problems by her own admission. Maybe she had some odd aversion to the color.
     
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    Publicity photo for the CBS Studio One presentation of George Orwell's 1984. L-R: scenic designer Kim Swados, Norma Crane, Eddie Albert, and director Paul Nickell (1953)

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    Rehearsing the Oscars in 1958:

    Shirley Jones, Van Johnson, Mae West, Rock Hudson, Marge and Gower Champion, Janet Leigh, Rhonda Fleming, Bob Hope, and Shirley MacLaine.

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    Gable, Grant, Hope, Niven

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    Gable and Lancaster

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    Lancaster and Kirk Douglas (w/choreographer Jack Cole) rehearse the comedy song they performed on the show, "It's Great Not To Be Nominated"

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    Cary Grant and Peter Sellers

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    George Stevens may not realize what he's been roped into

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    Walt Disney and Sergei Eisenstein

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    Olga Baclanova and director Tod Browning on the set of Freaks

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    Director Jean Renoir goes over the script of The Southerner with Zachary Scott and J. Carroll Naish

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    Last photo rates a double WOW !!! :yikes:
     
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    John Wayne, Randolph Scott and director Budd Boetticher on the set of 7 Men From Now, which starred Scott and was produced by Wayne’s Batjac Productions

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    Photo below is from the June 22-28, 1957 TV GUIDE. Left to right, Dick Jones as “Buffalo Bill Jr.”, John Lupton of “Broken Arrow”, Guy Madison as “Wild Bill Hickok”, James Arness of “Gunsmoke”, Clint “Cheyenne” Walker, Peter Graves of “Fury” (Arness' brother -- a rare photo of them together in character) and Dale Robertson of “Tales of Wells Fargo”.

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    From the same June 1957 issue, depicting five new TV western heroes set to make their debuts in the fall. (L-R) Will “Sugarfoot” Hutchins, Richard Boone, Paladin on “Have Gun Will Travel”, James Garner as “Maverick”, Ward Bond, Major Seth Adams on “Wagon Train” and James Best, set to star in “Pony Express”. (The pilot was made but didn’t sell. It later sold starring Grant Sullivan.)

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    Oct 12 1960. Vice-President Richard Nixon films some Presidential campaign spots at the Warner Bros studio. Before leaving he meets some stars of Warners TV shows. Louis Quinn (apparently roused out of the makeup chair) from 77 Sunset Strip, Edd "Kookie" Byrnes (77SS), Peter Breck (I think) in beret and striped shirt, Efrem Zimbalist Jr (77SS), and Roger Moore (Maverick).

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    I don't know why Breck (?) and Zimbalist are dressed the way they are -- the former looks like a French crooner, while the latter seems to be a WWI aviator.
     
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    Directing Patricia Neal:

    With Michael Curtiz on the set of Bright Leaf

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    Going over the script of The Fountainhead with King Vidor and Gary Cooper

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