Bette Davis, all macabre, for “Dead Ringer” (1964)

Perhaps one of Bette Davis‘ lesser known works is “Dead Ringer”(not to be confused with Dead RingerS by David Cronenberg). This film is directed by Paul Henreid and dates back to 1964. It’s a little gem worthy of viewing, in which Davis plays both a wealthy woman AND her twin sister who murders her as the noir thriller unravels alongside Karl Malden. Check out this beautiful still shot from the film! Unknown photographer.
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Bette Davis in Dead Ringer, 1964

Peter Lorre beheaded (1939)

We came across this great portrait of one of our personal favorite actors, the one and only Mr. Peter Lorre. It dates back to 1939. Unknown photographer (if you happen to know who shot it, please write to us). For some more grotesque shots of Mr. Lorre, like us on Facebook here and check out our 1969 rare Fritz Lang portrait here
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Sharon Tate’s beautiful promotional photos for “The Fearless Vampire Killers”.

Sharon Tate’s promotional photos for “The Fearless Vampire Killers” (1967), directed by Roman Polanski. No further introductions needed.
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Portrait of Vivien Leigh by Norman Parkinson (1935)

Norman Parkinson (1913 – 1990) is a celebrated English portrait and fashion photographer. He revolutionized British Fashion photography thanks to his work for VOGUE. Among the big name he photographed is Vivien Leigh in 1935
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