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Actress Tallulah Bankhead in turkey feather headdress

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‘Flappers’ and ‘Careless People’

From left, Tamara de Lempicka, Nancy Cunard, Josephine Baker, Tallulah Bankhead, Zelda Fitzgerald. Credit Photographs: Hulton Archive/Getty Images; ... Two books examine the lives of outrageous female celebrities of the 1920s.

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Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, c. 1933

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tallulah bankhead - alabama girl

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My Love Of Old Hollywood: Tallulah Bankhead (1902-1968) Actress of silent movies and went to talkies

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"I've had a man and I've had a woman, there's got to be something better" Tallulah Bankhead

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TALLULAH BANKHEAD ~ Born: Jan 31,1902 in Alabama, USA. Died: Dec 12, 1968 (aged 66) from double pneumonia, Influenza & Emphysema. In 1923 she moved to London for the stage & for several years was the most popular actress of the West End. She returned to the US & filmed "Woman's Law" (1927) & "His House in Order" (1928) with Paramount. Filmed "Devil and the Deep" (1932) with Cary Grant. Noted for Hitchcocks "Lifeboat" (1944). Known for her phrase, "Hello, Dahling" & her flamboyant personality

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Wild Fire Tallulah Bankhead 1902-1968

"I'm as pure as the ridden slush" Tallulah Bankhead. She had a husky voice that was so great. Her family was southern father a Senator . She was quite a feminist.

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