1937.08.25 2006-4-25 08:23

桔襖櫛餡

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  At eighteen months, me and ball.

  

  (Twentieth Century Fox)

  

  

  

  Cheesecake, posed by me for Father, Santa Monica, California, 1930.

  

  (Author's private collection)

  

  

  

  My second film, War Babies, Educational Films, costume by Mother, 1932.

  

  (Culver Pictures)

  

  

  

  My fifth birthday, with Mother, 1933.

  

  (Author's private collection)

  

  

  

  Morelegs Sweettrick, Kid in Hollywood, costume by Mother, 1933.

  

  (Culver Pictures/Curtis Camera Press)

  

  

  

  With Georgie and ostrich, Kid in Africa, 1933.

  

  (Author's private collection)

  

  

  

  With producer Jack Hays and my first leading man Georgie Smith, 1932.

  

  (Culver Pictures/Curtis Camera Press)

  

  

  

  Femme fatale, 1933 vintage.

  

  (Culver Service)

  

  

  

  "Lazy Bones" audition with Lee Brown, Fox studio, 1933.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  My first dance routine in a major film. With Jimmy Dunn, Stand Up and Cheer, 1934.

  

  (Culver Pictures/Curtis Camera Press)

  

  

  

  Will Rogers visiting from David Harum, Fox studio, 1934.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  Contract signed. Father and I at Fox studio, summer 1934.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  My all-time favorite photo: waif in Little Miss Marker, 1934.

  

  (Paramount Productions, Inc.)

  

  

  

  Conciliatory pony ride after being spanked by bother Jack.

  

  (Author's private collection)

  

  

  

  Encounter with Marlene Dietrich, Paramount studio commisary, 1934.

  

  (Paramount Productions, Inc.)

  

  

  

  The 24th Street neighborhood gang: Bernard Arnold, Dorothy Arnold, Richard Allen, John Matzinger, Mark Allen, Jean Arnold, myself, 1934.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  Carole Lombard and Gary Cooper at Paramount, Now and Forever, 1934.

  

  (Hyman Fink, McFadden Publications)

  

  

  

  Mary Lou Isleib, my friend and stand-in.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  Ceremonial bare footprint, forecourt of Grauman's Chinese Theatre, 1934.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  Initial dolls in an unexpected collection, 1934.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  Promotional breakthrough, New Year's, 1935.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  Hand in hand with Uncle Billy "Bojangles" Robinson, 1935.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  A rumble: prompting Lionel Barrymore in The Little Colonel, 1934.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  Staircase dance from The Little Colonel, with Uncle Billy Robinson.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  Big crush on Joel McCrea, Our Little Girl, 1934.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  Diminutive Oscar award, with Irvin S. Cobb, 1935.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  The most comfortable shoulders in history: those of Duke P. Kahanamoku, Hawaii, 1935.

  

  (Author's private collection)

  

  

  

  Piping aboard the USS Gamble, Pearl harbor, 1935.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  Two early Shirley Temples in costume from The Little Colonel, 1934.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  The best dancing partner: Buddy Ebsen, Captain January, 1936.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  Backstage training with Uncle Billy Robinson, 1935.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  Precision tap sequence with Jack Haley and Alice Faye, Poor Little Rich Girl, 1936.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  Construction laborer on glass-brick demonstration playhouse, 1936.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  John Griffiths ("Griff"), bodyguard, 1935.

  

  (Author's private collection)

  

  

  

  Vittorio Mussolini and Darryl Zanuck, outside studio bungalow, 1937.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  Baron Saburo Kurusu, later pre-Pearl Harbor Japanese emissary, 1936.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  Studio schoolteacher and dear companion Frances Klapt ("Klammy"), 1935.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  A treasured red and white racer from a treasured Uncle Billy Robinson, 1936.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  Frank Morgan stealing my line in Dimples, 1936.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  As a Bowery princess in Dimples, 1936.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  Playboy pal Robert Young in Stowaway, 1936.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  A fast hackney behind Little Carnation.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  Afghan opponent Cesar Romero in Wee Willie Winkie, 1937.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  Evading the stampede, Wee Willie Winkie.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  Auld Lang Syne with Victor McLagen, Wee Willie Winkie.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  Transpolar Soviet flyers: Andrei Ymashev, Mikhail Gromov (pilot) and Sergei Danilin, 1937.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  The orignial Ching-Ching in my bed, 1936.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  Bedroom scene featuring glass/china miniatures and Ching-Ching II, 1940.

  

  (Acme News Pictures)

  

  

  

  Paulette Godard, chaperon for Charlie Chaplin's sons, Palm Springs.

