PHOTO: Bodybuilder Gene Jantzen with wife Pat, and 11-month-old son Kent (1947)

On January 1, 2014 by Matthew Chan

Bodybuilder Gene Jantzen with wife Pat, and eleven-month-old son Kent. Stanley Kubrick, photographer; 1947.

Bodybuilder Gene Jantzen with wife Pat, and eleven-month-old son Kent. Stanley Kubrick, photographer; 1947

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