“Most people have no idea what goes into making a picture. They think a girl just walks in and gets photographed by the movie camera, and then walks out. That was never the case, but particularly when the thirties pictures were being made, an actress spent more time getting ready to make […]
Jean Harlow, Joan Crawford, and Bette Davis in the 1933 Disney cartoon, Mickey’s Gala Premier.
Gorgeous Veronica Lake in I Married a Witch (1942)
One of my favourites weddings runaways.
Louise Brooks had always been very self-directed, even difficult, and was notorious for her salty language, which she didn’t hesitate to use whenever she felt like it. I can respect that.