Raquel Welch and Ringo Starr in Magic Christian. 1969.
Christine Darbon Doinel as a geisha in Bed and Board. Truffaut. 1970.
Personal note: Things might get a little dicey here for the next two weeks as I go on vacation. See you for sure in two weeks.
Chaplin and Peggy Hopkins Joyce chilling on a yacht off Santa Catalina Island in the summer of 1922.
I’ve heard that this is the woman whose string of marriages to millionaires inspired the term gold digger. I’m not sure if that’s true, but whether it is or not, look out Chas!
The 1970 line up of The Grateful Dead.
Six months ago, if you told me that I’d be a Dead fan on any level, I’d have thought you were crazy, but a friend of mine suggested that I might like their American Beauty album. I was skeptical, but once I found a used copy of the LP for $5.00, I really had no excuse to not check it out. Turns out he was right, I love it and it’s been in heavy rotation. I hope to get their other 1970 album, Workingman’s Dead, soon. I just hope that it’s good.
Fantastic news. I found a few more images of that other flick that Daria Halprin was in.
Daria Halprin and Bruce Davison in The Jerusalem File. John Flynn. 1972.
8 foot 7-inch-tall George Auger, 29-inch-tall Princess Wee Wee and three-legged Frank Lentini, all of the Ringling Brothers Circus, pose with 5 foot 9-inch-tall Harold Lloyd on the set of Safety Last. Sam Taylor & Fred C. Newmeyer. 1923.
A burglar at age 17. Arrested February 21, 1938.