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(Pinning this again, because it's flippin' awesome.) Vincent Price reads to Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff, and Basil Rathbone.

Claudette Colbert (Photo By: Irving Lippman, 1933)

Promotional photograph of Judy Holliday. Judy Holiday (June 21, 1921 – June 7, 1965) was an American actress. Holliday began her career as part of a nightclub act before working in Broadway plays and musicals. Her success in the 1946 stage production of Born Yesterday as "Billie Dawn" led to her being cast in the 1950 film version for which she won an Academy Award for Best Actress and a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Motion Picture Musical or Comedy

1939 : Vivien Leigh’s Costume Test for “Gone with the Wind.” This is fabulous.

Barbara Bates Barbara Bates was an American actress, known for her role as Phoebe in the 1950 drama film All About Eve

Tallulah Brockman Bankhead was an American actress of the stage and screen, talk-show host, and bonne vivante.

The dog in The Wizard of Oz was originally supposed to be played by a Dachshund named Otto, however, the studio thought there was still too much post war tenson and replaced Otto with a Norwich terrier. This is one of the original still shots from the movie.

Tallulah Bankhead, "“Say anything about me, darling, as long as it isn’t boring.”

Rita Hayworth celebrates Valentine’s Day, C.1930’s

Mary William Ethelbert Appleton "Billie" Burke (1884-1970) was an American actress. She is primarily known to modern audiences as Glinda the Good Witch of the North in the musical film The Wizard of Oz. She was nominated for an Academy Award for her performance as Emily Kilbourne in Merrily We Live. Burke was also the wife of Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr., of Ziegfeld Follies fame, from 1914 until his death.

Errol Flynn featured in Movie Stars Parade magazine, 1943.

Betty Grable dancing with male chorus in Tin Pan Alley (1940). Photo by Peter Stackpole

Jimmy Stewart and Jane Wyman - promo for “Magic Town” (1947)