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A gay man of a certain age and a certain sensibility searching for meaning in the flickering images of classic Hollywood.
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17-year old Lauren Bacall in a 1942 fashion photo by Jerry Plucer Sarna for Harper’s Bazaar

Tyrone Power and Randolph Scott taking a break on the set of Jesse James  (Henry King, 1939)

Joan Crawford, 1943

“Send me flowers while I’m alive. They won’t do me a damn bit of good after I’m dead.“

Lisa Fonssagrives models an evening dress on the Eiffel Tower for Erwin Blumenfeld, Paris, 1939

Katharine Hepburn, 1936, photo by Ernest Bachrach

Johnny Weissmuller and Maureen O’Sullivan in Tarzan and His Mate  (Cedric Gibbons, 1934), photo by Ted Allan

Norma Shearer in a photo by George Hurrell, 1932, publicity for Strange Interlude


Lauren Bacall in Dark Passage (1947), dir. by Delmer Daves.

Marilyn Monroe and husband playwright Arthur Miller riding in their open convertible, 1957, photo by Sam Shaw

James Dean in Giant  (George Stevens, 1956), his third and final film

Audrey Hepburn in a production still from Funny Face  (Stanley Donen, 1957)

New Year’s Eve party, New York, 1956, photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt