Been awhile since I've examined eBay for Carole Lombard items -- I've had other things on my mind lately -- but I came across this piece I'd never seen before. I believe it's from "The Gay Bride," judging from the dress she has on, but I can't confirm anything from this pic.
I do know it's an original from the seller hollywoodpaper2, and as of this writing you can buy it for $59.95. Interested? Then go to http://www.ebay.com/itm/GORGEOUS-SEXY-CAROLE-LOMBARD-VERY-NICE-1930s-PHOTO-HOLLYWOOD-GREAT-/322511974857?hash=item4b173631c9:g:JMsAAOSwiylXDQ9G.
Today, I wish to pay tribute to veteran character actor Michael Parks, a favorite of Quentin Tarantino, who has died at age 77. He had a lot of friends in the industry, but how many know he also had a hit record?
It came in the spring of 1970, from his NBC drama "Then Came Bronson," which lasted that one season. "Long, Lonesome Highway," the show's theme, is a charming record, making the pop Top 20, the top five on the adult contemporary charts, and even got some country airplay. Godspeed, Michael. Keep traveling.