You’ve never seen Gloria Swanson like this, by Allan Warren!

Gloria Swanson like you’ve never seen her, in her New York apartment, in 1972 by Allan Warren.
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You have not seen this portrait of Malcolm McDowell

Malcolm Mcdowell, when you first hear his name, you will most likely think of Kubrick’s masterpiece “A Clockwork Orange”(1971), or Lindsay Anderson’s brilliant “If” (1968). We would like to invite you to reconsider his face, far away from the iconic images attached to it.
This portrait by Guy Webster, although undated, serves exactly this purpose. It gives us a brand new photo of McDowell, a portrait of him as opposed to a character he plays. It would be interesting to compare it to this portrait of the actor in 1971 by Jack Robinson.
Webster is “One of the early innovators of rock-and-roll photography, renowned photographer Guy Webster has spanned the worlds of music, films and politics in a stellar 40-year career.” (
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Fritz Lang, Feb. 27 1969

Fritz Lang is photographed by Los Angeles Times staff photographer Harry Chase for a story on the famous Hollywood filmmaker by Los Angeles Times staff writer Kevin Thomas. A different frame from the 1969 shoot ran with Thomas’s interview.”

This frame — my favorite — from the 1969 photo session was published with this 2001 Kevin Thomas retrospective on Lang.”

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a Sinatra mug shot

Frank Sinatra‘s known for great films, high-profiled relationships & a golden voice. His early life has been filled with arrests.
In 1938, he was caught with a married woman, which was illegal at the time. The  Bergen County police captured him in these less than flattering circumstances. The charge was later changed to adultery, and eventually dismissed.

© Bergen County mug shot of Frank Sinatra, 1938

The charge was later changed to adultery, and eventually dismissed.