Friday Photos: True Hollywood Confessions June 29, 2018 by Robert J. Avrech 3 Comments “I’ll always regret that I didn’t have a normal childhood. Was a picture career worth the sacrifice? Well, yes…you can’t have everything.”— Linda Darnell ‘Portrait’ (c.1880) by Édouard Joseph Dantan (France, 1848-1897) Danielle Darrieux in The Earrings of Madame de… 1953Screenplay by Marcel Achard, Max Ophüls, Annette WademantBased on “Madame de…” by Louise de Vilmorin Model Norma Jeane Baker taken by M.O.Schwartz on May, 18th, 1945, and her certification sheet. Suzy Parker in Morocco, 1953, photo by Georges Dambier Roger Pérot (1908-1976)Delahaye1932Poster, lithograph160 x 120 cmMuseum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg “I dress for the image. Not for myself, not for the public, not for fashion, not for men. Glamour is what I sell, it’s my stock in trade.”—Marlene Dietrich GRYA by Tobi Kahn 1984acrylic on canvasThe Phillips Collection, Washington D.C. Ralph Gibson Syntax, from the “Infanta” Series 1974 Cyd Charisse and Gene Kelly, It’s Always Fair Weather, 1955Written by Betty Comden, Adolph Green Lauren Bacall (b.Betty Joan Perske) at home with her mother Natalie, 1944, New York. Gene Tierney by Horst P. Horst for Vogue, 1940. “I had the ability, but I didn’t have the name. They [MGM] could have built me, which is what they did with Deborah Kerr, but I don’t think I was quite hot enough in the looks department, quite frankly. I was all talent and no looks.”—Angela Lansbury Bocca Baciata (Lips That Have Been Kissed)1859by Dante Gabriel Rossetti (English, 1828–1882)oil on panel32.1 x 27.0 cm (12 5/8 x 10 5/8 in.) Frank A. RinehartHattie TomMescalero Chiricahua Apache Nation, 1899 French poster for Chaplin’s The Kid, 1921 Moshe ZabariTorah Crown (Keter)Silver Livia Yarden wishes all our friends and relatives a lovely and inspirational Shabbat.