Ida Lupino and unidentified man with service dog.
Photo by Floyd McCarty, Warner Brothers
Ida Lupino visits husband Louis Hayward on the set of The Duke Of West Point (1938)
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
Director S. Sylvan Simon, Glenn Ford and Ida Lupino on the set of Lust For Gold, 1949
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.
Ida Lupino, Tullio Carminati, Mary Ellis and James Blakeley on the set of “Paris in Spring,” 1935
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.