American Dry Spell #5

A bootlegger and his vehicle are waylaid by Capitol Police in the streets
of Washington, D.C. (1922)

The Art of Songwriting #15

The Aba-Daba Honeymoon
(Music and Lyrics: Arthur Fields & Walter Donovan)
(Leo Feist, Inc; 1914)

Great Moments in Moxie #11

Stage and screen actress Muriel Ostriche enjoys a refreshing Moxie up in a tree on this promotional fan from the 1920s.

The Ink & Paint Set #19

George Arliss, Leslie Howard and Freddie Bartholomew in Porky's Road Race
(Warner Bros.; Frank Tashlin; 1937)

Collect 'Em All #23

Mary Brough
No. 8 in a series of 50 from Players Navy Cut Cigarettes
The late Mary Brough was born in London on April 16th, 1863, and educated at Clapham High School. Her father, Lionel Brough, was well known on the stage--he was the original Taffy in Trilby. Mary first appeared in Nine Points of the Law in 1881, and after a long and successful career on the stage she became even more popular on the screen. Her first picture was Beauty and the Barge, and she made others before appearing in Rookery Nook, one of the series of Aldwych farces in which she was best known. Among her latest pictures are Up to the Neck and Turkey Time. This versatile Actress died on Sept. 30th, 1934.

Sex Education #72

Stella Stevens

When Legends Gather #217

Lucio Fulci and Mario Bava

Before and After #52:
Yoko Ono



Men of the West #2

Edward 'Hoot' Gibson

Seminal Image #609

The Girl Can't Help It!
(Frank Tashlin; 1956)

Artists in Action #152

Jackie Gleason ignores his writers

Adventures in American Filmmaking #70

Today's Adventure: On the set of Lupe, Andy Warhol turns away as
his lead actress hits the skids (1966)