Gary Cooper filming Souls at Sea (1937) on Star of Finland Boat off the coast of Catalina
Director Cecil B. DeMille, Gary Cooper and Madeleine Carroll between scenes of North West Mounted Police
George Raft smiling broadly on the set of Souls at Sea (1937) with a scruffy Gary Cooper, reading.
Cecil B. Demille, sitting, Gary Cooper standing behind the woman on The Plainsman set, I think. (1937)
MOTHER VISITS SON - Gary Cooper is practically superstition-less, but there’s one superstition to which he clings—that a visit from his Mother, Mrs. Charles Cooper, to the set of each of his pictures brings him good luck. Here is the lady paying her son a call during the filming of Paramount’s new Ernst Lubitsch comedy, “Bluebeard’s Eighth Wife,” in which Gary co-stars with Claudette Colbert.
Barbara Stanwyck, Gary Cooper and cinematographer Gregg Toland (far right) on set of Ball of Fire (1941)
Anna Sten and Gary Cooper are seen in a romantic scene from Samuel Goldwyn’s “The Wedding Night.” Director King Vidor is seen just to the right of the camera while Cameraman Gregg Toland is seen bending over in the extreme left foreground.
YOUNG VISITOR…….Gary Cooper, star of Warner Bros. production SPRINGFIELD RIFLE, is visited on the set by his wife and 14-year-old daughter, Maria, and explains to them the operation of a new type movie camera he has just acquired.
Gary Cooper and Patricia Neal find themselves a quiet corner on the Warner lot, but it’s strictly for business. They’re rehearsing dialogue for “Bright Leaf,” forthcoming screen version of Foster Fitz-Simons famous best seller.