Friday Photos: True Hollywood Confessions June 7, 2019 by Robert J. Avrech 3 Comments “It wasn’t the way I looked at a man, it was the thought behind it.”—Gloria Grahame Painting by Tobi Kahn John GutmannPop Advertising, San Francisco, 1939 The oceanfront house, called The Bell Pavilion, also nicknamed The Mushroom House, was designed and built by Dale Naegle in 1968 for Sam Bell of Bell’s Potato Chips, San Diego, CA. Monica DenevanContent in the Shallows, Burma, 2008 The Graham steel-cased D-Day wrist watch sells for $5,950. Robert DoisneauDiagonal Steps, Paris, 1953 Yul Brynner as the wicked Pharaoh in a publicity photo for The Ten Commandments, 1956. “I am trying to find myself. Sometimes that’s not easy.”—Marilyn Monroe Photo by Rodney Smith Carl MydansPoster of a cinema repertoire In the USSR, 1960 Felix VallottonThe Visit, 1899Gouache on cardboard. 55.5 x 87.0 cm. Kunsthaus Zürich, 1909 © Kunsthaus Zürich. Philip Jones Griffith, Cinema display, Thailand, 1977. Art Deco sculpture in steel, the Talbot-Lago T150 C LS Cabriolet Torpedo by Figoni et Falaschi, 1938 “I never really thought of myself as a sex goddess. I felt I was more a comedian who could dance.”—Rita Hayworth Art Deco poster for Longines watches, 1930s. WeegeeTime is Short, N.Y., 1940s Japanese poster for Casablanca Micha Bar-AmTorah ScribeJaffa, Israel, 1971 Maayan, Livia, and Lielle wish all our friends and relatives a lovely Shabbat and an inspirational Shavuot.