“Red Headed Woman” (1932) - End titles

“Red Headed Woman” (1932) - End titles

damsellover:

Myrna Loy in a great still from The Mask of Fu Manchu (1932).

damsellover:

Myrna Loy in a great still from The Mask of Fu Manchu (1932).


Marlene Dietrich
Blonde Venus (1932)

Marlene Dietrich

Blonde Venus (1932)

Marlene Dietrich gets sassy with Rita La Roy

Blonde Venus (1932)


Busby Berkeley directs chorus girls for 42nd Street (1933)

Busby Berkeley directs chorus girls for 42nd Street (1933)

Carole Lombard in We’re Not Dressing (1934).

William Powell plays shoot-out-the-Christmas-tree in The Thin Man (1934)


Warren William (December 2nd, 1894 - September 24th, 1948) and friends in “The Mind Reader” (1933)
He was known as The King Of Pre-Code, and rightfully so!

Warren William (December 2nd, 1894 - September 24th, 1948) and friends in “The Mind Reader” (1933)

He was known as The King Of Pre-Code, and rightfully so!


The Mind Reader (1933)

Happy Birthday today to Warren William - (December 2nd, 1894 - September 24th, 1948)

The Mind Reader (1933)

Happy Birthday today to Warren William - (December 2nd, 1894 - September 24th, 1948)


Madge Bellamy - White Zombie - (1932)

Madge Bellamy - White Zombie - (1932)


Mae Clarke and Colin Clive - The day of the Frankenstein wedding….
Frankenstein (1931)

Mae Clarke and Colin Clive - The day of the Frankenstein wedding….

Frankenstein (1931)

warnerarchive:

Jean Harlow tries to write a letter in Bombshell (1933)

warnerarchive:

Jean Harlow tries to write a letter in Bombshell (1933)

The wives have returned………………………………….Dracula (1931)

Joan Crawford - Letty Lynton (1932)  Dress by Adrian

Macy’s department store copied the dress in 1932, and it sold over 500,000 replicas nationwide.

the-dark-city:

Happy Birthday, Marian Marsh  (October 17th, 1913 - November 9th, 2006) - Photo from “The Mad Genius” (1931)
"She (Jean, Marian’s Sister) was determined that I should crash the studio gates, and with that end in view, spent weeks haunting casting offices, telling them all about ‘little sister,’ even forgetting her own career. I finally did get a chance to make a test at Pathe. We waited for six hours before I received any attention. My makeup had to be done over and my hair dressed. When the big moment arrived, I was so tired, I really didn’t care whether I stepped before the camera or not. The director, supervising the test, told me to cry-it was exactly what I wanted to do. I cried all over the place, and he thought it was great acting. I got the contract."

the-dark-city:

Happy Birthday, Marian Marsh  (October 17th, 1913 - November 9th, 2006) - Photo from “The Mad Genius” (1931)

"She (Jean, Marian’s Sister) was determined that I should crash the studio gates, and with that end in view, spent weeks haunting casting offices, telling them all about ‘little sister,’ even forgetting her own career. I finally did get a chance to make a test at Pathe. We waited for six hours before I received any attention. My makeup had to be done over and my hair dressed. When the big moment arrived, I was so tired, I really didn’t care whether I stepped before the camera or not. The director, supervising the test, told me to cry-it was exactly what I wanted to do. I cried all over the place, and he thought it was great acting. I got the contract."