NOT THEIR FIRST PICTURE TOGETHER - - - - - But the first picture made of Clara Bow and Victor Fleming following the announcement of their engagement in San Antonio, Texas, where Clara Bow is on location as the feminine lead in Lucien Hubbard production “Victor Fleming is directing “The Rough Riders” also a Paramount road show attraction.
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“Most actresses outgrow their public; they think of them as morons. But ever since I clicked, I’ve worked with one realization: that in me, whether I could define it or not, was something the public wanted.”
-Jean Harlow (March 3, 1911 - June 7, 1937)
Happy Birthday, Harlean Harlow Carpenter | March 3, 1911 – June 7, 1937Jean Harlow fooling around in a garden and later, with her acting coach, 1931
Clara Bow introduces Hollywood’s latest fad ☆ Original caption typed on reverse:
CLARA BOW, Paramount star, introduces the latest fad in Hollywood. The grotesque looking animal is known as the flapper’s spaniel. They look sad but make good pets, the motion picture favorite asserts. Also notice, please, that Miss Bow is wearing no hose…also the latest fad in Hollywood.
Permission is hereby granted for use of the photograph in Magazines and Newspapers. Credit to PARAMOUNT PICTURES will be appreciated. Photograph by Gene Robert Richee
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Dear god, this New York Dolls gig flyer is so cute! Since the girl looks like me, I’m going to pretend that it IS me! I saw them play a few years ago at the Avalon in Hollywood (well, David Johansen and Syl Sylvain, and replacements for the other deceased members) and it actually was one of the best shows I’ve ever been to. Johansen was very campy and youthful, and they were LOUD!
Siouxsie Sioux (1982, NYC) - This was taken at the Gramercy Park Hotel. Siouxsie and the Banshees were in town to perform at the Ritz.