  

  (International News Service)

  

  

  

  G-Man J. Edgar Hoover, Fox studio, 1937.

  

  (Fox Movietone News)

  

  

  

  Caged by J. Edgar Hoover like a skunk, Yosemite Valley, 1938.

  

  (Author's private collection)

  

  

  

  Airmail poster requested by Postmaster General James A. Farley.

  

  (International News Service)

  

  

  

  Brother George's welcome home from Hawaii, 1937.

  

  (Author's private collection)

  

  

  

  Honorary colonel of the 27th "Wolfhound" Infantry Regiment, Hawaii, 1939.

  

  (Author's private collection)

  

  

  

  Superdancer and later U.S. Senator George Murphy, Little Miss Broadway, 1938.

  

  (Culver Pictures/Curtis Camera Press)

  

  

  

  Candy temptation from Joan Crawford during Little Miss Broadway.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  My first visit with Eleanor Roosevelt during Little Miss Broadway, 1938.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  With Helen Hayes, First Lady of the American theatre, and her daughter Mary, 1937.

  

  (Author's private collection)

  

  

  

  Indian signs with Martin Goodrider, Susannah of the Mounties, 1938.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  Chief Yellow Kidney instructing Bright Shining Star in Susannah of the Mounties.

  

  (Culver Pictures/Curtis Camera Press)

  

  

  

  The Little Princess premiere: My parents and I with Darryl Zanuck, 1938.

  

  (Author's private collection)

  

  

  

  Oscar awards to Disney, seven dwarfs, but no Snow White, 1939.

  

  (Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences)

  

  

  

  Teaching Noel Coward fractions in soundstage trailer, 1938.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  Croquet challenge match with Orson Welles, 1939.

  

  (Author's private collection)

  

  

  

  Departure for Honolulu: Jack, my parents, and George Jr. 1937.

  

  (Twentieth Century-Fox)

  

  

  

  Clark Gable on MGM lot during Kathleen, 1941.

  

  (Metro Goldwyn Mayer)

  

  

  

  Calypso routine from Kathleen.

  

  (Metro Goldwyn Mayer)

  

  

  

  Signed with David O. Selznick, 1943.

  

  (Selznick International Films)

  

  

  

  Wishful romance, with Lieutenant Joseph Cotten in Since You Went Away, 1944.

  

  (Selznick International Films)

  

  

  

  My sixteenth birthday on the set of I'll Be Seeing You: Joseph Cotten, Jennifer Jones, Spring Byington, Ginger Rogers, 1944.

  

  (Selznick International Films)

  

  

  

  With Mother, 1944.

  

  (Author's private collection)

  

  

  

  Old time student, West Lake School, 1944.

  

  (John Engstead)

  

  

  

  Air cadet Andrew D. Hotchkiss Jr., My first love, 1944.

  

  (Author's private collection)

  

  

  

  Wastepaper collection with Mayor Fiorello La Guardia (left) and Ethel Merman (right), 1944.

  

  (The News, New York City)

  

  

  

  Clairvoyant Prime Minister Mackenzie King of Canada, Ottawa, 1944.

  

  (Author's private collection)

  

  

  

  MGM adolescents: Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney, with Louis B. Mayer, 1941.

  

  (Metro Goldwyn Mayer)

  

  

  

  Serious talk with Ronald Reagan, father-lover figure in That Hagen Girl, 1948.

  

  (Warner Bros. "Morgan")

  

  

  

  Martial arts with Franchot Tone, Honeymoon, 1946.

  

  (RKO Radio Studios)

  

  

  

  Cary Grant and Rudy Vallee during The Bachelor and The Bobbysoxer, 1947.

  

  (RKO Radio Studios)

  

  

  

  Newly engaged to be married, 1945.

  

  (Press Association)

  

  

  

  Traditional wedding dress, Los Angeles, 1945.

  

  (Edward S. Curtis Studios)

  

  

  

  Sergeant Jack Agar at the announcement of our engagement, 1945.

  

  (Author's private collection)

  

  

  

  Firstborn Linda Susan, Brentwood, Los Angeles 1948.

  

  (John Miehle)

  

  

  

  With Father at Brown Derby Restaurant, Hollywood, 1945.

  

  (Robert Perkins, Ettinger Co.)

  

  

  

  Marriage, 1950.

  

  (San Francisco Examiner)

  

  

  

  My husband, as encountered in Honolulu, 1950.

  

  (Hawaiian Pineapple Co.)

  

  

  

  Charlie Jr. (Barton Sunday), Bethesda, Maryland, 1952.

  

  (Phil Raettinger)

  

  

  

  With my Lori Alden Black, Atherton, California, 1954.

  

  (John Engstead)

  

  

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