Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by JozefK, Sep 15, 2015.
Jack Lemmon with Tony Curtis' mother on the set of Some Like It Hot
2001: A Space Odyssey
The Young Frankenstein Last Supper
I want to give this more likes than are possibly sensible.
This must have been a publicity shot, as those two characters weren't in any scenes together...and were probably millions of years apart in the time frame of the movie!
Doesn't Mel realize he's just made a classic!
Here's a selection from here: FRIDAY NIGHT BOYS: FRIDAY NIGHT BOY COOL #415
Bunch up, I suspect...
"What we have here... is failure... to communicate!" Cool Hand Luke, 1967.
And here's Jerry Lewis in a rare shot on the set of Jackie Gleason's Honeymooners TV show, checking out the DuMont "Electronicam." It's interesting that Jerry later used a similar idea -- but combined with videotape -- in order to help him direct himself in his 1960s and 1970s comedy films.
(Courtesy of Mark Gulbrandsen from the Facebook Motion Picture Technology group.)
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And here's a sample of the week's offerings:
I must watch this again. Soon.
Ashamedly, I don't recognize the gentleman between Chico and Harpo. Is that Zeppo?
I believe it's Alan Jones
That's the stateroom set, isn't it?
So it appears. So probably Alan Jones.
James Dean grocery shopping in Marfa TX during the filming of Giant
"Keel Bond... NOW!"
Donald Pleasance on the set of You Only Live Twice, the first time that Blofeld's face was visible in a Bond film.
Better late than never, I suppose. More here: FRIDAY NIGHT BOYS: FRIDAY NIGHT BOY COOL #417
Love that Nick and Nora shot at the end! Actually I love 'em all, but the Powell/Loy picture brightened a dreary day for me. Thanks for continuing to share these. They are appreciated.
Peter O’Toole and Audrey Hepburn on the set of How to Steal a Million, 1966
Jayne Mansfield and Sophia Loren at Romanoff’s in Beverly Hills, c. 1958
Marlyn Mason - IMDb
She was usually blonde onscreen
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