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Walt Disney looks very dapper in this 1930s shot, accompanied by a cut-out Mickey Mouse that looks like a department-store display piece.
It took me time to realize that Shirley Temple is standing on a metal shipping can designed to transport 35mm prints. Could this be a promotional photo for Bright Eyes, in which she sings “On the Good Ship Lollipop” while strolling down the aisle of an airplane?
The Three Stooges never missed an opportunity to “mug” for the camera, and here is evidence, as they make a personal appearance at the Texas Centennial celebration in 1936.
Alfred Hitchcock is another figure who enjoyed playing up his public persona as the master of suspense, even in a simple still photo such as this.
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans would have accumulated a daunting number of frequent-flyer miles during their heyday touring the country. This pose is likely from the 1950s.
When it comes to posing, few people in the history of
RT @leonardmaltin: 'Inside Llewyn Davis' has an incredible cast--but is difficult to recommend to anyone but a Coen camp follower http://t.…Posted 22 hours ago
@leonardmaltin I heard "The Wolf of Wall Street" recently screened for critics in Los Angeles. Have you seen it? Thoughts?Posted 23 hours ago
I always enjoy talking movies w/@LeonardMaltin. Here's the podcast of my conversation with him @AmericaWeekend today. http://t.co/ZIX7265HD3Posted 1 day ago
@leonardmaltin I aired our conversation this morning, and it's up now as a podcast (http://t.co/iU7duphO86). Thanks again for doing it!Posted 1 day ago