What an interesting blog. I happened upon it by chance (started with Bette Davis; numerous links later stumbled upon this one). Bookmarked for further reading.
Wow, this blog is so wonderful! I'm crazy about old films, and willing to find old articles about it! Congratulations on your research!
Clara Bow.. now THAT's a name I haven't heard since I was a kid!!I loved the old Charlie Chan movies! I really need to get those on DVD!
I've really been enjoying your blog! I stumbled across it by accident while Googling my great-grandfather, H. Bart McHugh, the Philadelphia vaudeville/theatrical producer and booking agent who was El's employer in 1917.I'd love to see photos of H. Bart McHugh if you have any. I have one of my grandmother (Bart and Nellie's daughter, Kathryn) as a young girl, but none of her parents. Thank you for any help you can give me. I echo Swank's posting and say, BOOKMARKED FOR FURTHER READING!
what a great post! just discovered your blog, it is so full of treasures. thanks for sharing.
First off, I gotta say, what an amazing blog, so interesting and filled with so many different photos. I absolutely love this blog. I came upon it by chance! Also, how in the world did you get these 1930's ads? How'd you find them? Thanks for putting this up! :)
Daniela, Thanks for stopping by. I have just been collecting these ads over time and have amassed quite a collection of them.
the word thrilling was very thrilling back then.
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