PHOTO MIX. 13

James Stewart

James Stewart

Harvey and his best friend. What do you mean you can’t see Harvey!

 

 

James Stewart,Grace Kelly.REAR WINDOW

James Stewart,Grace Kelly.REAR WINDOW

He’s looking puzzled. She’s a mystery to him.

 

 

Garbo,Melvyn Douglas.NINOTCHKA

Garbo,Melvyn Douglas.NINOTCHKA

 

Roland a young,Garbo.TWO FACED WOMAN

Roland  Young, ,Garbo.TWO FACED WOMAN

Who said Garbo never smiled/laughed.

 

 

James Mason,Judy Garland. A STAR IS BORN

James Mason,Judy Garland. A STAR IS BORN

Great scene for James Mason  who is about to do something he will regret.

 

 

Dana Andrews,Joan Crawford. DAISY KENYON.

Dana Andrews,Joan Crawford. DAISY KENYON.

 

 

Joel MCrea

Joel MCrea

 

 

Steve Brodie,James Millican,Stephen McNally.WINCHESTER 73

Steve Brodie,James Millican,Stephen McNally.WINCHESTER 73

You won’t have that Winchester for long,Mr McNally.

 

 

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Don’t you love how it says GLORIOUS BLACK AND WHITE.

 

 

Robert Walker. STRANGERS ON A TRAIN

Robert Walker. STRANGERS ON A TRAIN

Who’s watching the tennis. I’m trying to figure out if that is Bess Flowers in the striped dress behind Robert Walker!

Great  shot from Mr.H.

 

 

 

Ingrid Bergman. NOTORIOUS

Ingrid Bergman. NOTORIOUS

She’s about to meet the man who will change her life. Cary Grant of course!

 

 

 

 

 

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2 responses »

  1. That still of Robert Walker staring straight ahead while everyone else’s head is turned gives me the creeps. This was a stroke of brilliance on Hitchcock’s part, no?

    Any verdict on the Bess Flowers question?

  2. Even more dramatic when you watch the scene and you see the heads turning back and forth,following the play and only Walker doesn’t turn his head.
    As you probably know, Walker’s character is only interested in observing one of the players, Farley Granger.
    It’s an iconic Hitchcock shot.
    Checked IMDB, doesn’t seem to be Bess in that shot.

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