Red Line 7000

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original publicity still (1965) with Norman Alden, James Caan and current gay activist George Takei.

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The Outlaw

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screen newcomers Jane Russell and Jack Buetel in a publicity still for The Outlaw (1943).  Jane became a big star while Jack scratched out a meager career into 50s tv.

Only Angels Have Wings

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Cary Grant and Jean Arthur in a colorized publicity still for Only Angels Have Wings (1939)

Only Angels Have Wings

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foreign poster for Only Angels Have Wings (1939)

Monkey Business

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Cary Grant takes the drug B4 and visits a tailor to project a more youthful image in an original publicity still for Monkey Business (1952)

Monkey Business

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Charles Coburn hoses down Marilyn Monroe as Ginger Roger’s old boyfriend Hugh Marlowe shows off his mohawk in the laboratory where the youth drug B4 was created in an original publicity still for Monkey Business (1952)

Hatari

Elsa Martinelli and John Wayne in a comic scene from Hatari (1962).

Hatari

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The Hatari (1962) work group is missing Elsa Martinelli.  I don’t know the older gentlemen cut off on the left.

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

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Marilyn Monroe, starring in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953) in an ad for Lustre-Creme shampoo.

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original long playing soundtrack album for Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953)

El Dorado

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John Wayne and Robert Mitchum pose for a publicity still for El Dorado (1966)

Come and Get It

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Frances Farmer in an original publicity still for Come and Get It (1936).  Frances was born in Seattle and had 21 acting credits, from four films in 1936, to a tv episode in 1959.  Come and Get It was the finest showcase of her talent.

Come and Get It

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Frances Farmer and Maddy Christians in a publicity still for Come and Get It (1936).

Come and Get It

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Edward Arnold as Wisconsin lumber tycoon Barney Glasgow surrounded by some of his workforce in an original publicity still for Come and Get It (1936).

Corvette K225

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Randolph Scott in a scene from Corvette K225 (1943), directed by Richard Rossen and produced by Howard Hawks.