35. Taking care of the family.
Many stars in the golden age of cinema had very humble beginnings. For instance, Debbie Reynolds’s family was not wealthy at all; her father was a carpenter, and her mother would do people’s laundry for a bit of cash. So there’s no wonder that when Debbie made it big, she made sure to take care of her parents. This picture shows her father, Ray Reynolds, and Grandmother O. Harman at a banquet in 1955. She was always thankful that no matter how poor they were, food was always on the table for her and her brother. Keep reading for more rare images from the Golden Age of Hollywood.