A 1930s publicity shot of Myrna Loy with typically high-arched eyebrows – isn’t she lovely?
Marion Davies, Ziegfeld girl, Hollywood actress, self-described “silly, giggly idiot” and mistress to William Randolph Hearst, half length, seated, facing
Marilyn Monroe and Groucho (I think?) Marx in 1949. The young Marilyn (and her wiggle) made a lasting impression on
1920s silent movie star Theda Bara looking a lot less vampish than she was generally made out to be! I
One heady day in 1927 some bright spark decided it would be a good publicity stunt to send the MGM
Greta Garbo smouldering in a publicity photo from 1930, the year she moved from silent movies into talkies. Her first
I love movie posters – especially from classic movies. I have a poster of ‘To Catch a Thief’ in my
Alla Nazimova, Arthur Hoyt & Rudolph Valentino in the movie Camille from 1921. Camille is basically the same story as
An early publicity photo of James Dean taken in 1953 when he was around 22. I say it was an
Warner Brothers Studio publicity photograph of Hedy Lamarr for the 1944 film The Conspirators. I love her necklace!
It’s strange I suppose, but I never really thought about Judy Garland as being sexy. I think my image of
The height of Hollywood stars is something which has always fascinated me. I’m not sure why, but actresses always seem
1930s movie star Myrna Loy wearing an elegant halterneck dress. I’m slowly but surely falling for 1930s fashions, they were
Go on, have a slice of pure unadulterated joy this Sunday morning. What could be a better start to
I love all the early photos of Joan Crawford from the 1920s and early 1930s. They’re so different from the
Carole Lombard from Cinegraf Magazine 1934. The colours seem to be very strange in this picture, any idea why anyone?
The beautiful 1920s silent movie star Lillian Gish. I assume this is a publicity photo from one of her movies,
Rudolph Valentino and his dog. Actor and heart-throb Valentino appeared in many films, including Moran of the Lady Letty (1921), which