Tales from Tinseltown…recording them now…I'll let you know when it's story time.
Words cannot express… A very… I don’t know what image of an Easter in Hollywood. Large rabbit with Jean Parker and Mary Carlisle
Jean Arthur. She taught drama to a young Meryl Streep at Vassar, and as a starlet painted giant Easter eggs.
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Ahahahaha! Ludicrous! She must have been mortified! I’d like to have seen them dress Clark Gable up like that!
Admit it, what you’d like to have see is Carole Lombard dressed up in a rumpled fedora and an open bomber jacket 😉 .
That’s actually a creepy and somewhat frightening image, the way clowns can be creepy and frightening.
How did you know I was frightened of clowns 😉 ?
Certainly a strange image.One that I would not associate with her.
Young actresses did all the holiday publicity poses… But there are a couple notable exceptions, for instance, you don’t see Bette Davis dressed as a rabbit anywhere!
Ah, no, Vickie! A crumpled fedora and a bomber jacket? That sounds more like Humphrey Bogart and that’s not to my taste! 😉
Silk charmeuse gown? 🙂
do you know which book this photo is published in?
Hi John, this is a guess, but judging by the age of Ms. Young the picture may have been taken by Ruth Harriet Louise, a photographer for MGM. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/8652691/Star-maker-the-photographer-Ruth-Harriet-Louise.html
I hope this helps 🙂 .
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