Stanley Kubrick photographing actress Faye Emerson, best known as “the First Lady of television”, for Look magazine. The photostory “Faye Emerson: Young Lady in a Hurry” was published on August 15, 1950, issue of Look.
Check out Peter Lorre photographed by Yousuf Karsh here
Kick-ass photo of Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney Jr., Vincent Price, and Hazel Court from Look Magazine (1964).
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Tippi Hedren and Sean Connery on the set of Marnie (1964, directed by Alfred Hitchcock).
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Montgomery Clift photographed by Stanley Kubrick for an issue of Look, 1949!
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Stanley Kubrick on the set of Jules Dassin’s Naked City (1948) for Look Magazine.
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Check out Kubrick & Garret Brown on the set of The Shining here
Tippi Hedren, star of The Birds (1963) & Marnie (1964), appeared on the cover of Look Magazine on December 4, 1962. Strangely enough, she wasn’t all over the press, although these films, directed by Alfred Hitchcock, were and still are masterpieces.
Recently however, Hedren is part of an HBO movie called “The Girl”, a kind of dramatized version of Marnie. In it, Hitchcock is portrayed as obsessed with Hedren and vindictive when the actress rejects his advances. She had to fight to get out of her contract with Hitchcock and lost roles because of it, she said in an interview and it ultimately ruined her career, but not her life.
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Tippi Hedren on the cover of “Look Magazine”. 04/12/1962
NB – Stanley Kubrick, back in the 40s, was also a photographer for look magazine, check out his autoportrait published in1948, here.
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Self-Portrait with showgirl Rosemary Williams (1948)