Red Line 7000

Marianna Hill and James Caan pose next to the Pepsi product placement in a scene from Red Line 7000 (1965).  At the time, Coke was America’s favorite soft drink, and Pepsi was a distant second, closer to RC Cola in popularity.

El Dorado

John Wayne as Cole Thornton in El Dorado (1966)

Barbary Coast

flyer for Barbary Coast (1935)

Barbary Coast

promotional advertising for Barbary Coast (1935) included with a pack of British cigarettes.

To Have and Have Not

Today’s posts are all tumblr gif reblogs from To Have and Have Not (1944)

Rio Lobo

Rio Lobo (1970)

Red Line 7000

Laura Devon is in the audience at the race track in a scene from Red Line 7000 (1965).  She seems pleased, but given her modest acting skills,  its hard to know for sure.

The Big Sleep

Humphrey Bogart and Martha Vickers in a screencap from The Big Sleep (1946)

The Outlaw

Thomas Mitchell in a print ad for The Outlaw (1943)

His Girl Friday

print ad for His Girl Friday (1940)

Bringing Up Baby

Cary Grant, Skippy the Dog and Katharine Hepburn in Bringing Up Baby (1938).  It was unusual for a comedy at the time to be filmed outdoors and at night.  Nevertheless, the New York Times critic found the movie a bore. and a tired, derivative rehash of earlier, better comedies.

Bringing Up Baby

Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn in a newspaper ad for Bringing Up Baby (1938)

Ceiling Zero

screencap from Ceiling Zero (1936).  Howard Hawks’ previous aviation films are The Air Circus and The Dawn Patrol.  He would also make Air Force.

Fig Leaves

George O’Brien and Olive Borden as Adam and Eve in a scene from Fig Leaves (1926)

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

Jane Russell, Marilyn Monroe and Elliot Reid in an original publicity still for Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953)