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Plenty (1985) was a Film directed by Fred Schepisi and produced by Edward R. Pressman and Joseph Papp.

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'Dressing' with plenty of 'oomph'

By carole_and_co on Feb 22, 2020 From Carole & Co.

"We're Not Dressing" is an atypical Carole Lombard vehicle, in that* It's really a Bing Crosby film, complete with hits for him to sing. She was merely his leading lady. * The supporting cast is strong for a movie of Carole's -- Ethel Merman, Leon Errol, a young Ray Milland, even George Burns and Gr... Read full article

Carole Lombard, RKO (plenty of) style

By carole_and_co on Sep 9, 2019 From Carole & Co.

Carole Lombard's arrival at RKO in the spring of 1939, for the likes of "In Name Only" (a publicity still for which is shown above), coincided with her long-sought marriage to Clark Gable. That accomplishment infused Carole with confidence, and it showed in her fashion photographs.Take this, for ins... Read full article

Collecting scraps, and plenty of them

By carole_and_co on Jul 30, 2019 From Carole & Co.

Above is part of a Carole Lombard scrapbook sold at eBay in January 2015 ( She's part of a large-scale scrapbook now up for auction, featuring at least two pictures of her.Let's isolate and enlarge those images of her:The seller knows his or her stu... Read full article

Happy birthday, Bill! TCM presents plenty of Powell (and lots of Loy, too)

By carole_and_co on Jul 28, 2019 From Carole & Co.

This photo is likely the last time Carole Lombard and William Powell were pictured together in public. The former couple are seen dancing sometime in 1940 at Ciro's on the Sunset Strip. The nightclub opened that Jan. 31, and earlier that month Powell -- 16 years older than Lombard -- had married Dia... Read full article

Posters with plenty of personality

By carole_and_co on Jun 29, 2018 From Carole & Co.

Above is an image of Carole Lombard that Paramount Pictures described as a "personality poster," issued to theaters to promote studio starpower while decorating the lobby. This, from 1932, is said to have measured 14" x 17" ( what I didn't know u... Read full article

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