Nicholas Ray directing Ida Lupino & Robert Ryan on the set of On Dangerous Ground
Ida Lupino and Ann Sheridan dancing
Taken on the set of the 1956 film, WHILE THE CITY SLEEPS, this photo features director Fritz Lang discussing a scene with Ida Lupino and Dana Andrews, and it looks like Miss Lupino is expressing one of her own ideas.
Errol Flynn, now starring in NEVER SAY GOODBYE, visits Ida Lupino on the set of the picture in which she is currently starring, Warner Bros.’ THE MAN I LOVE.
Photo by Milton Gold
RUNNING LINES. Director (left) Ida Lupino runs lines for an upcoming scene in Filmakers [sic] “Mother of a Champion,” which co-stars Sally Forrest and Ida Lupino*, produced by Collier Young, for RKO Radio Distribution.
*Glad to see even in 1950 no one researched anything before publishing it. Ida didn’t co-star in this. She only made a cameo appearance.
Tournage de Outrage, d’Ida Lupino, Ida Lupino en robe à carreaux avec Mala Powers (de dos) et derrière l’arbre Tod Andrews, au fond à droite, le producteur Collier Young et le producteur associé Malvin Wald (manches courtes).
Shooting of Ida Lupino’s Outrage, Ida Lupino in a culotte dress with Mala Powers (from the back) and behind the tree Tod Andrews, in front to the right, the producer Collier Young and the associate producer Malvin Wald (T-shirt).
*terrible scan by lupinoschums
Nicholas Ray directing Sumner Williams and Ida Lupino in On Dangerous Ground . 1952 .
BEAUTY AND BEASTIE—Visiting on Paramount’s “The General Died at Dawn” set, Ida Lupino renews acquaintance with Professor Pappy, simian actor-mascot of the studio, while Director Lewis Milestone looks on.
Ida Lupino behind the scenes