1940s: New York by Stanley Kubrick

6 Responses

  1. johnjo

    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.

  2. mark

    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.

  3. EpicJeff

    I hope he stopped to help that one girl carry her books down the stairs after he took her picture..lol.

  4. Aristocrat

    And in keeping with standard Kubrick tradition after a production is completed, all of these buildings were razed and the models executed.


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