Images (1972) was a Film directed by Robert Altman and produced by Tommy Thompson.
Academy Awards 1972 --- Ceremony Number 45 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Music - Scoring||John Williams||Nominated|
Immaculate, 'Invaluable' imagesBy carole_and_co on Mar 18, 2020 From Carole & Co.
We all know Carole Lombard loved animals, and the above image of her canine and feline menagerie is not uncommon. However, until today, I didn't know that pic was part of her Paramount p1202 collection.Past versions I've seen cropped the bottom, so we didn't see its p1202 number (p1202-1442) or that... Read full article
A pair of new imagesBy carole_and_co on Jul 14, 2018 From Carole & Co.
I'm always delighted to discover a new (to me) Carole Lombard image, particularly when it's from her Paramount p1202 collection (p1202 was her "player" code number at the studio). Above is p1202-977, said to be from lead studio photographer Eugene Robert Richee in 1935.That pic isn't available, but ... Read full article
Day Three of Noirvember: List o’ the Week — Top 10 Film Noir ImagesBy shadowsandsatin on Nov 3, 2017 From Shadows and Satin
There’s nothing like the look of film noir. Served up by such masterful cinematographers as John Alton, Nicholas Musuraca, and John F. Seitz, the imagery from the era immediately places you in a world of cynicism, dread, and hopelessness. Today’s Noirvember celebration takes a look at 10... Read full article
Enchanting images of Edwina Booth in Trader Horn (1931)By Emma on Mar 16, 2017 From Lets Misbehave: A Tribute to Precode Hollywood
Trader Horn (1931) was starlet, Edwina Booth’s big break and first credited role. As Nina Trent, the White Goddess, Booth not only had the opportunity to be the female lead in the picture but be a part of one of the first ever location shoots in Africa. Her long, natural blonde hair and in... Read full article
More amazing images from behind the scenesBy Emma on Dec 28, 2016 From Lets Misbehave: A Tribute to Precode Hollywood
Below is another selection of intriguing and revealing behind-the-scene stills from several well-known Precode films. For more images of actors and film-makers interacting when the camera stopped rolling check out my previous post here. 1) Sylvia Sidney on the set of ‘Behold My Wife’ (... Read full article
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