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Discussion in 'The Golden Era' started by hatguy1, Nov 26, 2013.
See the smiling faces?
I bet they wouldn't be smiling if they saw
the way things look now!
Nevertheless thanks for sharing the images of the way it used to be.
No worries...I've got hundreds of more photos, lol.
Let’s hope that the system does not breakdown and we loose all these gems
Come Fly With Us
Vico Motor Oil Airplane Gas Station 1929
Makes me think of this...
"Bruce Berry was a working man/He used to load that Econoline van."
“Raining in My Heart”
Bonneville salt, twice as white and twice as addicting as cocaine!
Dick Powell as the pump jockey, but is that Olivia deHavilland?
Buick! A '56, I think? And while they are in proportion to this car, those wheels and tires look as big as the oversized paws on many of today's cars.
Powell & Olivia in "Hard to Get" (1938)
Olivia is still with us, at 100 years old, I believe.
And, as was pointed out by, I think, Lizzie, is suing the producers of the TV show "Feud" over how she was represented in it.