Friday Photos: True Hollywood Confessions October 8, 2021 by Robert J. Avrech 11 Comments “I tend to be a glass-half-full person most of the time. We don’t get to choose the outcome of our endeavors, but any challenge is ultimately a learning experience whether it’s successful or not.”—Julie Andrews (born Julia Elizabeth Wells; 1935 – ) Jean Bugatti standing next to his Bugatti Royale, one of only seven built, 1932. A vintage photo of The Prospect of Whitby, one of London’s oldest and most famous riverside pubs in Wapping, London Docks, England. It was first opened in 1520 during the reign of Henry VIII. Helen FrankenthalerAlloy, 1967Acrylic on canvas: 118-1/8 x 64-1/8 x 7/8Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN Elliott ErwittLost Persons AreaPasadena, Ca, 1963 Jewish soldiers reading from the Torah on Shabbat while on duty. “You can’t stop the aging process There’s only so much oil you can put on your body. I’ve always just tried to go with my age.”—Angie Dickinson (née Brown; born 1931 – ) Rick McGinnisHigh Park, Toronto, May 2021 Victorian home being moved being moved by horses on Steiner Street, San Francisco, 1908. The Junghans “Form A” exemplifies the Bauhaus aesthetic; form follows function. Full review here. Here’s the basketball team of Smith College, class of 1902. Gas station, 1970s, Kiev, the former Soviet Union. “I think I was always more intimidated by my image than anyone else.”—Raquel Welch (born Jo Raquel Tejada; 1940 – ) Art Nouveau doorway, Turin, Italy. Lisa Fonssagrives by Irving Penn, 1949. The oldest living tree is 4,852 years old. It’s a Bristlecone Pine known as “Methuselah,” located in the White Mountains on the California-Nevada border. Ella Raines, 1947 (born Ella Wallace Raubes; 1920 – 1988) Photo by Man Ray (born Emmanuel Radnitzky; 1890 – 1976) William StrangBank Holiday, 1912oil on canvas: 152.7 cm X 122.6 cmTate Britain Edith Valk (1897 – 1980) has ten uncredited roles (dancing girl, etc.) in her IMDB page. This photo was taken sometime in the 1920s. As you can see Edith’s fashion sense wss spectacular, very Annie Hall. Maayan, Lielle, and Livia wish all our friends and relatives the best Shabbat ever.