Actors & Actresses
Visiting the ship USS Benham 1951 photo by john florea
Miss Hattie McDaniels Here she is receiving her academy award for supporting actress in "Gone With The Wind"
Pictures & Photos of Hattie McDaniel
Corinne Mae Griffith (November 21, 1894 – July 13, 1979) was an American actress. Dubbed "The Orchid Lady of the Screen", she was one of the most popular film actresses of the 1920s and widely considered the most beautiful actress of the silent screen. Shortly after the advent of sound film, Griffith retired from acting and became a successful author.
Corinne Griffith, 1920s.
Julia Roberts. A scene from pretty woman.
Mourners James Stewart and Spencer Tracy at Clark Gable's funeral, November 1960 (Allan Grant for Life Magazine). www.legacy.com/...
: Teach me how to Dougie? James Brown shows Johnny Carson how to get down!
The brilliant, peerless, hilarious Richard Pryor (1940-2005) was born 73 years ago today in Peoria, IL. In this photo, he and Phylicia Rashad are paying a visit to Ms. Rashad’s sister Debbie Allen in her dressing room on April 27, 1986. Ms. Allen had just opened in the return of Sweet Charity on Broadway. Photo by Ezio. Vintage Black Glamour (The Coffee Table Book!) is coming in 2014! Register your interest here http://vintageblackglamourbook.com/ And thank you!
Richard Pryor and Phylicia Rashad pay a visit to Debbie Allen in her dressing room on Broadway on April 27, 1986, after Debbie opened in the return of Sweet Charity. Photo by Ezio.
"I'm not that tough; I'm not that smart. I need life telling me who I am, showing me my mind constantly. I wouldn't see it in a cave."—Richard Gere
Alla Nazimova - "Camille" 1921 costumes & set deco By : Natascha Rambova
Jane Greer wearing Catalina Swimwear 1948