[©1971 Langdon Clay] Bolivar Peninsula, Texas — on a trip across the country Lang and I made in 1971. Click on the image to enlarge.
In the 1970s, when New York and I were young. Click on the image to enlarge.
© Langdon Clay Click on the image to enlarge.
Whole broiled pompano as served at Lusco’s in Greenwood, Mississippi. A photograph by Lang Clay for Susan Puckett’s Eat Drink Delta: A Hungry Traveler’s Journey Through the Soul of the South (The University of Georgia Press). [Image © 2013 Langdon … Continue reading
A frame from Metropolis above (click on the image to enlarge), and Spione below. William Ahearn offers a useful, comprehensive film by film survey of Lang’s German work here — Meditations On Fritz Lang.
[Photo © Langdon Clay]I've got your Christmas for you right here . . .
Christmas, members only . . .
[Image © Langdon Clay]The New York night . . .
This is Eli Johnson, as she then was, whose latest birthday I wrote about here, on Halloween some years ago, when she was just 17 (and you know what I mean), photographed by Lang Clay.The portrait is like a John … Continue reading
[Image © Langdon Clay] There's always a creepy grin waiting for you at a Hampton Inn!
As I've observed before, vaudeville was the premier form of American entertainment for almost sixty years — longer than the era of studio-dominated filmmaking, the so-called Golden Age of Hollywood. In those years vaudeville contributed a number of expressions to … Continue reading
Dramatic geniuses can get a bit eccentric towards the end of their careers. In his late romances, Shakespeare pretty much abandoned plausibility and consistency of tone — he just threw together incidents and scenes and characters and language that interested … Continue reading
. . . pretending to threaten my friend Hugh, who worked for Al on Screw magazine in the 70s. Click on the image to enlarge. [Photograph © 1973 by Langdon Clay]