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'Young Idea Goes West', April 1962 British Vogue
Jean Shrimpton photographed by David Bailey

New York, New York!

Cast members of “High Noon” watch the World Series opener between the New York Yankees and the New York Giants on television on a Hollywood movie set in Oct. 4, 1951. The cast and crew from left are, Otto Kruger, Thomas Mitchell, Gary Cooper, foot on barrel, an unidentified studio staffer, Grace Kelly and Lon Chaney Jr. (AP Photo/Charles Handel)

Cast members of “High Noon” watch the World Series opener between the New York Yankees and the New York Giants on television on a Hollywood movie set in Oct. 4, 1951. The cast and crew from left are, Otto Kruger, Thomas Mitchell, Gary Cooper, foot on barrel, an unidentified studio staffer, Grace Kelly and Lon Chaney Jr. (AP Photo/Charles Handel)

Judy Garland receives a kiss from Mickey Rooney as she is given a special award Oscar for her outstanding performance as a screen juvenile during the past years at the 1939 Academy Awards presented at the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, Ca., Feb. 29, 1940. (AP Photo)

Judy Garland receives a kiss from Mickey Rooney as she is given a special award Oscar for her outstanding performance as a screen juvenile during the past years at the 1939 Academy Awards presented at the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, Ca., Feb. 29, 1940. (AP Photo)

British actor Charles Laughton studies a self-portrait by Vincent Van Gogh, displayed at the Chicago Art Institute, in February 1950. (AP Photo/Edward S. Kitch)

British actor Charles Laughton studies a self-portrait by Vincent Van Gogh, displayed at the Chicago Art Institute, in February 1950. (AP Photo/Edward S. Kitch)

Great preparations have been made for the filming of Bernard Shaw’s famous play “Pygmalion” and it has been planned on a big scale to be pinewood studios’ prestige picture at their studios. The film will be 12 weeks in the making and will cost about £160,000. It is to be made by Pascal Production, with Gabriel Pascal as producer, while Leslie Howard and Anthony Asquith are joint directors. Leslie Howard also stars with Wendy Hiller. To inaugurate the film a luncheon was held at which many celebrities attended, including Bernard Shaw “To inspire the principals with courage and confidence.” Bernard Shaw, left, Leslie Howard, center and Lady Asquith at the film luncheon at Pinewood Club, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire, England on March 11, 1938. (AP Photo)

Great preparations have been made for the filming of Bernard Shaw’s famous play “Pygmalion” and it has been planned on a big scale to be pinewood studios’ prestige picture at their studios. The film will be 12 weeks in the making and will cost about £160,000. It is to be made by Pascal Production, with Gabriel Pascal as producer, while Leslie Howard and Anthony Asquith are joint directors. Leslie Howard also stars with Wendy Hiller. To inaugurate the film a luncheon was held at which many celebrities attended, including Bernard Shaw “To inspire the principals with courage and confidence.” Bernard Shaw, left, Leslie Howard, center and Lady Asquith at the film luncheon at Pinewood Club, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire, England on March 11, 1938. (AP Photo)