I Was a Male War Bride

Kenneth Tobey has his arms folded observing the antics of husband and wife Ann Sheridan and Cary Grant in an original publicity still for I Was a Male War Bride (1949). It was the fourth of five films Cary Grant made with Howard Hawks, starting with Bringing Up Baby (1938), to Monkey Business (1952). They were all comedies, excepting Only Angels Have Wings (1939).

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re-release publicity still for The Thing (1951)

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Margaret Sheridan and Kenneth Tobey are a fine Hawksian couple in a publicity still for The Thing (1951).

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Kenneth Tobey points to something bothersome in The Thing (1951)

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Kenneth Tobey and Margaret Sheridan are a fine Hawksian couple in an original publicity still for The Thing (1951)

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Kenneth Tobey and Dewey Martin are part of the work group in an autographed publicity still for The Thing (1951)

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The back of this publicity still reads

TT-46—-AFTER THE BATTLE”S OVER—-Doctoring and being doctored after meeting The Thing are (l. to r.) Sally Creighton, William Self, John Dierkes, Dewey Martin, Kenneth Tobey, Margaret Sheridan, Douglas Spencer and William Neff.  Chinese cook in background is Lee Tung Foo.  It happens in Winchester Pictures’ “The Thing” from another world, which RKO Radio will distribute.

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the scientific team attacked by The Thing (1951)  includes Kenneth Tobey and Dewey Martin

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more pointing in The Thing (1951).  Actually its a cropped mirror image of another of today’s posts.

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even leisure time is tense with The Thing (1951) close by

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original publicity still for The Thing (1951) with  Kenneth Tobey, John Dierkes, Sally Creighton, Douglas Spencer

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Dewey Martin and Kenneth Tobey in a screencap from The Thing (1951)

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Kenneth Tobey discusses what to do about The Thing (1951) with the other scientists.

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Kenneth Tobey points to trouble in The Thing (1951)

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Kenneth Tobey in an autographed publicity still for The Thing (1951).