April 10th, 2014
April 9th, 2014
Viva Villa (1934)

Viva Villa (1934)

a handful of Mexican earth in Viva Villa (1934).  All of the exterior shots in the final film were shot by Howard Hawks in Mexico but he did not receive on screen credit after being fired by MGM with most of his film completed.

a handful of Mexican earth in Viva Villa (1934).  All of the exterior shots in the final film were shot by Howard Hawks in Mexico but he did not receive on screen credit after being fired by MGM with most of his film completed.

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Viva Villa (1934), an Academy Award nominee for Best Picture.

Viva Villa (1934), an Academy Award nominee for Best Picture.

Wallace Beery is not convincing as Pancho Villa in Viva Villa (1934), but it is still a rousing performance. 

Wallace Beery is not convincing as Pancho Villa in Viva Villa (1934), but it is still a rousing performance. 

damsellover:

The daily dose of Fay Wray is this still from Viva Villa! (1934).
Fay was married to screen writer John Monk Sanders who won the Oscar for his story The Dawn Patrol (1930), Howard Hawks’ first sound film.

damsellover:

The daily dose of Fay Wray is this still from Viva Villa! (1934).

Fay was married to screen writer John Monk Sanders who won the Oscar for his story The Dawn Patrol (1930), Howard Hawks’ first sound film.

April 8th, 2014
looks like The Duke is down in a publicity still for Rio Lobo

looks like The Duke is down in a publicity still for Rio Lobo

John Wayne, Jorge Rivero and Jack Elam in Rio Lobo (1970)

John Wayne, Jorge Rivero and Jack Elam in Rio Lobo (1970)