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Happy days and nights at home…

16 Oct

Wish I coud see what those pictures on the wall contain a lot closer – looks to be ships! What a surprise… huh?

— David DeWitt

 
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  1. Anonymous

    October 16, 2008 at 3:17 am

    They were ships. There was also another ship picture, bigger and of a sailing vessel (not Sirocco) like a clipper ship. It was above the bar when I first got there and then it was taken down and I saw it leaning against the wall next to his bed as if he intended to either give it away or have it reframed, etc. Knowing what I now know I would have asked him what it was there for — but frankly, I wasn't that interested at the time.
    Interestingly, I tried to remember yesterday what color the carpet was in his bedroom. Came up with three colors and honestly knew I was just guessing. I was irritated until I was on the phone with a gal I know, whose house I have often visited, and realized I couldn't recall what color her carpet was either — and that wasn't almost sixty years ago. That made me feel better. Steve

     
  2. Anonymous

    October 16, 2008 at 12:46 pm

    Great photo, David. I was thinking about how there were a number of photos of Flynn taken, quite posed, in his home and on the Zaca…which was true for a number of stars back in the 40's and 50's. Probably for magazine articles. I wonder how much of this was encouraged by the studios. And why it's not so common to see photos of modern stars relaxing in their homes.

     
  3. Anonymous

    October 16, 2008 at 7:49 pm

    Actually there were quite a large number of photos of stars in their homes. I have several books of just that theme.
    R

     
  4. Anonymous

    October 17, 2008 at 12:41 am

    I'm pretty sure this was one of the unused photos shot by Bert Six for the article “The Master of Muholland.” It's a great article, in case you haven't seen it.
    Linc

     
  5. Robert

    April 29, 2014 at 9:41 pm

    The prints were by noted marine artist, Charles J.A. Wilson.

     
 
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