Lost Weekend, The (page 3 of 7)

The movie "The Lost Weekend", directed by Billy Wilder, based on the novel by Charles R. Jackson. Seen here from left, Ray Milland as Don Birnam and Howard Da Silva as Nat. Initial theatrical release November 16, 1945. Screen capture. © 1945 Paramount Pictures. Credit: © 1945 Paramount Pictures / Courtesy Pyxurz. 


The movie "The Lost Weekend", directed by Billy Wilder, based on the novel by Charles R. Jackson. Seen here, Jane Wyman as Helen St. James. Initial theatrical release November 16, 1945. Screen capture. © 1945 Paramount Pictures. Credit: © 1945 Paramount Pictures / Courtesy Pyxurz. 


The movie "The Lost Weekend", directed by Billy Wilder, based on the novel by Charles R. Jackson. Seen here from left, Ray Milland as Don Birnam and Jane Wyman as Helen St. James. Initial theatrical release November 16, 1945. Screen capture. © 1945 Paramount Pictures. Credit: © 1945 Paramount Pictures / Courtesy Pyxurz.


The movie "The Lost Weekend", directed by Billy Wilder, based on the novel by Charles R. Jackson. Seen here from left, Theodora Lynch and John Garris as Opera singers in the Metropolitan Opera's performance of Verdi's La traviata, and its 'Libiamo ne' lieti calici' (Drinking Song). Initial theatrical release November 16, 1945. Screen capture. © 1945 Paramount Pictures. Credit: © 1945 Paramount Pictures / Courtesy Pyxurz. 


The movie "The Lost Weekend", directed by Billy Wilder, based on the novel by Charles R. Jackson. Seen here from left, Theodora Lynch and John Garris as Opera singers in the Metropolitan Opera's performance of Verdi's La traviata, and its 'Libiamo ne' lieti calici' (Drinking Song). Initial theatrical release November 16, 1945. Screen capture. © 1945 Paramount Pictures. Credit: © 1945 Paramount Pictures / Courtesy Pyxurz. 


The movie "The Lost Weekend", directed by Billy Wilder, based on the novel by Charles R. Jackson. Seen here, Don Birnam takes in the Metropolitan Opera's performance of Verdi's La traviata, with its 'Libiamo ne' lieti calici' (Drinking Song). Initial theatrical release November 16, 1945. Screen capture. © 1945 Paramount Pictures. Credit: © 1945 Paramount Pictures / Courtesy Pyxurz. 


The movie "The Lost Weekend", directed by Billy Wilder, based on the novel by Charles R. Jackson. Seen here, Ray Milland as Don Birnam. Initial theatrical release November 16, 1945. Screen capture. © 1945 Paramount Pictures. Credit: © 1945 Paramount Pictures / Courtesy Pyxurz. 


The movie "The Lost Weekend", directed by Billy Wilder, based on the novel by Charles R. Jackson. Seen here from left, Ray Milland as Don Birnam, Doris Dowling as Gloria and Howard Da Silva as Nat. Initial theatrical release November 16, 1945. Screen capture. © 1945 Paramount Pictures. Credit: © 1945 Paramount Pictures / Courtesy Pyxurz. 


The movie "The Lost Weekend", directed by Billy Wilder, based on the novel by Charles R. Jackson. Seen here, Ray Milland as Don Birnam. Initial theatrical release November 16, 1945. Screen capture. © 1945 Paramount Pictures. Credit: © 1945 Paramount Pictures / Courtesy Pyxurz. 


The movie "The Lost Weekend", directed by Billy Wilder, based on the novel by Charles R. Jackson. Seen here from left, Ray Milland as Don Birnam and Howard Da Silva as Nat in Nat's Bar, on Third Avenue, New York City. Initial theatrical release November 16, 1945. Screen capture. © 1945 Paramount Pictures. Credit: © 1945 Paramount Pictures / Courtesy Pyxurz.