Friday Photos: True Hollywood Confessions July 12, 2019 by Robert J. Avrech 7 Comments “A movie should be like a dream. It washes over you; you don’t know what’s affecting you; you can’t do anything about it; you’re taken away.”—Peter Bogdanovich Photo by Richard Tuschman Barbara Stanwyck having her makeup touched up during the filming of Jeopardy in Pioneertown, California, 1953 1938 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B “I certainly don’t think of my life as a fairy tale. I think of myself as a modern, contemporary woman who has had to deal with all kinds of problems that many women today have to deal with.”—Grace KellyPhoto by Bud Fraker, 1954 Albrecht DurerThree Studies of a Helmut c. 1503 David SeymourYoung girl preparing for sentry duty, Haifa, Israel, 1951 Japanese poster for The Bad News Bears, 1976 Rick McGinnisLambton Jewish Cemetery, Toronto, Sept. 2018 Photo by Rodney Smith Richard Avedon photo of Dovima, 1956 John Sloan,A Roof in Chelsea, New York, c. 1941/51,Tempera underpaint with oil-varnish glaze and wax finish on composition board, 21 1/8 x 26 1/16 inches. Photo by Marie Hansen from “The WAACs” LIFE September 7, 1942. Portrait of a bride (1523) by Lucas Cranach the Elder “To be a successful film star, as opposed to a successful film actor, you should settle for an image and polish it forever. I somehow could never quite bring myself to do that.”—James Mason Painting by Tobi Kahn Marlene Dietrich does her patriotic duty on the 1,000,000th guest of the Hollywood Canteen—a lucky Sgt. Carl Bell—on September 15, 1943. The Art Deco inspired Tutima Tempostopp Chronograph is limited to 90 pieces, representing the 90 years of Tutima’s history, and priced at $29,500. Rare snapshot of Myrna Loy, 1930s. Lielle, Livia, and Maayan wish all our friends and relatives an inspiring and peaceful Shabbat.