Friday Photos: True Hollywood Confessions June 5, 2020 by Robert J. Avrech 8 Comments “There was always something sacred to me about that camera.”—Mary Pickford Karl Harald Alfred Broge (Danish, 1870–1955)Morning sunlight, 1919oil on canvas23 x 30.3 in. Baume & Mercier Debuts Art Deco-Inspired Hampton Collection. More information here. Evelyn StatsingerThree Memories, 1994Oil on linen16 × 20 in40.6 × 50.8 cmCourtesy Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago “I just don’t have an actress’ soul. I think mine has a dollar sign on it.”—Gail Patrick Barcelona Haggadah, 14th century. Anthony Perkins in Psycho, 1960Screenplay by Joseph StefanoBased on Psycho by Robert Bloch Rick McGinnisAtlantic City, 2019 “It is the duty of mothers and fathers to censor the pictures their children shall see and if parents do this and also stay away themselves, the bad pictures soon will die of starvation.”—Irene Dunne German poster for My Favorite Wife, one of Irene Dunne’s best films. And one of Gail Patrick’s greatest co-starring roles. Irving PennSpanish Hat, 1949 1933 Duesenberg – Model SJWidely known as the “Twenty Grand,” reflecting its selling price, this supercharged Duesenberg was displayed at Chicago’s World Fair of 1933-34. This graceful one-off design is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful Duesenbergs built.Engine Type: DOHC, SuperchargedCylinders: 8Horsepower: 320Manufacturer: Duesenberg Inc. (Indianapolis, IN)Coachbuilder: Murphy, Rollston & Company (New York)Price When New: $20,000Source: The Nethercutt Collection Unidentified photographerThe Cycletow, a motorcycle used by service stations to deliver repaired cars to their owners, Los Angeles, 1932 Ariel and Pinchas wish all our friends a safe and healthy Shabbat.