1. Ghost Diver (20th Century Fox, 1957)

    Roger Bristol (James Craig) is the star of a popular TV adventure series. To further boost his ratings, Bristol promises his viewers that he will locate a sunken treasure off the coasts of South America.

    True to his word, Bristol, his secretary Anne Stevens (Audrey Totter) and his skindiver son Bob (Lowell Brown) embark on his dangerous quest, using the cryptic messages carved on an ancient idol as his guide to the treasure.

    Their mission is threatened by a covetous local diver (Nico Minardos), who will stop at nothing to get his hands on the treasure. (allmovie)

  2. Underwater! (RKO, 1955). Window Card / movie poster; LaNora Theatre; Pampa, Texas

    Drama.Starring Jane Russell, Gilbert Roland, Richard Egan, Lori Nelson, Robert Keith, Joseph Calleia, Eugene Iglesias and Ric Roman. Directed by John Sturges

  3. Tugboat Annie (MGM, 1933)

    Directed by Mervyn LeRoy. Starring Marie Dressler, Wallace Beery, Robert Young and Maureen O’ Sullivan.

  5. Maritime Monday for August 12th, 2013:
    Movies About Ships, Part V

    Captain of the scavenger ship Ghost, Wolf Larsen, (Edward G. Robinson) is a heartless tyrant who can tolerate no sign of weakness in anyone, and reigns over his hellish vessel in true satanic fashion. Idealistic writer Humphrey Van Weyden (Alexander Knox) and fugitive from justice Ruth Webster (Ida Lupino) are picked up by the Ghost when their ferryboat capsizes.

    Realizing that their chances of getting off the boat alive are nil, Van Weyden and Ruth conspire with embittered cabin boy Leach (John Garfield) to escape.  They drift in a small open boat for days, only to return to the Ghost, which has apparently been scuttled by the mutinous crew.

    Ultimately, the Ghost sinks beneath the waves, carrying Larsen and Van Weyden to their doom. Ruth and Leach manage to save themselves, rowing toward the safety of a nearby island.

  6. Who’s yer Papi?  (video)

    Big Papi holds baby during national anthem

    Boston Tender  :)

  7. pianolin:

    Mattapoisett Bathing Beach, Massachusetts
    Negative, Glass, Dry Plate

    (via fuckyeahmassachusetts)

  8. The Tidal Wave (Thomsen-Ellis Corp., Baltimore-New York, 1918) WWI Poster

    by Joseph Clement Coll (1881 -1921), a prolific magazine illustrator who was one of the earliest to work in the new medium of unengraved drawings. His thousands of illustrations in a host of periodicals is said to have had a profound influence on the pulp magazine artists of the 1930s and 40s.

  10. oldbookillustrations:

    The prologe of the tale of the manne of lawe.

    Edward Burne-Jones, from The works of Geoffrey Chaucer, Hammersmith, 1896.

    (Source: archive.org)

  11. I don’t think that hideous sculpture is doing it any favors, either.


    (via Your Holidays Pictures Francesca Lanaro | Le Journal de la Photographie)

    Big Ships are destroying Venice © Francesca Lanaro

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  15. Steamboat Round the Bend (Fox, 1935) movie poster
    the film was released a few weeks after his death in an airplane crash. +