Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by JozefK, Sep 15, 2015.
From the grape stomping scene.
"You want fries with that?"
Mike Douglas, Gene Simmons, Cher (1979):
Another 12 now up: FRIDAY NIGHT BOYS: FRIDAY NIGHT BOY COOL #507
And here's a selection of five:
Here's a terrific shot from the current hit film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, where Quentin Tarantino used the 100-year-old restaurant Musso & Franks for a real Hollywood location. The white-haired gentleman in the foreground is noted DP Bob Richardson (who operates his own camera), and the mic boom operators work for Mark Ulano, one of the top sound people in the world. The light is coming through the giant white muslin sheet on the left, which creates a nice, soft effect to flatter the actors.
Future novelist Dr Richard Hornberger (aka Richard Hooker) at the 8055 MASH, Korea 1952
Here are some gems: FRIDAY NIGHT BOYS: FRIDAY NIGHT BOY COOL #508
And here are five of them:
Here's an amazing shot of To Have and Have Not at Warner Bros. in 1944, with Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, along with director Howard Hawks and DP Sidney Hickcox:
And below is Busby Berkeley directing Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney in the “I Got Rhythm” number from MGM’s Girl Crazy, shot in Culver City in 1943.
And below is an 1880s London street set built for Paramount’s 1931 production of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, directed by Rouben Mamoulian and starring Frederic March:
[All three pics courtesy of the great Thomas Del Ruth, ASC, on Facebook]
What's that long contraption on the camera? Thanks.
Well, it's sitting one of MGM's studio-designed cranes. I think the metal frame wrapped around the actual camera is mostly eye-lights & fill lights for the actors as the camera gets closer.
Hey, don't omit Columbia/Sony Pictures! Disney, too.
Christopher Lee; Vincent Price; John Carradine; Peter Cushing.
I knew Lee and Cushing.. have head about Price and Carradine but didn't recognize their faces.
Some more: FRIDAY NIGHT BOYS: FRIDAY NIGHT BOY COOL #509
This week's selected five:
David Bowie and Mick Jagger bring out the cake at the wedding reception of Eric Idle and Tania Kosevich (1981)
Very nice! I just read Idle's memoirs, and highly recommend it (them?).
Larry Linville, in character as Frank Burns (though long after he left MASH) with presidential press secretary James Brady, who was paralyzed in the 1981 attempted assassination of President Reagan.
Some amazingly good images: FRIDAY NIGHT BOYS: FRIDAY NIGHT BOY COOL #510
And a selection of five:
Peter O'Toole, before his nose job and dyed hair
Hitchcock's editor, George Tomasini
Nearly forgot: FRIDAY NIGHT BOYS: FRIDAY NIGHT BOY COOL #511
Here's the five:
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