Trailer titles for Shadow Of The Thin Man (1941) dir. by Woody Van Dye

Trailer titles for Shadow Of The Thin Man (1941) dir. by Woody Van Dye

miss-flapper:

William Powell and Jean Harlow, 1930s

miss-flapper:

William Powell and Jean Harlow, 1930s


William Powell proposes a cheery toast - “The Thin Man” (1934)

William Powell proposes a cheery toast - “The Thin Man” (1934)


Carole Lombard and William Powell
My Man Godfrey - (1936)

Carole Lombard and William Powell

My Man Godfrey - (1936)

fannyardant:

Carole Lombard in “My Man Godfrey” (1936) dir. by Gregory La Cava

the-dark-city:

William Powell and Carole Lombard - "Man Of The World" (1931) 

the-dark-city:

William Powell and Carole Lombard - "Man Of The World" (1931)
 


William Powell and Mryna Loy
The Thin Man” (1934 - Trailer titles

William Powell and Mryna Loy

The Thin Man” (1934 - Trailer titles


William Powell blows suave smoke rings in “The Thin Man”  (1934)

William Powell blows suave smoke rings in “The Thin Man”  (1934)

billchandler:

What’s a divorce between friends? William Powell and his divorced wife, Carole Lombard, both of the films, are shown here as they attended the recent tennis matches in Los Angeles. Although divorced when Carole went to Reno, they have been seen together frequently.
September 25, 1933.

billchandler:

What’s a divorce between friends? William Powell and his divorced wife, Carole Lombard, both of the films, are shown here as they attended the recent tennis matches in Los Angeles. Although divorced when Carole went to Reno, they have been seen together frequently.

September 25, 1933.


William Powell and Carole Lombard on their wedding day, June 26, 1931

William Powell and Carole Lombard on their wedding day, June 26, 1931

dianapowell:

Bill Powell + comedic moments

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


Myrna Loy and William Powell - The Thin Man (1934)

Myrna Loy and William Powell - The Thin Man (1934)

Myrna Loy and William Powell - “The Thin Man”  (1934)

Myrna Loy utters those immortal dinner party lines - “The Thin Man” (1934)