I have so much love for Warner Bros. right now. Their whole Warner Archive project has been an absolute home run for fans, and it isn’t just ultra-rare titles finally seeing video. The studio has started sharing images from the past, joining Universal in culling the vaults to shed further light on favorite faces, films, and events.
Today, Warner shared this stunning shot of actress Anita Ekberg. No location or date is provided, other than a note that it is from the fifties, but it appears to be some sort of promotional event.
Ekberg is no stranger to the Famous Monsters set, having appeared in Abbott And Costello Go To Mars (’53), Screaming Mimi (’58), Way…Way Out (’66), Fangs Of The Living Dead (’69), The French Sex Murders (’71), The Killer Nun (’79).
Not major news, but a little something to make today even more beautiful than it already was. Thank you Warner!
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