Sister Celluloid

Where old movies go to live

And the Winner Is…

The winner of Sister Celluloid Contest #2 is Kathy McC!

This time, the prize was 10 classic film cards from the company that made them best: Garbaty of Germany. All of these cards are from the 1934 “Modern Beauty” series; the stars are Annabella, Virginia Bruce, Madeleine Carroll, Lil Dagover, Kay Francis, Miriam Hopkins, Emil Jannings, Gloria Swanson, Lupe Velez and Alice White.

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And all that fabulousness will now be winging its way to Kathy. Congratulations, girl!

Keep an eye out for Sister Celluloid Contest #3, coming up soon. And a huge thank-you, as always, to everyone who stops by to read, share and comment! I’m so happy you’re here!

2 Comments

  1. Awesome! I would like to thank the Academy for … wait, I’d like to think the fabulous Sister Celluloid for being generous and awesome. 😀 Who loves ya baby!?

    • Oh my God did you know it was Telly Savalas’s birthday when you said that?!? Love you back!!

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