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Hollywood Legends

"When people say, 'She's got everything', I've got one answer- I haven't had tomorrow." - Elizabeth Taylor

Hollywood Legends

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Screen Goddess

Screen Goddess - Audrey Hepburn & Julie Andrews 1965

In 1958 a list of the 12 most powerful actors in Hollywood. Marlon Brando,Gary cooper,Tony Curtis,Kirk Douglas,Clark Gable,Cary Grant,William Holden,Burt Lancaster,Gregory Peck,Frank Sinatra,James Stewart,John Wayne.

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Danny Kaye and Vera Ellen-- White Christmas

Sir Lawrence Olivier

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James Stewart, 1930s

We Had Faces Then — James Stewart, 1930s

Sean Connery, 1960s

Sala66 — Sean Connery, 1960s

James Stewart and Doris Day on the set of The Man Who Knew Too Much

We Had Faces Then

Cary Grant in "Arsenic and Old Lace"

Humphrey Bogart = Classic

James Stewart & Katharine Hepburn in 'The Philadelphia Story' (1940)

Ingrid Bergman (1915-1982) was 'Sweden's illustrious gift to Hollywood'.

Clark Gable and Myrna Loy.

Katherine Hepburn by George Hurrell

Hurrell Estate Collection | Hurrell Editions Gallery

Loretta Young, 1934, in a publicity shot for The House of Rothschild, one of the first film’s shot in Technicolor and the biggest hit of the year for Twentieth Century Pictures

John Wayne married his wife, Josephine, on June 23, 1933 (78 years ago today!) at the home of Loretta Young (standing behind the bride)

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Bonjour Tristesse, David Niven + Jean Seberg

David Niven | "Keep the circus going inside you, keep it going, don't take anything too seriously, it'll all work out in the end."

Clark Gable - 1931 - What a hamdsome man!

Clark Gable on the set of Gone with the Wind (1939) They just aren't made like this anymore: a cad yet honorable.

"I never laugh until I've had my coffee." Clark Gable

Old Glory (From "Star Spangled Rhythm")

Old Glory (From "Star Spangled Rhythm")

Marilyn Monroe with Amy Greene, wife of Marilyn's personal photographer

Carole Lombard, To be or Not to be, 1942, Robert Stack

To Be or Not to Be (1942)

Natalie Wood as Gypsy Rose Lee with the real Gypsy Rose Lee

Old Hollywood Stars Reading

Marilyn Monroe

The Grind Haus, "I’ll never forget the day Marilyn and I were...