Grumpy old fart!!!

"If you talk to God you're religious. If God talks to you, you're psychotic."

Doris McMahon – 1934

Doris McMahon wears the traditional maid-servant’s outfit of the pre-Code era in Hip-Hips-Hooray, 1934

Pre-code And Now

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Dolores Del Rio – Madame Du Barry – 1934

 

ClassicActorsOfHollywood

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Mary Miles Minter – 1934

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Mary Miles Minter – 1934

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Be kind to animals – 1934

 

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Mary Miles Minter – 1934

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Mary Miles Minter – 1934

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Mary Miles Minter – 1934

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Claudette Colbert – 1934

 

Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert in It Happened One Night (1934). Columbia Pictures was considered a “Poverty Row” studio where bigger studios would send their troubled stars as a punishment or a humbling experience. This was true in the case of Clark Gable, who was sent over by MGM after he asked for a pay raise. However, despite Columbia being a smaller and poorer studio, the film was very successful and lifted them out from Poverty Row (Classic Movie Hub).

Claudette Colbert – 1934

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Mary Miles Minter – 1934

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