Mal St. Clair (, seated behind cameraman Walter Lundin,) directs Barbara Kent—who died last week at age 103!—in Welcome Danger. 1929.
Also pictured from left, Gaylord Lloyd (just visible), Wallace Howe, Jimmy Anderson, Harold Lloyd, head electrician “Bard” Bardwell and Harold’s double Jake Jacoby.
St. Clair’s contributions as director went uncredited.
May 23, 1922.
Films and Filming reporter Allen Eyles musters about as much of an endorsement of The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend as one could.
A horrific display outside a Manhattan cinema (across the street from a Walgreens) entices passersby to check out screenings of Fiend Without a Face. 1958.
The bullshit brigade is out in London promoting The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms. Circa 1953.
Aggressive advertising for I Was a Teenage Werewolf. Those people lining up were bound to leave disappointed. 1957.
Photo and original caption: Sight and Sound. Spring 1958.
Sticky Fingers. Rolling Stones. 1971.
Louise Brooks on display. 1930.