A black and white movie still for Buck and Bubbles Laugh Jubilee. Starting from the left of the photo is a tall man in a top hat with a white shirt, dark jacket, and dark slacks. He is looking at a woman to his left. The woman in the photograph is wearing a light dress and facing the tall man with her mouth open. In between the man and woman is a shorter man also wearing a top hat, bowtie, white shirt, dark jacket, and dark slacks. Below the picture from left to right is text that reads "Toddy Pictures Co. / Presents "Buck and Bubbles Laugh Jubilee" Starring Buck and Bubbles/ In Streamline Version of their Best Riotous Comedy Subjects/ Released Nationally/ Toddy Pictures Co. / Copyright 1946/ Toddy Pictures."
A lobby card for the movie "Gun Moll". The card is comprised of a black-and-white image of four men standing around a desk in an office talking. Three of the men are wearing suits and hats and one man is wearing a tux. The man in the tux has his thumb extended and wide eyes and he is looking at the man opposite him who has his arm extended at his side and his palm facing up. On the desk are telephones, papers and pens. In the background another desk is visible as our curtains and blinds on a window. In the lower proper left corner there is text that reads ["GUN MOLL"/ FORMERLY RELEASED UNDER THE TITLE OF "GANG SMASHERS"/ WITH NINA MAE/ MCKINNEY/ DISTRIBUTED BY TODDY PICTURES].
A lobby card for Bronze Venus depicts Lena Horne in a long pink gown standing surrounded by music notes on the left side of the card. In the middle of the card is an image of Lena Horne in profile looking into the eyes of the man in a dark suit. The lobby card has text along the bottom margin that reads "Toddy Pictures/ Company/Presents Lena Horne in "The Bronze Venus/ (The Duke is Tops)"/ Star sensation of/ "Cabin in the Sky" and "Stormy Weather."