Charlton Heston and Yul Brynner on the set of The Ten Commandments.

Charlton Heston and Yul Brynner on the set of ‘The Ten Commandments’, 1956 (directed by Cecil B. Demille).
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Charlton Heston and Yul Brenner on the set of ‘The Ten Commandments’, 1956

Yul Bryner on set of “The King and I”

Black and White image: Yul Brynner on the set of “The King and I” by Ernst Haas.

Colored image: Yul Brynner self portrait on the set of The King & I, 1956.

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Ingrid Bergman photographed by Yul Brynner

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Here is Ingrid Bergman, photographed by Yul Brynner in 1961! 

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Ingrid Bergman, 1961. Photographed by Yul Brynner.

Deborah Kerr – By Yul Brynner, on set.

Deborah Kerr on the set of ‘The King and I’, 1956 (Photo by co-star Yul Brynner)
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Louis Jourdan’s erotic photos by R.Voinquel

There was high excitement reverberating in 1939 from the proposed new film, “LE CORSAIRE” (directed by Marc Allégret)with Charles Boyer and the gorgeous Louis Jourdan.
But it was not to be, and after only a month of shooting, production ceased in September 1939 as France began to prepare for war. All that remains of LE CORSAIRE is a collection of random and unedited film sequences and the pictures shot on the set by photographer Raymond Voinquel, whose images of Louis Jourdan (erroneously labeled on publication as Pierre Jordan).
You might also remember Jourdan as Kamal Kahn in James Bond’s Octopussy (1983), Gigi (1958) and Letters From an Unknown Woman (1948). Check out the gorgeous shots here.

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