In 1936 W.C. Fields found time to horse around with Gloria Swanson on the set of Poppy.
The Our Gang kids got some backstage tutoring from Fern Carter while in costume in 1930.
Bette Davis (left) and her stand-in, Sally Sage, were close-knit on the set of 1940’s The Letter.
Four of Hollywood’s finest leading men—(from left) Clark Gable, Van Heflin, Gary Cooper and Jimmy Stewart-shared a few laughs over drinks at Romanoff’s in L.A. on New Year’s Eve 1957.
Thank you. Mr. Chaplin. Bye-bye, Miss Goddard. You were wonderful. And the show goes on.