Friday Photos: True Hollywood Confessions July 3, 2020 by Robert J. Avrech 9 Comments “If it can be written, or thought, it can be filmed.”– Stanley Kubrick Louis Anquetin (1861-1932)An Elegant Woman at the Elysse Montmartre, 1888oil on canvas90.5 x72 cmArt Institute of Chicago Steve McQueen driving his Jaguar XKSS on the Sunset Strip, 1963 Poster from Argentina for Hitchcock’s Spellbound, 1945 “The wise screenwriter is he who wears his second-best suit, artistically speaking, and doesn’t take things too much to heart. He should have a touch of cynicism, but only a touch. The complete cynic is as useless to Hollywood as he is to himself. He should do the best he can without straining at it. He should be scrupulously honest about his work, but he should not expect scrupulous honesty in return. He won’t get it. And when he has had enough, he should say goodbye with a smile, because for all he knows he may want to go back.”– Raymond Chandler Louis Anquetin (1861–1932)Woman with Umbrella1891oil on canvasHeight: 35.7 in; Width: 29 in.Private Collection Vivien Leigh and costar Maureen O’Sullivan on the set of A Yank at Oxford (1938), a British-American production. They were old friends having been school girls together at the Convent of the Sacred Heart in Roehampton, England. 1934 Chrysler Airflow Rick McGinnisLow Sky, 2020 via instagram @rickmcginnis The Bovet Recital26 Brainstorm Chapter Two has a transparent sapphire case, and multiple complications. It can be yours for $383,500. Or you can buy a home. Full review here. “To make a great film you need three things – the script, the script and the script.”—Alfred Hitchcock Louis Anquetin (1861–1932)Self-portrait with a Smoking Pipe, 1892oil on canvasHeight: 25.6 in; Width: 19.4 in. Director Frank Capra and James Stewart visit the Lincoln Memorial, 1939. Hard to believe but there was a time when Hollywood loved America. Lielle and Livia wish all our friends and relatives the best Shabbat ever.