The cover with a drawing of Jeannette MacDonald on it.
Only actress on this page that I know is Irene Dunne.
A closer look at the Irene Dunne picture and an interesting tid-bit on "Madame Curie." Hmm, I guess the movie ended up getting shelved or something. It didn't come out until 1943, and then Greer Garson had the title role.
Claudette Colbert in what looks like a very good imitation of the dress she wore in It Happened One Night.
an article on Katherine Hepburn.
Two pages on Fall fashion, with Olivia de Haviland on the right.
a closer look at the Olivia de Haviland page.
My favorite part of the whole magazine though is this two-page beauty on Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers' Waltz in Swing Time which they performed in the movie Swing Time.
closer look at each page.
Isn't it lovely? And I bought this with another magazine for only $5!
And now after looking at that two-page Astaire and Rogers spread I'm in the mood for some dance clips.
Waltz in Swing Time:
Hard to Handle:
Pick Yourself Up:
Aren't they just fabulous?
Oh, by the way this post is for my older sister's blog event "Going Through the Eras."