|Femmes Fatales||Nov 1 2023|
There, isn't that better? You'll save a few cents on your electricity bill.
It's never a bad idea to save money on your utilities, as U.S. actress Laraine Day demonstrates above. Day had a long and busy career, appearing in films such as The Woman on Pier 13, Foreign Correspondent, Tarzan Finds a Son!, Fingers at the Window, and The Locket, for which the above promo was made. It dates from 1946, and you can see another photo from the film here.
The LocketThe Woman on Pier 13Foreign CorrespondentTarzan Finds a Son!Fingers at the WindowLaraine Day
|Femmes Fatales||Dec 26 2019|
She spiced up more than one hundred movies in her long career.
Above, a very nice promo photo of U.S. actress Barbara Pepper, who appeared in such films as 1938's The Lady in the Morgue and 1940's Foreign Correspondent, and was later a constant on television during the ’50s and ’60s. Taken as a whole, her career was a rarity in that she made the transition from child performer to sex symbol all the way to chubby late middle-aged lady, and worked steadily the entire time. Doubtless she would have continued into her golden years but she died early at age fifty-four. This shot is undated but probably from around 1940.
|Femmes Fatales||Jul 21 2010|
What a difference a Day makes.
American actress Laraine Day, who starred in The Locket with Robert Mitchum and in Alfred Hitchcock's Foreign Correspondent, seen here circa early ’40s.