Pin Up Calendar Illustration
Bel Air boy… 1956
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1952 Pontiac advertisement.
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Frank Sinatra and Manie Sacks with the President of Columbia Records, Ed Wallerstein at the opening of the Columbia Records pressing plant in Indianapolis, 1945.
The big surprise about Higher and Higher is not how well he can hold a big screen, but how beautiful he is. Not handsome—any Joe Blow can be handsome. The twenty-seven-year-old Frank Sinatra, shot in rich black and white by cinematographer Robert De Grasse, is resplendent. Lovingly lit, photographed slightly in soft focus, he glows through his every scene, all cheekbones and wide, wide eyes. He’s like Bambi with sex appeal. -James Kaplan, Frank: The Voice
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Marilyn Monroe looking incredible in How To Marry A Millionaire
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