*CANDIDS*

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Charles Coburn and Dame May Whitty sharing a birthday...why does that seem right?

And Gena Rowlands...the archetype of the post-studio actor. What a life, including a long marriage to a difficult genius. Thank you, Gena, for allowing LOVE STREAMS - the Cassavetes movie - finally to being released for the DVD home-viewing audience to enjoy.
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Freddie Bartholomew is contorted by a fun house mirror
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY
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AUDIE MURPHY (1925 - 1971)

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Birthday boy Errol Flynn having a good time with Olivia de Havilland
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Birthday boy Audie Murphy, plays the role of proud pop at the Universal International film studio barber shop. His wife, Pamela, lends encouragement to James Shannon, 2, while barber Sol Jacoby cuts up. Audie holds his other son, Terry Michael, 3, who's all slicked up after a turn in the chair. Audie recently rejoined the family after an extensive personal appearance tour to promote his wartime biography film, "To Hell and Back", October 28, 1955
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Jackie Cooper, Catherine McLeod and Jackie Coogan chat outside the Hollywood Paramount Theater. April, 1947
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY
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MAUREEN STAPLETON (1925 - 2006)

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JANE RUSSELL (1921 - 2011)
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Hi Joe,

Gorgeous and magnificent picture of Maureen Stapleton - it just brightened my morning to see such a lovely picture of her....

Once again you top yourself with glamourous photos of character people - thank you...

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She is quite lovely in that picture, isn't she, Larry?
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Birthday gal Jane Russell gives Badminton a go with pal Robert Mitchum
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I agree with Larry, your pics are so good, rare, and ideal for movie lovers...Jane Russell looks great, as AM, (whom I first saw as a kid as Endora in BEWITCHED! ), Maureen Stapleton( who was good friend with JAN STERLING, as Jane Powell, Ann Rutherford,Betty Garrett were..)
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Birthday gal Jane Russell gives Badminton a go with pal Robert Mitchum
Um, Joe, is Mitchum even trying to get the birdie over the net? Or is he practicing some unique form of laidback Tai Chi that he developed under the influence of some bio-chemical substances?
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Bogie appears genuinely overwhelmed at his Oscar for "The African Queen"
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Victor Mature and Jean Simmons behind the scenes of "The Egyptian" in 1954
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