Dana Andrews advertising hats, with a plug for FORBIDDEN STREET (BRITANNIA MEWS,1949), made in England and costarring Maureen O’Hara. Dana plays two roles in this film.
I always thought of the Stetson as a cowboy hat, but the Stetson hat company was founded by John B. Stetson (1830-1906) and the brand name,Stetson covers all sorts of hats.
”I’m sorry, Mr.Mayer. This seat is taken.”
Louis B. Mayer, Irene Dunne.
James Stewart pilots Margaret Sullavan. 1939 in his own plane.
Randolph Scott in Sedona, Arizona for location shooting on THE GUNFIGHTERS (1947).
- Bette Davis’s 33rd birthday and the world premiere of THE GREAT LIE in Littleton New Hampshire. 1941.
All aboard the Warner Brothers express for the promotional tour for DODGE CITY. Many contract players roped in.
Gilbert Roland, Priscilla Lane, Errol Flynn, Frank McHugh, Guinn Williams, Humphrey Bogart, John Garfield, Wayne Morris, John Payne.
Who have I missed?
Love the wording in this ad for PSYCHO:
“….The managers of the De Mille and Baronet theatres have been instructed, at the risks of their lives, not to admit to the theatre any persons after the picture starts.
Any spurious attempts to enter by side doors, fire escapes or ventilating shafts will be met by force.”
A rare group of top Hollywood singers: Susannah Foster, Jeanette MacDonald, Kathryn Grayson, Judy Garland, Deanna Durbin.
Wonder what the event was.
- Edward G. Robinson on the KATE SMITH HOUR, CBS radio. 1937.
Did Eddie play the harp?
Marie Windsor, John Garfield. FORCE OF EVIL.