It's spring 1934, and Carole Lombard's riding high. Her latest release, Columbia's "Twentieth Century," is drawing rave reviews as a stellar example of a new genre that would ultimately be known as "screwball comedy." Moreover, Carole -- now eight or nine months divorced from William Powell -- has rented a home, decorated by William Haines, at 7953 Hollywood Boulevard, just west of Fairfax, which she would occupy for the next two years as she boosted her reputation within the Hollywood community.
This photo, Paramount p1202-714, has information on the back, letting us visualize the colors on this black-and-white pic:
Lots of plum and pink...and mirror images.
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