I'm working on a Ramon Novarro post which is taking a bit longer than expected but hopefully I'll have it up early tomorrow. In the meantime lets have another quick look back at our favorite actors and how they spent their time between movie scenes.
Virginia Mayo on the set of "Captain Horatio Hornblower R.N." 1951
Mae West having her signature blonde locks styled.
Elizabeth Taylor standing in the wrong light (or fantastic lighting, however you want to look at it) on the set of "Cleopatra" 1963
Marlene Dietrich and Gary Cooper having a moment on set
Dorothy Lamour, always beautifully put together. I don't think she was capable of taking a bad photo.
Marilyn Monroe on the set of "Some Like it Hot" 1959
Greer Garson an Teresa Wright studying lines between scenes.
Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh on the set of "Gone With the Wind" 1939
James Dean enjoying a moment of solitude on the set of "Giant" 1956
Clark Gable and Joan Blondell on the set of "Adventure" 1945
Mary Astor taking a moment to pose for a photo between filming. I don't think she ever was much of a smiler but I'm sure standing under Klieg lights while wearing a fur isn't too comfortable.)
Bette Davis gets some direction from George Cukor. (Well okay, it was probably the other way around!)
The beautiful Bessie Love takes a break from filming.
Happy Birthday Charlie Chaplin!
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Enjoy your weekend,