Just a few candid moments from around 1933 … A dapper Bill Powell reads the newspaper at Warners, while on another stage Loretta Young awaits the next set-up on her latest pre-code drama. George O’Brien exits the Fox Film Corporation’s elegant commissary, Café De Paris, on his way back to finish up another of those outstanding westerns he did for the company during the early thirties. Too bad these aren’t around on DVD, as they maintained a high standard for several years, and often included early appearances by contract leading ladies on their way up. Maureen O’Sullivan and Claire Trevor both co-starred with O’Brien in these, as did others. Many of George's westerns were Zane Grey adaptations, none were "B’s" as we think of them today, but all were rugged and well-made. The Café DeParis is still on the Fox lot as far as I know. They used to have a really lavish mural of thirties stars on the wall --- hope it’s still there.