Saturday, January 30, 2016
More Paula Stone photos, with some other familiar faces.
From front to back: June Travis, Paula Stone, Alma Lloyd, Kay Linaker, Eunice Healey, Marie Wilson
Paula Stone interviewing Betty Grable on the radio during the second World War.
Paula Stone Interviewing Dinah Shore on her radio program.
Paula Stone interviewing Joan Crawford in 1952.
Friday, January 29, 2016
THIS IS THE NIGHT was a 1932 Paramount production starring Roland Young, Lili Damita, Thelma Todd, and Cary Grant. Here is a publicity photo for this movie showing Thelma Todd with Roland Young.
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
THE FIGHTING KENTUCKIAN was a 1949 Republic production which starred John Wayne and Vera Ralson. Also in the cast was Oliver Hardy in a rare solo appearance. He was quite good in this part and could have continued as a solo act in films, but mainly continued to work with Stan Laurel for the rest of his career.
THE FIGHTING KENTUCKIAN:
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Evidently SHIELD OF HONOR was on a film program with BEAU HUNKS, among other things, and William K. Everson wrote the following notes for the event.
Reblogged from https://www.nyu.edu/projects/wke/notes/titles/shieldofhonor.php
And yes, James Horne played Abdul Kasim K'horne in BEAU HUNKS.
Thelma Todd isn't mentioned. Reminds me of this author's book about Laurel and Hardy.
James W. Horne:
SHIELD OF HONOR was a Universal picture that was released on Dec. 10, 1927, the same day as THE GAY DEFENDER. Here we have three lobby cards for this movie. Thelma Todd may be seen at the left in the first one.
Special Thanks to Jorge Finkielman for providing us with these pictures.
SHIELD OF HONOR:
Mae West could be seen as similar to Peggy Hopkins Joyce, or to Thelma Todd for that matter.
Mae West's first movie was NIGHT AFTER NIGHT ( 1932 ) starring George Raft.
NIGHT AFTER NIGHT:
Sunday, January 24, 2016
Friday, January 22, 2016
AIR HOSTESS was a 1933 Columbia picture starring Evalyn Knapp which had Thelma Todd as the "other woman", a wealthy upper-class gal on the prowl who would have reminded people of Peggy Hopkins Joyce. Here is a little of this movie that someone uploaded to youtube.
Thursday, January 21, 2016
Wednesday, January 20, 2016
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
In 1929 Helen Twelvetrees was one of the Wampus Baby Stars, along with Loretta Young, Jean Arthur, Anita Page, and Sally Blane ( who was Loretta Young's sister ).