Posts tagged Gary Cooper.


Gary Cooper with wife on the set of “The Westerner” (1940)

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Cecil Beaton and Gary Cooper hanging out on a back lot, 1930s 

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Dean’s death caused a loss in the movie world that our industry could ill afford.  Had he lived long enough, I feel he would have made some incredible films.  He had sensitivity and a capacity to express emotions… —Gary Cooper

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lars134: John Wayne and Gary Cooper

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Gary Cooper in The First Kiss, 1928

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Gary Cooper photographed by Clifton L. Kling, 1930

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Gary Cooper and Barbara Stanwyck, 1941

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He was a poet of the real. He knew all about cows, bulls, cars, and ocean tides. He had the enthusiasm of a boy. He could always tell you his first vivid impression of a thing. He had an old-fashioned politeness, but he said nothing casually.

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Robert Taylor visiting Barbara Stanwyck and Gary Cooper on the set of “Ball of Fire” (1941).

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