This is a capture that I made. Do you know what film this scene is from?
I hope you and your family had a great Christmas.
I have this picture and also a very similar one where Susan has her eyes open.
I believe it to be from SIS HOPKINS - where Susan and Bob Crosby are singing "Look At You, Look at Me." I don't know who did the actual singing
Wishing everyone a HAPPY NEW YEAR.
Trish, we had a very nice Christmas. I hope yours was also.
I think you are right about the photo being from 'Sis Hopkins'....I wasn't a hundred percent, but that's what I was thinking also.
Wonderful photo and kudos to Trish, our resident guru on ALL things Haywardian for nailing its source.
Happy 2014 to you Trish, Ginger and all on the board.
Happy New Year, Kerry!
I probably should not have used "title photo" as the subject of my post, because when i changed the photo a couple of days later, it was a little confusing...the first photo I put up was one of Susan in a scene from "Sis Hopkins" which Trish rightly identified. The photo that is posted now is a general photo session type photo i believe, but if it's from a film, I bet Trish can identify it! I will repost the original photo from Sis Hopkins that I had put up as the title photo, and also Trish had sent me another photo which is almost the same (From Sis Hopkins...the one i posted has Susan with her eyes closed, and the one Trish sent has Susan with her eyes open..interesting comparison.. hope that is as clear as mud. :)
for any proofreaders out there, my shift is sticking on my laptop and caps aren't easy to do sometimes....and for any other typos, i have no excuse..
Kerry, just to confuse you, I changed the title photo one more time..will keep it there for a while. I will get the two sis Hopkins photos put here in the body of the message board, real soon.
The latest picture of Susan you posted is from DAVID AND BATHSHEBA. I have some beauties taken around that era.
A Happy New Year to everyone.
You won't believe it--since I've never been lucky enough to see the film--but I guessed where this last photo was taken from. Pure luck! And the fact that those tops of Susan's sleeves looked like they might be from that period!
Didn't she look so pretty and so radiant.
And, Ginger, thank you, too, for the photo from 'Sis Hopkins'---that's another film I've never seen. I did notice how very young Susan looked, though.
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ONE AND ALL!
warmest wishes, Lynn xxxx