Friday Photos: True Hollywood Confessions December 7, 2018 by Robert J. Avrech 6 Comments “There are worse things in life than being called a lady… I always demanded respect. I came prepared and expected others to do the same.”—Irene Dunne The New Necklace1910William McGregor Paxton (American, 1869–1941)Oil on canvas36 1/8 x 28 3/4 in.The Museum of Fine Arts Boston Jack Carson, Joan Crawford in Mildred Pierce, 1945Screenplay by Ranald MacDougallBased on Mildred Pierce by James M. Cain Mildred Pierce, German poster, 1945 Robert CapaGary CooperSun Valley, Idaho, 1941. Bauhaus chess set by Joseph Hartwig, 1924. “I have no philosophy about acting or anything else. You just do it. And I mean that. You just do it.”—Rock Hudson 1964 Shelby Cobra 289 FIA Walter SandersA scene from the streets of Paris. Paris, France, 1959 Clyfford Still“PH-919”1974oil on canvas111 7/8 in. x 174 1/4 in. Emil Otto HoppéDog Cemetery, Hyde Park, London, 1933 Erwin BlumenfeldUntitled (Green dress), 1946 “Beauty and femininity are ageless and can’t be contrived, and glamour, although the manufacturers won’t like this, cannot be manufactured. Not real glamour; it’s based on femininity.”—Marilyn Monroe The Cartier Crash Radieuse is limited to 50 pieces with a price of $40,700 each. Learn more at cartier.com Alfred EisenstaedtLow angle of cadets at naval academy lining stairway in Maury Hall. 1937 Coonley Playhouse Left Panel Stained Glass by Frank Lloyd Wright, 1911-1912 Myrna Loy on the RKO backlot, 1932 Travel Magnetic Menorah by Laura Cowan Hiroshi SugitomoUnion City Drive-In, Union City, 1993 Pinchas and Ariel wish all our friends and relatives a lovely Shabbat and a joyous Chanukah.