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Celebrating Carole Lombard and classic Hollywood

the unnamed photographer was “a contemporary of C(larence) S(inclair) Bull and (George) Hurrell,” which may mean it’s from her lone film at MGM, 1934′s “The Gay Bride.” (Her hairstyle looks to be from that stage of her career.)

The unnamed photographer was “a contemporary of C(larence) S(inclair) Bull and (George) Hurrell,” which may mean it’s from her lone film at MGM, “The Gay Bride.” (Her hairstyle looks to be from that stage of her career.

The average American woman of the mid-1930s may have fantasized about being Carole Lombard and having your wardrobe (onscreen, at least) designed by fashion maven Travis Banton (shown with Carole in Paramount).

The average American woman of the may have fantasized about being Carole Lombard and having your wardrobe (onscreen, at least) designed by fashion maven Travis Banton (shown with Carole in Paramount).

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