Monday, February 9, 2009

More pictures from "The Golden Calf"

Right here is the blog I published last September about the lost 1930 El Brendel feature "The Golden Calf". At that time I had about a dozen-or-so pictures in the entry itself, so while I work on more writings about El (coming soon, I swear!), I'll throw out some more photos from the film that I have in my collection.


















9 comments:

Robby Cress said...

Great images. Where did you come across these photographs? Not sure if you mentioned that during your previous post so I'll check it out.

amy-jeanne said...

ALL GREAT! Hope you got that article I sent you. I know my email has been funny for you for some reason.

Louie said...

Robby,
I got most of them from a collector out on the West Coast a while back and added to about the half dozen I already had. I think I still may have 4 or 5 left that I haven't posted along with some related memorabilia, so I gues I could have another "Golden Calf" post somewhere down the line! (like after they find a copy in Prague!)

Amy,
Yes, I got the article, THANK YOU VERY MUCH! It is the first full length article I have seen since he was at Paramount doing "You Never Know Women". Who is on the cover of that magazine as now I am going to have to track down a copy! The W&W discs should be out to you by early next week!

Stacia said...

Great stuff - I love El in the tub!

I just watched an episode of "Racket Squad" with El in it. Poor El, working with a stiff board like Reed Hadley must have been frustrating.

Louie said...

Stacia,
I can just imagine! I have about 95% of El's known TV appearances and the "Racket Squad" may be around the worst.

amy-jeanne said...

My copy actually is coverless :( But it is indeed the February 1932 issue of "Modern Screen" magazine.

Louie said...

It's Joan Crawford:

http://www.joancrawfordbest.com/magmodscreen232.htm

L. said...

where do you find these great pics? theyre awesome

Louie said...

They came from one collector in California. I also got MANY stills from "Hot For Paris" and "Sunnyside Up".