Sister Celluloid

Where old movies go to live

New Feature: TINTYPE TUESDAYS!! Fun Classic Movie Pix for That In-Between Day

We all have our little tricks to get through Monday, and Wednesday is Hump Day, and by Thursday we can see the weekend peering over the hill… but what of Tuesday? To throw a little love to the neglected almost-middle child of the week—which we’re supposed to muddle through without, well, anything—Sister Celluloid is launching a new  feature, TINTYPE TUESDAYS, where we’ll post some fun classic movie pix every week!

And we’re kicking things off with… Great Moments in Lady Chin Dimples! Starring (so far) Elsa Lanchester, Janet Gaynor, Sophia Loren, Ava Gardner and Jean Harlow…

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Please do add your favorite cleft-chinned classic actress in Comments; I know there are tons more out there, but I wanted to get this party started!

By the way, this is the second new feature in a month; earlier we launched STREAMING SATURDAYS, bringing you a fabulous free movie every weekend! You can check that out here!

And be sure to check back next week for another edition of TINTYPE TUESDAYS!


  1. Vienna

    Love the theme!

    • Thank you, love! And I knew if anyone would appreciate great classic film pix, you would!! ❤

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