Carole Landis. FOUR JILLS AND A JEEP (1944).
Like the brooch.
Looking serious . Robert Taylor, Robert Mitchum, Vincente Minnelli. UNDERCURRENT.
Ronald Colman, Jane Wyatt relax between scenes. LOST HORIZON.
I think William Wellman is enjoying dousing Carole Lombard and Fredric March. NOTHING SACRED.
Sidney Blackmer and Dana Andrews go over the photographic proof. BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT.
Dana holds the stocking.
Gregory La Cava , Eve Arden look over the script while ‘Henry’ is bored. STAGE DOOR.
In conference for the next scene. Jean Arthur, Wesley Ruggles, Melvyn Douglas, Fred MacMurray. TOO MANY HUSBANDS.
Bette Davis, George Brent , William Wyler. JEZEBEL.
Got to get the distance right. Cheer up, Bette. Second Oscar awaits you.
Glenn Ford, Rita Hayworth. AFFAIR IN TRINIDAD.
Alexander Scourby in the background. I thought he was very good as the head villain .
Was fascinated to hear Bette Davis in a half hour radio broadcast of A WOMAN’S FACE. The plot is condensed very skilfully and Bette even manages a slight Swedish accent! She Is joined by Conrad Veidt and Osa Massen from the film. Warren William takes the Melvyn Douglas role. On You Tube.
By far the best photo I’ve ever seen of Carole Landis: conveys so much more personality. Wonder if the water in Wellman’s sprinkling can had first been warmed up at all!
Yes, lovely picture of Carole.
Warm water would have helped the drouking!
Always difficult to condense a plot into 30 mins
A very enjoyable post!
Thank you for this post, these are all new to me 🙂
Glad you liked them, Paula. I love finding them.