And in this case, it's both a literal and figurative sense. Carole Lombard and Fred MacMurray are shown in a still from "Hands Across the Table" (1935), and it's been captured on a 2" x 3" magnet -- and the eBay seller's name is, appropriately, "magneticappeal."
Here's how the seller touts it:
See that semicolon above? I mistakenly first typed in an exclamation point, I was so excited(!).
Each magnet is $4.49; more than 10 are available. To purchase one (or more), go to http://www.ebay.com/itm/FRED-MACMURRAY-CAROLE-LOMBARD-2X3-FRIDGE-MAGNET-ACTOR-ACTRESS-FILM-TELEVISION-/252231034983?hash=item3aba242867:g:lIcAAOxydlFS5tMR.
The seller has nearly 3,900 magnets at the store, but this is the only one of Lombard (although Marilyn Monroe has but two, and Jean Harlow doesn't have any). If this sells well, perhaps we'll get some other "magnetic images" of Carole. How about this for a vertical...
...and this, once cropped, for a horizontal?