An exceptionally high-tech past. What was once the height of technological achievements in all its paired back and naked beauty. There was no embellishments, things were as they came and had their own inherent intrigue. The raw metal appears tough, but has a sort of weightlessness to it within the light-filled gaps of the supports. A nice delicate touch to such an industrial scene. Plus, travel.
GAIL PATRICK ~ Born: June 20, 1911 in Alabama. Died: July 6, 1980 (aged 69) from leukemia. Known for, "Mississippi" (1935), "My Man Godfrey" (1936) "Early to Bed" (1936), "Stage Door" (1937) & "My Favorite Wife" (1940). She appeared in 62 movies between 1932 & 1948. Cold, calculating and hard-as-nails is probably the best definition of Gail Patrick's femmes on the 30s & 40s silver screen. She became executive producer of the "Perry Mason" TV series (1957-1966), The courtroom "whodunnit".