Pictures are definitely precious, especially those old ones. You’ll never imagine what has been discovered within an old vinyl record. Even those famous stars are just ordinary people, and they also got the same life cycle as us. When what has been hidden has been revealed, we can have no reactions but amazement. This is really a star trek surprise. And BTW, it’s for the memorial of DeForest Kelley.
My brother collects old vinyl records and loves going through the stacks of records at thrift stores. He found a copy of Nat King Cole’s “Wild is Love” album. This time he discovered something amazing hidden inside the album.
Hidden in the album were several newspaper clippings and photographs. This is a production still from 1947’s “Fear in the Night” featuring a very young DeForest Kelley in his feature film debut.
This is another production still from 1947’s “Fear in the Night” featuring DeForest Kelley and his co-star, Ann Doran.
A magazine article from 1947 detailing DeForest Kelley’s military career and transition into feature film.
DeForest Kelley and Gail Russell modeling “Catalina sweaters in a gay print” in a magazine from 1947. (This was an oversized magazine spread. I couldn’t scan the whole page so this is the right left of the page.)
DeForest Kelley modeling Jantzen sweaters with Diana Lynn & Gail Russell in a magazine from 1947. (This was an oversized magazine spread. I couldn’t scan the whole page so this is the right half of the page.)
A newspaper article from June 4, 1967 about DeForest Kelley as Dr. McCoy on Star Trek.
Another newspaper article about how DeForest Kelley’s new haircut changed his life — seriously! A haircut got him the role as Dr. McCoy!
An autographed photo by DeForest Kelley!!! To Clorine You’re a sweet heart! Your Cousin DeForest
A second autographed photo of DeForest Kelley and the coolest find in the album! For Clorine “My cute kissing cousin” With love and a kiss DeForest I’ve been waiting to post these scans because today is DeForest Kelley’s birthday (January 20, 1920). HAPPY BIRTHDAY, BONES!