Posted by vp19 on 2015.10.09 at 23:10
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Like many other stars of her time, Carole Lombard was popular with audiences who didn’t speak English. In particular, Spanish-language publications such asCinelandia (above) and Cine-Mundial frequently either wrote about Carole or used her as a cover subject.
In 1936, the same year the Cinelandia cover above was published, Lombard joined three other stars — Myrna Loy, Ida Lupino and Ginger Rogers — in a four-page fashion spread. Here’s the front page, where Carole was most prominent:
The next page:
And the other two:
I apologize for the lack of focus in these photos, but that’s what I was given to work with.
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