Eye to Eye Clara Bow Jack Oakie The Fleet’s In (1928) ☆ 

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Embraceable You Clara Bow Fredric March The Wild Party (1929)

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Repose from Romance Clara Bow Fredric March The Wild Party (1929) Director: Dorothy Arzner Costume: Travis Banton ☆ 

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Face/Off Clara Bow Fredric March  The Wild Party (1929)

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Beach Party Bow Clara Bow Earl Pearson Southern California, circa 1928 ☆ 

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Love Train Clara Bow Stanley Smith Love Among the Millionaires (1930)

"Living in her strange, haunted twilight, can this be the red-hot kid who only yesterday was the brightest of them all?" ☆ Original “Where Are They Now?” story about Clara Bow (1905-1965) from Whisper magazine, January 1956 ☆ "Living in her strange, haunted twilight, can this be the red-hot kid who only yesterday was the brightest of them all?" ☆ Original “Where Are They Now?” story about Clara Bow (1905-1965) from Whisper magazine, January 1956 ☆ "Living in her strange, haunted twilight, can this be the red-hot kid who only yesterday was the brightest of them all?" ☆ Original “Where Are They Now?” story about Clara Bow (1905-1965) from Whisper magazine, January 1956 ☆ "Living in her strange, haunted twilight, can this be the red-hot kid who only yesterday was the brightest of them all?" ☆ Original “Where Are They Now?” story about Clara Bow (1905-1965) from Whisper magazine, January 1956 ☆

"Living in her strange, haunted twilight, can this be the red-hot kid who only yesterday was the brightest of them all?" Original “Where Are They Now?” story about Clara Bow (1905-1965) from Whisper magazine, January 1956 ☆

Clara Bow with Artie Jacobson at Brighton Beach, 1923. They fell in love in Brooklyn, then lived together in Hollywood” Photo and quote from David Stenn “Clara Bow: Runnin’ Wild" (1988)

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Glowing Gaze Clara Bow Lane Chandler ☆ Red Hair (1928) Original photograph by Gene Robert Richee 

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"Bin ich ihr Typ?" / "I’m her Type?" ☆ Clara Bow Charles “Buddy” Rogers Get Your Man (1927) German Lobby Card

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Coffee, Tea or Clara Bow? Children of Divorce (1927) with Einar Hanson

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Visiting Vixen ☆ Clara Bow Victor Fleming Original photo circa 1927 ☆ Caption typed on reverse:

NOT THEIR FIRST PICTURE TOGETHER - - - - - But the first picture made of Clara Bow and Victor Fleming following the announcement of their engagement in San Antonio, Texas, where Clara Bow is on location as the feminine lead in Lucien Hubbard production “Victor Fleming is directing “The Rough Riders” also a Paramount road show attraction.

Sailor Stare Clara Bow James HallTHE FLEET’S IN (1928)