A gay man of a certain age and a certain sensibility searching for meaning in the flickering images of classic Hollywood.
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Charlotte Rampling, 1967, in Arles, France. Photo by Helmut Newton.

Charlotte Rampling, 1967, in Arles, France. Photo by Helmut Newton.

Greta Garbo in Mata Hari (George Fitzmaurice, 1931)

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Joan Fontaine as Jane Eyre (Robert Stevenson, 1943)

Joan Fontaine as Jane Eyre (Robert Stevenson, 1943)

Oh my God just kill me now. I have no defenses against Judy Garland. Especially in The Wizard of Oz.

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Front Avenue, Portland, Oregon, 1939, a photo by Minor White

Front Avenue, Portland, Oregon, 1939, a photo by Minor White

Mary Pickford, 1924, photo by Edward Steichen
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Mary Pickford, 1924, photo by Edward Steichen

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Lee Remick and James Stewart in Anatomy of a Murder (Otto Preminger, 1959

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Joan Fontaine and Tyrone Power, 1942, publicity shot for This Above All

Joan Fontaine and Tyrone Power, 1942, publicity shot for This Above All

Herbert Tobias with his cat, 1962, photo by Peter H Furst

Herbert Tobias with his cat, 1962, photo by Peter H Furst

London, 1959, photo by Sergio Larrain
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London, 1959, photo by Sergio Larrain

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Henry Fonda, 1935
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Henry Fonda, 1935

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Joan Crawford, 1969, part of the “What Becomes A Legend Most?” series for Blackglama

Joan Crawford, 1969, part of the “What Becomes A Legend Most?” series for Blackglama