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Because of Him - Behind-the-Scenes Stills
Here are a few photos taken behind-the-scenes during production of Universal's Because of Him (1946), starring Deanna Durbin and Charles Laughton.


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Bachelor Mother (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Pay The Fiddler, Man! Department store scion David (David Niven) ambushes employee Polly (Ginger Rogers), just home from a dance contest, whom he wrongly thinks is the mother of a baby left in his custody, causing her to change tactics on the fly, early in RKO's Bachelor Mother, 1939.
Bachelor Mother (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Women And Things Merlin (Charles Coburn), owner of the department store that just dismissed holiday-employee Ginger Rogers, and his heir (David Niven) are introduced, while the head of the foundling home (Ernest Truex), who believes she abandoned her baby, follows, in Bachelor Mother, 1939.
Bachelor Mother (1939) -- (Movie Clip) I Want A New Duck! Department store heir David Merlin (David Niven) is under-cover, attempting to prove to employee Polly (Ginger Rogers) that it’s easy to return a defective product, disaster ensuing, Fred (Frank Albertson) making things worse, Garson Kanin directing, in Bachelor Mother, 1939.
Bundle Of Joy (1956) -- (Movie Clip) All About Love Department store kingpin Merlin (Adolphe Menjou) getting sentimental with his loyal son Dan (Eddie Fisher), who then joins the staff for a tune by Josef Myrow and Mack Gordon, early in Bundle Of Joy, 1956, mostly financed by Fisher and co-starring his wife, Debbie Reynolds.
Back Street (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Cincinnati's First Opening scene introducing heroine Ray (Margaret Sullavan), parading with aspiring auto entrepreneur and not-quite-boyfriend Curt (Richard Carlson), in Universal's 1941 version of Back Street, from the Fannie Hurst novel.
Back Street (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Louisiana Frenchmen Ray (Margaret Sullavan) seeing off salesman and persistent suitor Ed (Frank McHugh) at the Cincinnati train station, meeting suave Walter (Charles Boyer) for the first time, in Universal's Back Street, 1941.