Barbara Stanwyck and Robert Taylor sign autographs for fans while changing planes at the Minneapolis airport May 18, 1941
Frances Dee, 1932
Robert Taylor, 1930s
David Niven, 1939
I’d like to be remembered as a guy who tried — tried to be part of his times, tried to help people communicate with one another, tried to find some decency in his own life, tried to extend himself as a human being. Someone who isn’t complacent, who doesn’t cop out.
"Once you saw them together, this was Love. No question about it. These two people were all for each other all the time. This was marriage as it was intended to be, a deep, indissoluble union."
Marlene Dietrich and her daughter, Maria Riva, pose in front of their swimming pool at their home in Hollywood, C.1930’s
Ingrid Bergman en Stromboli, terra di Dio (1950)
Charing Cross Road London 1937
Photo: Wolf Suschitzki
Barbara Stanwyck joking around on set with her maid and friend, Harriet Coray (You Belong to Me, 1941)