Postcards from Shadowland No.11

Beast from 20,000 Fathoms
Beast from 20,000 Fathoms 1953
Bela in Chandu the Magician
Bela Lugosi and Irene Ware in Chandu the Magician 1932
Black Caesar
Fred Williamson in Black Caesar 1973
Cat People 1942 Alice at the pool
Cat People 1942 Alice at the pool
Chaney Sr., Lon (He Who Gets Slapped)_
Lon Chaney -He Who Gets Slapped 1924
Claudette Colbert and Henry Wilcoxon in Cleopatra 1934
Try and Get Me
The Sound of Fury aka Try and Get Me 1950
Crime Wave 1954
Dante's Inferno
Dante’s Inferno (1911)
Fallen Angel (1945) Dana Andrews, Alice Faye and Linda Darnell
Gun Crazy
Gun Crazy (1950) Peggy Cummins and John Dall
In a Lonely Place (1950) Gloria Grahame
kitten with a whip
Ann -Margret in Kitten With a Whip 1964
Gene Tierney and Dana Andrews Laura (1944)
Innocents 1961
The Innocents 1961 with Deborah Kerr
MalteseFalcon jpg
Mary Astor The Maltese Falcon (1941)
James Garner and Angela Lansbury -Mister Buddwing (1966)
out of-the-past
Out of the Past (1947) Robert Mitchum and Virginia Huston
plunder road
Plunder Road (1957) Elisha Cook Jr.
Seance on a Wet Afternoon
Kim Stanley and Richard Attenborough Seance on a Wet Afternoon 1964
svengali Barrymore and Marsh
Svengali (1931) John Barrymore and Marian Marsh
The blue dahlia alan ladd and veronica lake
The Blue Dahlia (1946) Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake
Aelita: Queen of Mars (1924)

2 thoughts on “Postcards from Shadowland No.11

  1. Joey, as always, you have a dazzling array of classic photos on tap! I’m especially pleased with the scenes from LAURA, SEANCE ON A WET AFTERNOON, and I must admit I kinda have Claudette Colbert and Mary Astor on the brain, since both these lovely and talented ladies co-star in my pick for the Mary Astor Blogathon, THE PALM BEACH STORY – but seeing Colbert as Cleopatra, I’m that much more impressed with her, as well as her costumes! :-)

    1. I can’t wait to read your take on The Palm Beach Story for the Mary Astor Blogathon… I’m glad you like this installment of Postcards from Shadowland too. It’s become quite a little artistic treat for me to dabble in, watching the confluence of images merge together.

      Just watched Gene Tierney in Personal Affair which was quite good. She is so lovely. Now that I’m a little more caught up on things, I need to read Tales of the Easily Distracted’s Nightmare Alley piece. I’ve been meaning to do that. But it’s been all about Mary these past few days… Don’t you just love that pic of Claudette!!!

      Hope you have the most wonderful weekend. We’ll have to keep in touch while the Blogathon is going on and we’re all showing love to Miss Astor… Cheers my wonderfully erudite and cheerful friend

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