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Gilda Gray in Caberet, 1927

hollyhocksandtulips: Cabaret film poster, 1927 My favourite Gilda Gray number will always be “You can’t make your shimmy shake.

#42 bob-hope chesterfield cigarettes ad

Chesterfield Bob Hope Sorrowful Jones 1947 - Mad Men Art: The Vintage Advertisement Art Collection

A $5 donation from every sale will be made to the Rockhouse Foundation to feed one Jamaican school child breakfast for one week. :)

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Vintage Film Poster - The Dance of Life, 1929 - Burlesque - Showgirl - Paramount Pictures Movie

Vintage Film Poster - The Dance of Life, 1929 - Burlesque - Showgirl - Paramount Pictures Movie

Au Cabaret du Ciel, Paris, 1927. Man Ray The cabaret scene shown in the current lot was intended for reproduction in Variétés, a Belgian publication dedicated to Surrealism. Hans Arp, Jean Caupenne, Georges Sadoul, André Breton, Pierre Unik, Yves Tanguy, Cora, André Thirion (shown from behind, facing Cora), René Crevel, Suzanne Musard, and Frédéric Mégret (shown with cigarette). Seated at the front of the table are Elsa Triolet, Louis Aragon, Camille Goëmans, and Madame Goëmans.

Au Cabaret du Ciel, Paris, 1927 -by Man Ray “ The cabaret scene shown in the current lot was intended for reproduction in Variétés, a Belgian publication dedicated to Surrealism.

The Magic and Madness of Movie Weekly | The Silent Movie Blog

The Magic and Madness of Movie Weekly

The covers often featured up-and-coming starlets, many of whom never got very far in Hollywood. Clara Bow was an unknown when she was a Movie Weekly cover girl in Jean Arthur made the cover that September, years before finding screen stardom.

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