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3-D Hollywood

by Suzanne Lloyd Hayes

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This collection of photographs was taken by Harold Lloyd himself after he retired from the screen in 1930. Beginning in the mid-1940s, Lloyd spent over 20 years using a 3-D camera to take pictures of friends and neighbours - Bob Hope, Gary Cooper, Alan Ladd, Richard Burton, Dick Powell, 18-year-old Candice Bergen, Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall. Included with these are more than a dozen previously unpublished pictures of Marilyn Monroe, some of them taken at Lloyd's Beverly Hills estate. All of the photos are reproduced in 3-D and special 3-D glasses are included with the book. Suzanne Lloyd Hayes is Lloyd's granddaughter and provides a foreword recalling her grandfather's passionate dedication to photography.

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