Ann Blyth in Thunder On the Hill (1951)
Marlene Dietrich charming Cary Crant in "Blonde Venus" (1932)
Greer Garson, M-G-M star, shown as she left yesterday for Ottawa, Canada, from Los Angeles. Miss Garson will help raise a $600,000,000 victory loan for the Canadian government. Miss Garson expects to be gone for several weeks. Her last picture, ‘Mrs. Miniver,’ was rushed so that Miss Garson could make the jaunt - February 21, 1942.
Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, photographed by Laurence Schiller in Los Angeles, 1970.
Katharine Hepburn in Antony and Cleopatra, American Shakespeare Festival (1960)
Olivia de Havilland & Montgomery Clift “The Heiress” (1949)
-Interviewer: What was Montgomery Clift like to work with?
-Olivia de Havilland: "Naughty. It was his second picture. Red River had not yet been released, but people had seen it and knew he was marvelous in it. So he came to play Morris Townsend in The Heiress. He had a Polish lady friend who was apparently a highly respected coach, a theater coach, a very talented woman, and she would be in back of the stage. He would work out every one of his scenes with the Polish lady. I knew that when he was working with me, he wasn’t working with me at all. He was working with the Polish woman in our scenes together. It was most peculiar, but I decided I’ve got to make use of this in some fashion, and I managed psychologically to do that, because in fact, the character of Morris Townsend really is giving a performance. So I was able to get around that psychologically, but when we would finish a scene, he would look up to see whether she nodded. If she didn’t, he would say, "Can we do the scene again?" This wasn’t fun for me. It wasn’t fun for anyone, and it certainly wasn’t for William Wyler, a very distinguished man, as the director of the film."
Lauren Bacall and James Stewart at the American Film Institute 10th Anniversary held at the Kennedy Center, November 17th 1977.
Jean Arthur and Cary Grant in Only Angels Have Wings (1939)
A rare publicity still of a seventeen year old Veronica Lake in I Wanted Wings (1941)