LIFE has some wonderful pictures (some are behind-the-scenes) from the film, Tell It to the Judge (1949). it's truly a testment to Rosalind Russell's comic genius. Robert Cummings, a comedian in his own right, isn't too shabby either!
Pearl White making The Perils of Pauline The PERILS OF PAULINE featured a young actress called Pearl White, a Missouri farm girl, part Italian (her father) and part Irish (her mother). THE PERILS OF PAULINE became a huge sensation. Even Madame Sarah Bernhardt requested an audience with the young Pearl White telling her how she had longed to meet her, how the screen adventuress was worshipped by the soldiers back in France fighting in the war against Germany.
When THE CAPTIVE opened in September 1926, early in the season, many theatre goers were prepared to be shocked. Edouard Bourdet’s play, La Prisonniere, had first appeared in Paris and word of its audacious theme had reached New York. The play was about a woman struggling against her passion for another woman who marries in a desperate attempt to save herself and escape her terrifying feelings.
AFJ-115 Vintage Photo- Actor William Holden- Age 8 months