Photograph taken during filming of 'Forever Amber'

Made:
1946-12-01
maker:
Associated Press

Daily Herald Archive/Science Museum Group/SSPL
© Associated Press

Daily Herald Archive/Science Museum Group/SSPL
© Associated Press

Associated Press photograph titled 'Amber's 100000 dollar kiss'. Caption on back reads: 'Though it will run for only 10 seconds on the screen in the film "Forever Amber", this kiss was Hollywood's most costly and premeditated of the year. Kissing are Linda Darnell and Cornell Wilde, stars of "Forever Amber". Upper left: Director Otto Preminger shows Wilde how it's done. Upper right: Preminger arranges heads for proper camera angle. Lower left: Assistant cameraman measures camera distance, while special effect man pumps "fog" into background. Lower right: Lips touch perfectly on the 58th attempt'.

Details

Category:
Photographs
Object Number:
1983-5236/30079
Materials:
ink, paper (fibre product)
type:
photograph
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
credit:
Daily Herald Archive at National Science and Media Museum
status:
Permanent collection

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