Carole Landis Production Stills

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Carole's first film role, Varsity Show (1937) Carole's first published photograph? Screen Book October, 1937 Find Carole in this picture, Roberta (1938) Carole's first lead, with John Wayne in Three Texas Steers (1939) At the races with John Wayne, Three Texas Steers (1939) Carole under fire, Daredevils of the Red Circle (1939) Between victim and perpetrator, Daredevils of the Red Circle (1939) Reading the Times, Daredevils of the Red Circle (1939) Dutiful granddaughter, Daredevils of the Red Circle (1939) Carole in danger, Daredevils of the Red Circle (1939)
Carole's first hit, 1 Million BC (1939) Loana, 1 Million BC (1939) Loana with a spear (1939) Sultry Loana, 1 Million BC (1939) Maternal Loana, 1 Million BC (1939) The same in black and white (1939) Loana and friend, 1 Million BC (1939) Another shot from 1 Million BC Love on the rocks, 1 Million BC (1939-family collection) Caveman tenderness, 1 Million BC (1939)
Facing danger with Victor Mature, 1 Million B.C. Attack of the colorized lizard, 1 Million BC Loana in bad lighting, Pic February 20, 1940 A steamy cover, Pic April 16, 1940 Too steamy for Hays, Pic April 16, 1940 From Turnabout, Screen Guide June 1940 The Turnabout comedienne, Silver Screen July 1940 A cute shot from Turnabout (1940) Carole and John turned about (1940) Turning about, Click June 1940
Bathing the dog, Turnabout (1940) *Colorized version of Turnabout dog bath Another passionate shot (1940) Turnabout dénouement, Picture Show November 9, 1940 Carole in red, Mystery Sea Raider (1940) Pensive Carole in Mystery Sea Raider (1940) Serious Carole in Mystery Sea Raider (1940) A tense moment, Mystery Sea Raider (1940) Unhappy Carole in Mystery Sea Raider (1940) Fighting the Nazis, Mystery Sea Raider
Nice legs, Road Show (1940) Lovely smile from Road Show (1940) With Adolphe Menjou, Road Show (1940) Lovely even split in half, Movie Life December 1940 Another shot with Alfred, Road Show (1940) Spinning the wheel, True Romances December 1940 The magic camera, Road Show (1940) At the taffy machine, Road Show (1940) With Willie Best, Road Show Penguin at dinner, Road Show (1940)
Carole at the buffet table, Road Show (1940) The center of attention, Road Show (1940) The star witness, Topper Returns (1940) With Joan Blondell, Topper Returns (1940) A difficult situation, Topper Returns (1940) With Roland Young et al., Topper Returns (1940) Attempted murder, Topper Returns (1940) Deep freeze, Topper Returns (1940) Final showdown, Topper Returns (1940) Which one would you look at? Moon over Miami (1941)
At the Texas hamburger stand, Moon over Miami (1941) Carole recumbent, Moon over Miami (1941) *"Miss Sears" with Betty and Charlotte, Moon over Miami (1941) Pick the beautiful sister, Moon over Miami (1941) With just Bob, Moon over Miami (1941) Dining with Bob, Moon over Miami (1941) With Jack Haley et al., Moon over Miami (1941) Carole and Cesar I, Dance Hall (1941) Carole and Cesar II, Dance Hall (1941) Carole and Cesar IV, Dance Hall (1941)
A Dance Hall deshabillée Carole and Cesar in a romantic pose, Dance Hall (1941) Venus at the microphone, Dance Hall (1941) Venus in song, Silver Screen August 1941 Carole in a cloth coat, Dance Hall (1941) Sisters again, I Wake up Screaming (1941) Carole and friends I, I Wake up Screaming (1941) *Carole and friends II, I Wake up Screaming (1941) Carole and friends III, I Wake up Screaming (1941) Carole and friends IV, I Wake up Screaming (1941)
Between Betty and Victor, I Wake Up Screaming (1941) With George Montgomery at the Automat, Cadet Girl Caring for John Shepperd, Cadet Girl (1941) Preparing for the real thing, Cadet Girl (1941) In her element, Cadet Girl (1941) Foursome from A Gentleman at Heart (1942) *Shutting up Miltie, A Gentleman at Heart With Victor Mature, My Gal Sal (1942) Nice hat from It Happened in Flatbush (1942) A lesson from Lloyd, It Happened in Flatbush (1942)
Nice furs from It Happened in Flatbush (1942) Another nice hat in It Happened in Flatbush (1942) Lobby card from Orchestra Wives (1942) With the girls, Orchestra Wives (1942) A swift kick in the rear, Orchestra Wives (1942) Girls and boys, Orchestra Wives (1942) With Glenn Miller, Orchestra Wives Healing Carole, Manila Calling (1942) Healing on a lobby card, Manila Calling (1942) Smudged Carole, Manila Calling (1942)
*Another view of the smudge Mediating Carole, Manila Calling (1942) At the head of the table, The Powers Girl (1942) Carole triumphant, The Powers Girl (1942) Lobby card with Jackie Gleason, Wintertime (1943) With Sonja Henie, Wintertime (1943) Wintry Carole, Wintertime (1943) The four Jills, Saturday Evening Post December 25, 1943 Fictional love, 4 Jills in A Jeep (1944) Coming a little closer, Four Jills in a Jeep
*Elegant Carole with John Harvey, Four Jills in a Jeep (1944) The fictional bride A song from the cutting-room floor, Four Jills in a Jeep (1944) *The cut number on a lobby card, Four Jills in a Jeep (1944) Making herself beautiful, Secret Command (1944) Worried Carole, Secret Command (1944) With Ruth Warrick, Secret Command (1944) Explaining Carole, Secret Command (1944) In a more relaxed mood, Secret Command (1944) A family scene, Secret Command (1944)
The plot thickens, Secret Command (1944) A dangerous moment, Secret Command (1944) A crucial moment, Secret Command Between George and Pat, Having Wonderful Crime (1944) With the boys at breakfast, Having Wonderful Crime (1944) The marriage tie, Having Wonderful Crime (1944) The usual suspects, Having Wonderful Crime (1944) The team in action, Having Wonderful Crime (1944) At the bar, Having Wonderful Crime (1944) With William Gargan, Behind Green Lights (1945)
With William Gargan and John Ireland, Behind Green Lights (1945) Another lobby card from Scandal in Paris (1945) Selling the film with her face Trying on hats in A Scandal in Paris (1945-family collection) Flaming Carole in A Scandal in Paris (1945), Life January 7, 1946 Carole, man, and dog, It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog (1946) Sophisticated lady, It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog (1946) Sophisticated and smiling, It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog (1946) Carole with a badge, It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog (1946) Domestic Carole in her last American film, Out of the Blue (1947)
Another shot of the loving couple, Out of the Blue Carole in bed, Out of the Blue (1947) Carole on the balcony, Out of the Blue (1947) Another ensemble from Out of the Blue (1947) Headed for England, The Brass Monkey (1947) The jig is up, The Brass Monkey (1947) A scene from Carole's last film, Noose (1948) The star reporter, Noose (1948) Smashing the gang leader, Noose (1948)


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