Thursday, October 28, 2021

An ALL-TALKING comedy-drama ... Wow!

 "When the last scene in Three Live Ghosts was shot, the three title characters were snapped with the director.  Left to right:  Claud Allister, Thornton Freeland, who directed this all talking comedy-drama for United Artists, Charles McNaughton and Robert Montgomery."

Hey, a 1929 publicity shot ... not bad. 

And who said Bob always wore tuxedos in his early movies.   Really.  (Although, the movie does end with him wearing a tux.)

 Just look at young Mr. Montgomery.  All that hair.  And that hanky came in handy to cover up his long neck.  Personally, I don't spend much time looking at Bob's neck. 

1 comment:

Allison said...

One of those ads that makes me realize just how revolutionary talkies must have seemed to people after silent films