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  • Anne

    Dennis Stock Photography. USA. New York City. 1955. James DEAN haunted Times Square. For a novice actor in the fifties this was the place to go. The Actors Studio, directed by Lee STRASBERG, was in its heyday and just a block away. #photo #photography #celebrites #JamesDean #NYC #TimesSquare #DennisStock

  • Ronnie Caplan

    ICONIC PHOTO! USA. New York City. 1955. James Dean haunted Times Square. For a novice actor in the fifties this was the place to go. The Actors Studio, directed by Lee Strasberg, was in its heyday and just a block away. by Dennis Stock

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