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Wonderful-Marilyn-MONROE

Marilyn Monroe -May 19 1962- "Happy birthday Mr President" - The arrival of Marilyn alongside Pat Newcomb and Isadore Miller. Marilyn did not know that taking this commitment it gave to the Fox an argument to dismiss the filming of "Something's Got to Give." It was the last known occasion when Marilyn met John Fitzgerald Kennedy. She whispered "Happy Birthday" in front of 17,000 Democrats and many stars at Madison Square Garden

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Ann Margret was still beautiful and fabulous in Grumpy Old Men movies. Can watch them over and over!

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from nytimes.com

Maureen O’Hara, Irish-Born Star Who Played Strong-Willed Beauties, Dies at 95

Maureen O'Hara, born August 17 1920, died October 24 2015. ALSO: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries/11953657/Maureen-OHara-actress-obituary.html

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Marlene Dietrich was one of the most glamorous leading ladies of the 1930's and 1940's. She was most famous for her role of Lola in the movie, "The Blue Angel".

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from WWD

FIT Museum to Honor Lauren Bacall

The Museum at FIT will devote its galleries to her esteemed style with "Lauren Bacall The Look." [Photo by Scotty Welbourne/John Kobal Foundation/Getty Images]

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from Ranker

The 26 Hottest Natalie Wood Photos

Natalie Wood in Low Neckline Dress

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Barbra Streisand in 'Funny Girl', 1968 - She won a Best Actress Academy Award as well as winning a Golden Globe Best Actress award for her role of legendary comedienne, Fanny Brice.

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Brooklynite Rita Hayworth was born 10/17/1918 in Brooklyn NY with the name Margarita Carmen Cansino. The dancer & film actress achieved fame during the 1940's as one of the era's top stars. She appeared in a total of 61 films in over 37 years. She is listed by the American Film Institute as one of the 100 Greatest Stars of All Time.

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