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Whoopee! (1930)

Whoopee! (1930)



Jean Harlow in stills for Hell’s Angels, 1930. Photographed by William Mortensen as a private commission for Howard Hughes.



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A sophisticated Buster Keaton and Anita Page in Free and Easy (1930)

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A sophisticated Buster Keaton and Anita Page in Free and Easy (1930)



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Buster Keaton and Robert Montgomery in Free and Easy (1930)

warnerarchive:

Buster Keaton and Robert Montgomery in Free and Easy (1930)



littlehorrorshop:

Douglas Fairbanks Jr. in The Little Accident, 1930

littlehorrorshop:

Douglas Fairbanks Jr. in The Little Accident, 1930



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Chester Morris hopes to charm Leila Hyams in The Big House (1930)

warnerarchive:

Chester Morris hopes to charm Leila Hyams in The Big House (1930)



mudwerks:

Ruth Chatterton, 1930 (by pictosh)
…with Clive Brook.

mudwerks:

Ruth Chatterton, 1930 (by pictosh)

…with Clive Brook.



warnerarchive:

Robert Montgomery sits alone behind bars in The Big House (1930)

warnerarchive:

Robert Montgomery sits alone behind bars in The Big House (1930)



whataboutbobbed:

Alice White is a parading sweetheart in 1930’s Sweethearts on Parade

whataboutbobbed:

Alice White is a parading sweetheart in 1930’s Sweethearts on Parade




Harold Lloyd behind the scenes of Feet First (1930)
This still offers a rare insight into how the iconic clock tower scene in Lloyd’s earlier picture, Safety Last!, would have been filmed. A building facade was built on the roof of a smaller block and then later clever camera tricks would have been used to make the building seem higher than it actually was. Though, as you can see here, the stunt is still not entirely safe, as the set itself was two stories high. 

Harold Lloyd behind the scenes of Feet First (1930)

This still offers a rare insight into how the iconic clock tower scene in Lloyd’s earlier picture, Safety Last!, would have been filmed. A building facade was built on the roof of a smaller block and then later clever camera tricks would have been used to make the building seem higher than it actually was. Though, as you can see here, the stunt is still not entirely safe, as the set itself was two stories high. 



jeanarthur:

Miriam Hopkins in Fast and Loose (1930)

jeanarthur:

Miriam Hopkins in Fast and Loose (1930)




original caption:Malcolm St. Clair and Betty Compson snapped between scenes on location during the filming of Universal’s sophisticated comedy, The Boudoir Diplomat.

original caption:
Malcolm St. Clair and Betty Compson snapped between scenes on location during the filming of Universal’s sophisticated comedy, The Boudoir Diplomat.



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Look Through Any Window ☆ Clara Bow ☆ True to the Navy (1930) ☆

clarabowarchive:

Look Through Any Window Clara Bow True to the Navy (1930)