Judith, your observation of Harlow and Crawford makes a lot of sense. Both stars are naturally lovely in those images.
Klondike, I was never compared to the Eveready bunny before, alhough believe it or not I've posted over 500 images already. Yikes.
I agree with you about Ryan O'Neal not taking his career that seriously. He could have become a contender.
Myrnaloy, that Harlow image blew me away. The Dietrich image is a work of art.
Larry, thanks for clarifying which film MM sprained her foot while making. I wasn't sure between the two and just left it 'shot on location'.
Charlton Heston with silent sceen star Ramon Novarro.
Charles Bronson just prior to his death at age 81.
Dorothy Malone with her husband Jacques Bergerac.
Now I know why Paul Muni didn't smile much in his films.
Kirk Douglas, Louis Jourdan and his wife Quiquie living the good life.
Garson Kanin and his delightful wife Ruth Gordon.
Robert Cummings, Judy Canova, comic Fritz Feld and his wife Virginia Christine.
John Ford visits his Ma Joad (Jane Darwell) for her birthday.
Designer Oleg Cassini waits while wife Gene Tierney gives an autograph.
Betty Grable, the most popular pinup girl of WWII.
Tab Hunter apparently happy to see dancer Rudolph Nureyev.
Sophia Loren in full blossom.
The shabby grave marker of exceptional character actor Charles Bickford.
No it's not the Bobbsy twins, it's Joan Crawford & Constance Bennett.
Robert Stack attempting to impress Barbara Stanwyck.
Barbara Stanwyck with adopted son Dion.
Silent screen legend Harold Lloyd with his son Harold Jr.
Errol Flynn with his daughters Rory and Deidre.
Actress Jean Wallace with her husband Cornel Wilde.
Ginger Rogers feeding Frank Sinatra some goodies.
Rita Hayworth with frequent co-star Glenn Ford.
William Powell, Errol Flynn, Kay Francis, Jack Warner & Marion Davies.
Director Tod Browning (Top center) with the wonderful cast of "Freaks" (1932).
Louis Armstrong, Barbra Streisand & Gene Kelly during "Hello, Dolly!"
Lana Turner at an airport with her boom box.
Carl 'Alfalfa' Switzer with wife Dian and their son.
Ruby Keeler and husband Al Jolson in Hawaii.
Rosalind Russell with son Lance and husband Freddie.
Vincent Price & Ronald Colman in 1957.
Shelley Winters gets primped while Montgomery Clift waits, on the set of "A Place in the Sun".