Greta and John waiting on set in a pair of director’s chairs. See the satin coverlet to protect Miss Garbo’s delicate gown from set dust? Have you ever seen a movie scene in which someone is barefoot? If you catch a glimpse the soles of their feet are usually black. Movie sets are grimy.

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  1. October 17, 2012

    So that means that when star dust falls from a star to the floor on a set it turns instantly black. But if you can catch it before it hits the floor it shimmers and glows like tinkerbell in a bottle. It is what they use to power the key light…. for the closeup….but it is rare now since there are fewer and fewer true stars.

    • October 17, 2012

      “Those elements were ejected into space by the force of the massive explosion, where they mixed with other matter and formed new stars, some with planets such as earth. That’s why the earth is rich in these heavy elements. The iron in our blood and the calcium in our bones were all forged in such stars. We are made of stardust,” LSU physicist Edward Zganjar (via Tink R. Bell)… Hugs from down here!

  2. October 17, 2012

    Hugs from up here!

  3. October 18, 2012

    Love the satin coverlet! Wonderful image!

    • October 19, 2012

      In a fit of retro deco appreciation I once got a satin coverlet – it never stayed on the bed. Only suitable for set decoration!

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