When I watch movies, I always take pictures of the kissing scenes!
I live near a giant discount grocery store that carries a strange selection of $1 double feature movies. I bought a stack of them on a whim and I’ve been slowly going through them when I’m waiting for my Netflix to arrive. For the most part, they are movies I’ve never heard of, and I select them based on if I remotely recognize any of the actors billed on the covers. These two are from a James Cagney film, The Time of Your Life (1948)
These are from the pre-code films Murder at the Vanities (1934) and Search for Beauty (1934)
This blondie is the little cutie who stars opposite from Dick Powell in the “Young and Healthy” number from 42nd Street (1933). I like how she always has crooked eyebrows.
Kissing after singing “Cocktails for Two” behind the baby grand. Notice the framed photo portrait to the right.
“Hey, hey, am I interrupting you?
What ‘cha doing? Hmm?”