Barbara Stanwyck rises to the occasion, bows to the Gardens customers. Gary Cooper and her husband Bob Taylor do some handwork
TABLE CHATTER—Joel McCrea and Gary Cooper chat over the dinner table on location with Paramount’s “Souls at Sea” company at the Catlina Isthmus. Though not a member of the cast, McCrea came along to be with his wife, Frances Dee, who was not at table when this picture was taken. That’s Mrs. Cooper at Gary’s left.
Gary Cooper and Maria Cooper Janis picnicking on the dunes in Southampton, circa 1950.
via Modern Luxury
Candid photo of Gary Cooper and Merle Oberon (looking like Minnie Mouse with those plates behind her) behind the scenes on The Cowboy and The Lady. Not sure who is in the background.
Gary Cooper demonstrating just how tall his companion was (Coop was around 6’3”)
Gary Cooper at his Hollywood home
Photograph by Don English
April 16, 1930
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.
Gary Cooper and Jack Carson, 1949
"OSCARS" FOR COOPER AND QUINN
CUERNAVACA, MEXICO……… VETERAN FILM FAVORITE GARY COOPER (LEFT) AND ANTHONY QUINN EMBRACE AFTER LEARNING OF THEIR SELECTION FOR “OSCARS” BY THE 25TH ANNUAL ACADEMY OF MOTION PICTURE ARTS AND SCIENCES. COOPER RECEIVED HIS “OSCAR” FOR HIS PERFORMANCE IN “HIGH NOON”. QUINN WAS AWARDED HIS FOR THE BEST PERFORMANCE BY A SUPPORTING ACTOR IN “VIVA ZAPATA”. COOPER, WINNER OF HIS SECOND “OSCAR”. AND QUINN ARE ON LOCATION NEAR CUERNAVACA MAKING A NEW FILM, “BLOWING WILD”. WHEN INFORMED OF HIS SELECTION, COOPER DRAWLED, “I’M A HELL OF AN ACTOR. I GET MY INSPIRARATION FROM THE PEOPLE WHO WORK WITH ME…”