James Stewart, Thelma Ritter. REAR WINDOW
Gail Patrick, Cary Grant. MY FAVORITE WIFE
Clark Gable, Lana Turner. BETRAYED.
Frank Sinatra, Ethel Barrymore, Doris Day. YOUNG AT HEART.
Judy Garland, Van Johnson. IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME.
Hitchcock, Gregory Peck, Ann Todd. THE PARADINE CASE.
James Stewart, Alfred Hitchcock. VERTIGO?
Cary Grant, Alfred Hitchcock. SUSPICION.
Wally Cox,Marilyn Monroe, Dean Martin.SOMETHING’s GOTTA GIVE.
Marilyn Monroe, Dean Martin, Cyd Charisse.
I think that Stewart/Hitchcock image is from The Man Who Knew Too Much.
Fair enough. I wasn’t sure.
Not sure myself, but it looks like the corridor in the Albert Hall where Stewart tries to foil the assassination.
I LOVE seeing behind the scenes images from movies I love! What a treasure! My goodness… as soon as I saw Jimmy Stewart headlining this post for ‘Rear Window’ I just had to come and check it out!!! The picture with Stewart & Hitchcock is great, too… What a great duo they were… amazing imaginations & talent!
Also, great to see Doris Day, even if that particular film is not one of my favorites. Sinatra’s role really drags it down IMO. But, it’s worth the watch – just to see Doris Day! 🙂
Then, there’s suave Cary Grant, looking debonair and appropriately amused by the fireplace with Hitchcock, too! Those were certainly the days!
And, how beautiful Judy Garland and Van Johnson look… possibly rehearsing lines and sharing a good laugh between takes!!! What a precious moment someone captured that day- such beautiful smiles!!! 🙂
Thank you for taking the time, too, to capture these images and share with us!
Blessings!!! Net 🙂
Yes, it’s fascinating to see behind the cameras.
I agree Man Who Knew Too Much isnt a great role for Doris.
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