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Glamour (1931) was a Drama Film directed by Seymour Hicks and Harry Hughes and produced by Harry Hughes.

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Another p1202: Glamour in a gown

By carole_and_co on Dec 28, 2020 From Carole & Co.

Uncovering yet another Carole Lombard p1202 rarity is always a delight, and that holds true for this one. It's Paramount p1202-1301, advertised by its seller as "Original Striking 1936 Gown High Drama Art Deco Glamour Photo Carole Lombard."Yes, it's striking, with some sort of Lombard dramatic glamo... Read full article

'30s glamour: Rediscovered, new and restored

By carole_and_co on Oct 2, 2019 From Carole & Co.

With improved technology enabling full-color photography to be reproduced on a mass scale, the beauty of Carole Lombard and other celebrities was captured like never before. Her cover picture on the March 29, 1936 New York Sunday News magazine must've wowed its millions of readers.But others chose -... Read full article

Glamour out of fashion

By carole_and_co on Sep 22, 2019 From Carole & Co.

We often note how timeless Carole Lombard was, and that's accurate; in many ways, her sensibilities are remarkably modern. At the same time, we must admit that a Lombard born in the late 1980s or early '90s would probably have a mindset far removed from her actual self. Growing up with substantially... Read full article

Lounging in glamour, classic Hollywood style

By carole_and_co on Aug 21, 2019 From Carole & Co.

A few months back, the Huffington Post website issued an entry showing Carole Lombard and other stars in loungewear and such that in its words, "made tasks as mundane as ironing or talking on the phone look glamorous." Or, as in the image above, standing atop a box transformed into a goddess-like pl... Read full article

Two original samples of glamour, circa 1933

By carole_and_co on Jan 6, 2019 From Carole & Co.

Introducing the latest member of my Carole Lombard Paramount p1202 collection, now some several hundred strong...p1202-335.From the number, I'm guessing it to be from early to mid-1933. Lombard looks very imposing in that gown, perhaps one of the reasons Paramount saw her more as a clotheshorse than... Read full article

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