I uploaded better images of Babik with the Tarzan magazine and Django holding his cup at the café in the first post.
Django in similar clothing. I need more info on these photos.
Three years after his Charlie Chaplin impression, Django and the new quintet took two photos at Studio Harcourt with Josette Daydé. One of them was supposedly never issued. But it was. Josette looks kinda funny, so i'm not surprised it's not seen more often.
Here's the more common one:
And the rarer one:
Note: It's Django in a Tintin magazine!
Here's Django with the beautiful smiling Josette and Daidy Davis-Boyer, The Hot Club and Charles Delaunay's secretary. She's around age 90, probably still alive. Someone should milk her of information before she passes on. Roger, are you up to the task? Django's smile and pose is silly and he looks real proud of himself. The humour that man had.
Mike Horowitz over at Djangobooks got this sweet photo for the cover of his book. I've never seen this one before. is it 1949? Nice closeup of Django's Stimer.
Same date and place as this one?:
Django Reinhardt with Franco Cerri, Milan, 1949. Franco is playing Django's guitar and vice versa. The bassist is Ubaldo Beduschi.
Another very nice closeup of the Stimer in Le Bœuf sur le toit in 1947.