1940s: New York by Stanley Kubrick Chris November 30, 2011 1940-1949, New York, Places 6 CommentsFavourited 1879 times Add to favourites 6 Responses johnjo November 30, 2011 The man always had an eye for a good shot. Love the bicycle tightrope one. Who is the man shouting? – not a barker by his dress, but it makes you wonder what is going on. A story in a still. Reply mark December 2, 2011 The act in the circus pictures is the Alzana troupe famous on Ringling Bros. for Years. The person in the front is circus owner John Ringling North. Reply the quiet man December 28, 2011 who is the blonde woman reading? anyone know? Reply EpicJeff January 28, 2012 I hope he stopped to help that one girl carry her books down the stairs after he took her picture..lol. Reply Amy January 29, 2012 Quiet man – Her name is Betsy Von Furstenberg. Broadway Actress. Reply Aristocrat August 23, 2012 And in keeping with standard Kubrick tradition after a production is completed, all of these buildings were razed and the models executed. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.