Stooge Guarding Waterfront and Hurrell’s Hollywood Glamour
“Stooge for Bund Leader Guards Our Waterfront”, by Gene De Poris, PM, March 3, 1942, p. 5, (photos by Leo Lieb, Weegee)
PM, March 3, 1942, pp. 5, 16-17
5 by Hurrell
Steiner Picks Hollywood Glamor Man’s Best Work
Sumptuously Sexy… Bette Davis… a dramatic actress with fire in her veins…
Unique Personality of a Dietrich…
Pools of Mysterious Black… Now editors demand dark pictures, say they’re his trademark. This is Conchita Montenegro.
The Woman everyman showers with… Ann Sheridan…
Sex and Glamor… dancer Zorina… to capture a feeling of soaring into space.
“George Hurrell is the top glamor photographer in Hollywood. He has lived two success stories…
Hurrell chose a middle corse. He decided against the daily grind and also against life in a garret… He didn’t consider glamor pictures world-shakingly inportant, but they were the thing he did best. It was work he could have fun at if he could be his own boss.
Hurrell quit and moved into his own studio, kept overhead low by doing most of the work himself. Now he makes fewer but better picture; earns plenty; takes time off. He’s a happy man. That’s Hurrell’s second success story. – Ralph Steiner.” PM, March 3, 1942, pp. 16-17