The Golden Age of Hollywood 

I've seen this animated panel about pre-code Hollywood on many Tumblr pages, but I can't find the original.  The panel is quite creative and eye catching.  It's very popular and gets reblogged a lot.  But I'd like to see the original web site that it came from.  I think the panel's popularity is getting people's attention for pre-code Hollywood.

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Hi Jim, I just had a quick look and it looks like a very dramatic

Ann Dvorak in "Three on a Match" (1932).  If you like pre-coders

I think this film is the ultimate. That is the ending so I  won't

let any spoilers out but apart from Ann, Joan Blondell, Bette

Davis, Warren William, Lyle Talbot and even a very young

Humphrey Bogart playing a low down meanie are in it.



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