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Life Goes to the Movies

by Life

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In a series of photographs the stars, films, studios, and personnel behind the cameras are pictured.

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A collection of photos reproduced from LIFE magazine. The reproduction quality could have been better for this softbound edition. ( )
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When the new magazine LIFE appeared on the scene in 1936, pledged, among other things, "to see lifeā€”to see and be amazed," Garbo had lost her first name, Shirley Temple was Queen of the box office and Clark Gable was King.
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