In the 1950s, Bob Willoughby was the first outside photographer hired by Hollywood to document the film sets of some of the industry’s biggest movies. His photographs were published in the most important magazines of the day, including Look et Life. Working alongside the studios’ legendary directors and actors, Willoughby’s pictures would become a part of the medium’s history.
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