“If you are lucky enough to be a success, by all means enjoy the applause and adulation of the public. But never, never believe it.” — Robert Montgomery
Robert Montgomery and Norma Shearer are involved in a slapstick domestic dispute the 1931 precode comedy PRIVATE LIVES.
Montgomery poses with his personalized “Dennyplane” from his friend Reginald Denny. Photo from the Denny Family Archives.
One of the more bizarre images ever to come out of the MGM photo department. Left to right: John Barrymore, Lewis Stone, Jean Hersholt, Wallace Beery, Pete, Robert Montgomery, Lee Tracy and Clark Gable. The bodies, of course, are the Our Gang kids.
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Lady in the Lake (1946). With Audrey Totter.
With his wife Elizabeth Bryan Allen and character actor Roger Pryor attending a clambake at the Cocoanut Grove in the 1940s.
Two other items were noting:
Montgomery and Allen were the parents of Bewitch’s Elizabeth Montgomery.
This candid was believed to have been taken by George Hurrell.