Hidden Artistry — Fooling the Camera

  Mr. Smith  

  “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington”  
  Tennessee Johnson  
  “Tennessee Johnson”  

Arye Michael Bender's comments on the "carved panels" in "Mr. Smith" reminded me of the painted statues in "Tennessee Johnson." Here's a better look.

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I am retired from the Los Angeles Times
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3 Responses to Hidden Artistry — Fooling the Camera

  1. Arye Michael Bender says:

    Film is an art of light and shadow.

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  2. benito says:

    agreed, just check out The Scarlet Empress. Claude Rains is below the shaded light.

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  3. Steven Moshlak says:

    The “painted statues”? Arye, pardon the pun but you’ve been “busted” by a creative stage crew!!!! 🙂
    Also, don’t feel bad. When you aren’t paying attention to the scenery, you’re focused on the content of the movie, (something along the lines from the motion picture, “Los Angeles in the Movies”)

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