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fredricmarch:

Fredric March in Anthony Adverse, 1936 (via)

fredricmarch:

Fredric March in Anthony Adverse, 1936 (via)



lilipopeline:

Fredric March

lilipopeline:

Fredric March



fredricmarch:

Fredric March (via)

fredricmarch:

Fredric March (via)



fredricmarch:

Fredric March, Photoplay Magazine, November 1930

Excerpt with photo: “The American theatre suffered one of its really serious losses when Fredric March heard the siren call of the talkies and followed it to Hollywood. In two years he has become one of the most admired and trusted leading men in the whole Paramount family. His motto - March on!” (via)

fredricmarch:

Fredric March, Photoplay Magazine, November 1930

Excerpt with photo: “The American theatre suffered one of its really serious losses when Fredric March heard the siren call of the talkies and followed it to Hollywood. In two years he has become one of the most admired and trusted leading men in the whole Paramount family. His motto - March on!” (via)




Fredric March photographed for The Buccaneer Cine-Mundial, December 1937

Fredric March photographed for The Buccaneer 
Cine-Mundial, December 1937






Fredric March and Betty Blythe go over their lines during filming of Anna Karenina, 1935.

Fredric March and Betty Blythe go over their lines during filming of Anna Karenina, 1935.



drinkwithhyde:

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931 film)



bizarrelosangeles:

The Wild Party (1929)

bizarrelosangeles:

The Wild Party (1929)



fredricmarch:

Fredric March with Norma Shearer in Smilin’ Through (1932)



crawfordgold:

Vogue 1.1.45

crawfordgold:

Vogue 1.1.45





lindadarnells:

Remembering Fredric March (August 31st 1897 - April 14th 1975)

"His career was spectacular and long; he produced an uninterrupted stream of comedic, fantastic, and tragic characters over forty years … he feels forgotten by film history—or if not exactly forgotten, for we know and love many of his films, then unknown as a person.” -Guy Maddin

"He is normally quietly excellent … he did go through a spell of being a romantic leading man but for most of his career he had been a dedicated no-nonsense actor, authoritative and reliable; if you look at publicity stills of March you will find them less affected than those of any other star: he does not pose. He is direct, he is an actor who cries out to be rediscovered.” -David Shipman