Two pictures of the whole replica of Penn Station built in Culver City by MGM Studios in 1945, used for the movie The Clock.
An homeric reproduction, via http://dip9.aaschool.ac.uk/penn-station-set-for-the-clock-1945-mgm-built-in-culver-city/
Been recently watching The Clock (1945), a lovely romantic though poignant movie directed by Vincent Minnelli and starred by Judy Garland –in her first non-musical adult role– and Robert Walker.
So sweet, so subtle, so sour. Just like love.
A Valentine’s (or any …tine’s) must-see!
This February’s movie recommendation is Only Angels Have Wings, directed by Howard Hawks in 1939. A thrilling and gritty action film based on a story written by Hawks and involving the lives of a group of air-mail pilots located in the fictional South American town of Barranca. A stellar cast transcends the screen with outstanding performances, such as those from Cary Grant, Jean Arthur, Rita Hayworth, Thomas Mitchell, Noah Beery or Sig Ruman.