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Inspired by George Hurrell

George Hurrell inspired shoot. George Hurrell was an American photographer in the 1940’s & 50’s who shot what became to be known as “Hollywood Glamour”. He shot all the famous movie stars of the time in contrasty monochrome. 19 more words

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Past Imperfect - #522

After a grueling twenty minutes of being on the film set with all the Little People, Joan retreats to her Personal Adoration Chamber for a few hours of reflection and self-worship…


Past Imperfect - #459

Archaeologist #1: “What the hell is that?”

Archaeologist #2: “Well, based on my research notes, this appears to be a rare specimen from the Golden Age of Hollywood.” 23 more words


Glamorous portraits

Listen to to  Fred Astaire’s glamorous effortlessness, while reading this article.

Georges Hurrell, the glamour photographer or Hollywood in 1930s and 1940s worked for a time at MGM studios and fashion magazines and advertisements.A… 100 more words

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Adrian's outfits for Crawford in 'Today We Live,' (Howard Hawks, USA, 1933).


Today We Live is a curiosity: the only time Joan Crawford and Gary Cooper co-starred; the only time Faulkner wrote a script of one of his stories. 992 more words

Past Imperfect - #379

Greta was feeling a bit blue, as she hadn’t seen her lover in days and she was beginning to suspect that their torrid relationship had run its course. 532 more words