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November 6, 2022

Glamorous Photos of American Actress June Lang Taken by Gene Korman in the 1930s

Born 1897 in San Francisco, California, American photographer Eugene Kornman is also known as Gene Korman. His work ranged from movie stills (Scarface, Doctor Bull, Yellow Sky) to glamour shots of Hollywood stars such as Shirley Temple, Don Ameche, and Cesar Romaro. Korman’s daughters (Mary and Mildred) were child actors in the famous Our Gang and Little Rascals silent films.


Kornman is most well-known for one of his 1953 stills for the movie Niagara. This still featured a young Marilyn Monroe and was used as the basis for Andy Warhol’s series of “Marilyn’s” that began in 1962 following her suicide.

Kornman died in 1978 at the age of 80. These glamorous photos are part of his work that Gene Korman took beautiful portraits of American actress June Lang in the 1930s.
























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