From the Archives: Wild Animal Actors

The year was 1936: truly the golden age of jungle animals in Hollywood.

Wild! Animal! Actors!
Wild! Animal! Actors!

Actually, we don’t know if that’s even true. But H.M and F.M. Christeson’s Wild Animal Actors lets us believe in a world where life was simpler, young ladies could match stripes and argyle patterns without fear, and the paparazzi followed Jalmers, the South American Puma, as he prowled around town shamelessly crashing fancy luncheons.

Jalmers, the South American Puma

(That girl on the left was so not having this.)

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