Friday Photos: True Hollywood Confessions September 11, 2020 by Robert J. Avrech 7 Comments “America took me into her bosom when there was no longer a country worthy of the name, but in my heart I am German — German in my soul.”—Marlene Dietrich Judy Garland and Ray Bolger in The Wizard of Oz, 1939Screenplay by Noel Langley, Florence Ryerson, Edgar Allan WoolfBased on The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum Arthur ElgortChristy Turlington in New Orleans, British VogueJune, 1990 Rick McGinnisDelphinium, July 2020 “I know very little about the simple life. I’m a product of crowded places and jammed-up emotions, where right and wrong weren’t always clearly defined and life wasn’t always sweet, but it was life.”—Barbara Stanwyck The simple but elegant Longines Heritage Military Marine Nationale (Ref. L2.818.104.22.168) comes on a cognac-colored leather strap and retails for $2,000; it will be available at authorized Longines dealers later this year. J. R. EyermanDrive-in Theater, Los Angeles, CA 1949 The Circular Cottage in Blaise Hamlet, Bristol, was built in 1811 by John Nash, the same architect who designed Buckingham Palace. “Big girls need big diamonds.”—Elizabeth Taylor, shows off her diamond ring, a massive 68 carats. Jean-Baptiste Greuze (France, 1725 – 1805)“The Broken Mirror”c. 1762 – 1763Oil on canvas56 x 45.6 cm Director John Huston discussing a scene with Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall during the filming of Key Largo, 1948. 1937 Cord 810 Phaeton Amelia Earhart visits Myrna Loy on the set of Wings in the Dark (1935). In the film, Loy plays a character based on the legendary aviatrix. Ariel and Pinchas wish all our friends and relatives the best Shabbat ever.