The Dawn Patrol

original lobby card (1930)

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Ceiling Zero

re-release lobby card for Ceiling Zero (1935)

The Big Sky

original lobby card (1952)

20th Century

John Barrymore as stage director Oscar Jaffe with accountant Charles Lane in the background in a screencap from Twentieth Century (1934).

The Thing

Kenneth Tobey discusses how best to deal with The Thing (1951) with some of the other scientists.

A Song is Born

foreign flyer for A Song is Born (1948).

Sergeant York

Alvin York at work in Tennessee in a screencap from Sergeant York (1941).

The Road to Glory

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Warner Baxter and Fredric March seem to be more interested in each other than in June Lang in a publicity photo for The Road to Glory (1936).

Red River

Noah Beery Jr in a publicity still for Red River (1948) as part of the cattle drive.

Red Line 7000

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Marianna Hill gets behind the wheel with James Caan in the passenger seat in Red Line 7000 (1965), but there are no female race car drivers in the film.

Mans Favorite Sport

foreign flyer for Mans Favorite Sport (1964)

Land of the Pharaohs

 

Jack Hawkins and Joan Collins in a publicity still for Land of the Pharaohs (1955).

Land of the Pharaohs

Charlie Chaplin’s son Sidney is to the right of Joan Collins in a publicity still for Land of the Pharaohs (1955).

Land of the Pharaohs

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Joan Collins has an extra marital affair with Sidney Chaplin in a publicity still for Land of the Pharaohs (1955).

I Was a Male War Bride

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I Was a Male War Bride (1949) was Howard Hawks’ most successful comedy on its first release.  While it is still delightful, it is not a comedy masterpiece alongside his Twentieth Century, Bringing Up Baby, His Girl Friday and Monkey Business.