Time on my hands so I decided to mix up my usual photo posts.
This one came as a surprise. Back in 2017 I wrote a piece about little known producer Voldemar Vetluguin who had produced one of my favourite films, East Side, West Side.
A few days ago I was checking the stats on the blog and discovered that the post of Mr.Vetluguin had been viewed 126 times in the past week. Very surprising .
Anyway, I happened to look up this producer on IMDB and this it what I found. A picture of Harry Lauter ! I guess I should correct it.
(ps. I did)
Joan Blondell on the Warner Bros. lot Is that sound stage 3 behind her.
Ann Blyth in costume as Helen Morgan in Both Ends of the Candle.
Heavens knows why Ann was dubbed in this film. Her voice suited Helen Morgan’s.
Nice publicity shot of Constance Towers and Jeffrey Hunter in Sergeant Routledge.
On the set of Hell On Frisco Bay?
Alan Ladd, Jack Warner, Edward G. Robinson.
Randolph Scott, Ann Richards. Badman’s Territory.
Fun on the set of High Society.
Bing, Grace, Celeste , Frank.
Interesting to see how this publicity pose was set up.
Ann Sheridan, Cary Grant. I Was a Mail Order Bride / You Can’t Sleep Here.)
And Cary and Ann on location.
Lovely sunny closeup of Bette Davis.
Vienna, I really enjoy these photographs. The one of Bette Davis is a different one.
I love finding rare ones like that.
These photos today give me such joy. Thanks.
Thank you Patricia
Is that really Ann with Cary on location? She looks like Jeanette McDonald!
It’s that wide smile!
Also a rare appearance by actress KayYoung who was married to Michael Wilding and Douglass Montgomery. Poor Douglass died very young in 1966
Interesting. I see she only made a few films.