The Golden Age of Publicity #9

Original Caption:

Santa Barbara -- Popular actor Rock Hudson is shown with his bride, the former Phyllis Gates, following their surprise wedding on November 9, 1955 in Santa Barbara, California. Rock beams happily as his bride of just a few moments telephones the news of their marriage to friends. Hudson's wedding to the former secretary of his business agent, Henry Willson, took Hollywood by surprise. (1955)

The Cool Hall of Fame #117

Stan Kenton

Seminal Image #801

The Circus
(Charles Chaplin; 1928)

When Legends Gather #378

The Beverly Sisters and The Walker Brothers

The Art of Cinema #299

East Side, West Side
(Allan Dwan; 1927)

Seminal Image #800

Les Quatre Cent Coups (The 400 Blows)
(François Truffaut; 1959)

When Legends Gather # 377
They Were Collaborators #440

Jean Pierre Leaud, Jeanne Moreau, Bernadette Lafont and Jean Eustache at the Cannes Film Festival to promote 'La Maman Et La Putain' on 18th May 1973.

Adventures in American Filmmaking #98

John Cassavetes directs A Child Is Waiting

Artists in Action #348

David Mamet on the set of The Postman Always Rings Twice

Seminal Image #799

Wisconsin Death Trip
(James Marsh; 1999)

Cinema Indigo #6

The Lure Of A Woman
(J.M. Simms;1921)

Artists In Action #347

Director Harry Beaumont measures up Virginia Parent for The Broadway Melody.

They Were Collaborators #439

Composer Harold Arlen, lyricist Lew Brown and Eddie Cantor pose for a gag shot on the set of Strike Me Pink.

Tricky: Scenes from a Life #51

Tricky tames a Lion (1953)

When Legends Gather #376

Bobby Short and Jack Lemmon

Artists in Action #346

Elia Kazan generates his own material

(Wo)men of God #3

Kathryn Kuhlman

The Art of Cinema #298

Dr. Mabuse, der Spieler
(Dr. Mabuse: The Gambler)
(Fritz Lang; 1922)

Annals of Crime #13

Original Caption:

Chicago -- Braving bullets from a trapped safe-blowing gang, policeman Arthur Olsen trades shots with desperadoes as he seeks flimsy shelter behind a car. Olson injured his face when one of the gunmen fired through a plate glass of the currency exchange when he was the first to investigate the call. Olsen immediately called for re-enforcements for the battle, which lasted nearly an hour, in which two yeggs were slain, two captured, one believed to have escaped, and three policemen injured. (1947)

The Cool Hall of Fame #116

Noam Chomsky

The Golden Age of Prurience #47

The Female Animal
(Jerry Gross; 1970)

G is for Gedney #14

Kentucky Tent Revival (1964)

The Art of Science Fiction #9

Startling Stories
(March, 1942)

An Illustrated History of American Labor #6

Original Caption:

Cadillac Salesmen Go On Strike.

New York -- A group of smartly dressed Cadillac salesmen are shown picketing a Cadillac salesroom at 57th and Broadway today in one of New York's strangest strikes. Tthe strikers delivered an angry verbal blast against the Cadillac Division General Managers for allegedly circulating reports that some of them make as much as $40,000 a year. The strikers' major complaints concern such grievances as no fixed hours, no holidays, no paid vacations, no welfare benefits and no pension plans. (1955)

They Were an, um, Item (?) #40

Clyde Tolson and J. Edgar Hoover

Seminal Image #797

Red River
(Howard Hawks; 1948)

Newspapermen #26

Seymour Hersh

Artists in Action #344

Brian Wilson eats a 45

They Were Collaborators #437

Dorothy Sebastian, Joan Crawford and Anita Page

The Cool Hall of Fame #115

Godfrey Cambridge

The Art of the Piano #16

Lily Queen; a Ragtime Two-Step
(by Arthur Marshall and Scott Joplin)
(W.W. Stuart Co.; 1907)

Voices #4

Daws Butler

Friends and Family #24

John Gotti's adoring public registers their displeasure with his conviction on
racketeering charges (1992)

The Friends of Milt Hinton #11

Ben Webster, Earle Warren, Lester Young and Gerry Mulligan, New York City TV studio, 1957