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The back of this publicity still for Ball of Fire (1942) reads
TWO FOR TEA – Four o’clock is the tea time on Samuel Goldwyn’s “Ball of Fire” set and the time when the players invite their friends to visit the set. 28 more words
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behind the scenes of Ball of Fire (1942) with Howard Hawks and Barbara Stanwyck in costume as Sugarpuss O’Shea.
Barbara Stanwyck gives the professors an impromptu dance lesson in Ball of Fire (1942)
Barbara Stanwyck in a nightclub scene with Gene Krupa and His Orchestra, lip synching Drum Boogie in Ball of Fire (1942). Anita O’Day, lead singer with Krupa at the time, provided the vocals.
foreign flyer for Ball of Fire (1942).
A 20th century take on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in Ball of Fire (1942), written by Billy Wilder and directed by Howard Hawks.
foreign poster for Ball of Fire (1942)