Watched by a local resident and Robert Redford, Paul Newman reacts in mock pain as his daughter pushes down on his knee while they all sit on an outdoor bench in Cuernavaca, Mexico while taking a break during the filming of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, 1968. Photo by Lawrence Schiller.
Marc Davis pre-production development art for Cruella de Vil for 101 Dalmatians
Although I decided not to make another long-term commitment to the stage, I was glad to get back to New York after the filming of Streetcar. I lived in an apartment at Sixth Avenue and Fifty-seventh Street near Carnegie Hall and dropped in from time to time at the Actors Studio to meet girls. One […]
The Devils // dir. Ken Russell – VERY disturbing!
Jayne Mansfield in Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? (1957)
“Spencer found life very difficult. It was acting that was easy.” ~ K. H. Happy 113th Birthday, Spencer Bonaventure Tracy! (April 5th, 1900 – June 10th, 1967)
“It’s better to be hated for who you are, than to be loved for someone you’re not. It’s a sign of your worth sometimes, if you’re hated by the right people.” — Bette Davis