Friday Photos: True Hollywood Confessions August 19, 2016 by Terry Trippany 3 Comments “The stronger the evil, the stronger the film.”—Alfred HitchcockProduction still, Janet Leigh and John Gavin, the opening hotel scene, Psycho. “The Quiet Man” memorial statue of Maureen O’Hara and John Wayne, village of Cong, Ireland,1953. Statue of Brigitte Bardot, Buzios, Brazil.Buzios is a picturesque beach town that was changed when French film star and sexpot Brigitte Bardot “discovered” the area with her Brazilian boyfriend. Buzios is often called the St. Tropez of Brazil since it has trendy boutiques, fine restaurants, and expensive villas. Most of the Buzios residents love what Brigitte Bardot did for their village, and they built this statue in her honor. Bardot as a teen model. Eyal Gever, (Israel) Blast Cube Back (Multi Layered image), 2011/ 2012, UV LED inkjet prints on 3mm clear acrylic, 10 layers, 188 x 150 Teapot / tea-infuserWorkshop of: BauhausDesigned by Marianne BrandtDesigned 1925-1929 “One of the things I always admired about Clark Gable was between scenes, he didn’t go lock himself up in his trailer. He would hang out with the guys, the electricians, they all loved him. He was not full of himself. It was nothing to come to set and find him straddling a bench, playing gim rummy with the crew.” —Ann Rutherford Mark RothkoNo. 61 (Rust and Blue) [Brown Blue, Brown on Blue] oil on canvas,1953 Michael KennaEvening, Beau Rivage, Nice, France, 1996 Mary Cassatt (American, 1844-1926)The Theater, 1879 Clarence John Laughlin (1905 – 1985) Rebecca, 1940Adaptation by: Philip MacDonald, Michael HoganScreenplay by Joan Harrison, Robert E. SherwoodBased on Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier “Jewish woman of Mogador, Morocco”1850-1900 Tim WalkerFloating Drive-in, Florida , 2005C-type print 60 x 83 cm “The refined simplicity should develop out of the complex. It would have been more logical if silent pictures had grown out of the talkie instead of the other way around.”—Mary Pickford Clyfford Still,PH-950, 1950. Oil on canvas, 233.7 x 177.8 cm. Clyfford Still Museum, Denver © City Georges DambierSuzy Parker, Eiffel Tower, Paris1954C-type print 40 x 50 cm Sacha Goldberger, from the Chabad of 770 series. Paul Gauguin (1848-1903). Washerwomen at the Roubine du Roi Arles Robert J. AvrechSilent Picture, Painted Brick Wall with Shadow, Kew Gardens Hill, 2016 Ariel, Lielle, Maayan and Livia wish all our friends and relatives a lovely and meaningful Shabbat. Ed Ruscha, The Absolute End, dry pigment on paper, 1982.