1920, Silent Film, Vintage Photos, Movie Stars, Myrna Loy, Golden Age
Myrna Loy, silent film star. Then came the talkies, and she showed us she was more than just a pretty face.
Myrna Loy was an American film, television and stage actress. Trained as a dancer, Loy devoted herself fully to an acting career following a few minor roles in silent films. Born: August 2, 1905, Helena, MT Died: December 14, 1993, New York City, NY
Myrna Loy - Late 1920's Publicity Photo I was once told as a teenager that I resembled Myrna.....Hmmm??
Myrna Loy (August 2, 1905 – December 14, 1993) was an American film, television and stage actress. Trained as a dancer, Loy devoted herself fully to an acting career following a few minor roles in silent films. She was originally typecast in exotic roles, often as a vamp or a woman of Asian descent, but her career prospects improved greatly following her portrayal of Nora Charles in The Thin Man (1934).
Myrna Loy - Late 1920's One of the most beautiful women during that time.
Myrna Loy - Late 1920's Publicity Photo - her eyes are so intense!
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Hollywood Glamour, Movie Stars, Jane Russell, Classic Hollywood
Jane Russell, Mean Moody & Magnificent in The Outlaw, 1943. Reputedly the start of the bra, this shot became the obsession of Howard Hughes. In 1947 he flew Gina Lollobrigida to Hollywood and tried the same stunt, but to no avail.
Jane Russell in her most iconic photograph for "The Outlaw"(1943). It is also quite obvious here that she has used lipstick and a eye brow pencil for makeup.
Jane Russell posing for photo shoot., Howard Hughes wanted her for this picture "The Outlaw" and he had her Bra made out of Metal so it would make her Look natural and some of her brest would show...At that time, they couldn't show very much...
Jane Russell--"Yes, Howard Hughes invented a bra for me. Or, he tried to. And one of the seamless ones like they have now. He was way ahead of his time. But I never wore it in "The Outlaw". And he never knew. He wasn't going to take my clothes off to check if I had it on. I just told him I did". - Jane Russell by Hurrell
In 1943 Howard Hughes directed and released a highly controversial movie name "The Outlaw" staring the stunningly beautiful bombshell, Jane Russell. Description from neverpleadguilty.blogspot.ca. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Jane Russell in her most iconic photograph. "The Outlaw" (1943). This was her film debut.
Jane Russell in her first film, The Outlaw, 1943. Silver Screen Modiste.
Jane Russell wasn’t just sexy. She was sex. She was the proverbial roll in the hay. She was grown-up desire wrapped up in monumental curves and raven hair. She was what sin dreamed about when it was having a particularly good night. She didn’t appear on screen as much smolder a hole right through the center of it. Her story is the stuff Hollywood legend. Billionaire eccentric Howard Hughes discovered her and put her (and her ample assets) on full display in “The Outlaw” much to the censors dismay. (The release of the film was delayed for years as a result.) She became an overnight sensation and a sex symbol for the ages. But there was more to her than her most obvious attributes, and more than their complimenting accessories: the perpetually cocked eyebrow and almost cruel snarl of her lips. Of course she was more than beautiful, more than sexy. She could sing and dance and crack wise with the best of them. Like her contemporary and “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” costar Marilyn Monroe, she was much more than the sum of her parts. Her passing Monday leaves us with one less touchstone to a different era in Hollywood. To a time before Twitter and TMZ, when stars were far away things to wish upon in the night sky. Of course, in her later years she took a hard Christian right turn from her sultry siren start. She was a conservative activist and strongly pro-life (she had a botched back-alley abortion in high school that prevented her from having children). But, well, everyone is entitled an opinion. So perhaps all the better that she came up in an era before we knew everything down to what a celebrity is having for breakfast. I prefer then to just remember her hair all tousled, clothes all askew with a steady, unabashed stare that said, “Who needs a bedroom?” Happy weekend, all.
878. Apparently, when I was seven I saw one of her films by accident . Perhaps it was showing along with one of the westerns I would go to see back then. I can remember that there were two feature films showing together, and because of the Jane Russell film I sat through both movies twice. 879. I soon forgot all about those movies, but several weeks later I had a vivid dream about Ms. Russell. I can’t remember any details of that dream except that we were in love and then she rejected me for someone else. 880. For many days, even weeks after that dream I was terribly depressed. It was exactly as if it had actually happened, as if it was my own real life experience. This so upset me that I actually began to argue with, and ridicule myself. “Albert,” I would say, in a tone of indignant reproach, “You’re only seven years old and she has got to be at least twenty. Besides you’ve never even met her, never ever really seen her. 881. I mean you’ve seen her image but that’s just some dots of ink on some paper in a magazine. It would be one thing to fall in love with a movie star, very understandable to suffer the pangs of unrequited love in that situation. But to suffer from rejection? Well, this is just idiotic!” But I discovered at an early age that no amount of verbal logic or reasoning has any power over one’s emotional life. It just roars along under its own steam, and you just wait until it is over.
Hollywood Classic, Classic Beauty, Movie Stars, Actors Actresses, Classic Hollywood, Bergman Hollywood, Ingrid Bergman, Actresses Movies
Ingrid Bergman ~ Her official website calls Ilsa her "most famous and enduring role". The Swedish actress's Hollywood debut in Intermezzo had been well received, but her subsequent films were not major successes until Casablanca. Film critic Roger Ebert called her "luminous", and commented on the chemistry between her and Bogart: "she paints his face with her eyes".
Ingrid Bergman - she was extraordinary beautiful and gave great performances in Intermezzo: A Love Story, Casablanca, Notorious, Goodbye Again and Murder on the Orient Express.
Ingrid Bergman - she was extraordinary beautiful and gave great performances in Intermezzo: A Love Story, Casablanca, Notorious, Goodbye Again and Murder on the Orient Express. Can add - "Gaslight", "Spellbound", "Notorious"; which are some of my favorites...She is also saucy in "Saratoga Trunk" as a dark haired Creole lady! She was good in all of her roles; Natural and lovely!
Ingrid Bergman - (1915-1982) Swedish actress who stared in many European and American films. Acted on stage and some TV dramas. Winner of 3 Oscars, 2 Emmy's, 4 Golden Globes and a Tony.
Ingrid Bergman - she was extraordinary beautiful and gave great performances in Intermezzo: A Love Story, Casablanca, Notorious, Goodbye Again and Murder on the Orient Express. ONE OF MY ALL TIME FAVOURITES. SUCH A CLASSY ACTRESS.
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Hollywood Classic, Elizabeth Taylor, Hollywood Glamour, Beautiful Women, Dame Elizabeth, Classic Hollywood
Actress Elizabeth Taylor poses In an old film still. Taylor appeared in films like Whos Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? and "Cat On A Hot Tin Roof". 1958
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Elizabeth Taylor. In my opinion, the most beautiful woman ever.
The Women's Image Network (WIN) bestowed the Living Legend Honoree award to Dame Elizabeth Taylor earlier this week. Her long career includes two Oscar wins in 1960 for Butterfield 8 and again in 1966 with Who's Afraid Of Virginia Wolf ? Elizabeth has appeared in 55 films, including her sultry p...
Audrey Hepburn Hair, Beautiful Audrey, Beautiful Women, Audreyhepburn, Beautiful People, Roman Holiday, Things Audrey
Audrey Hepburn ~ Her angelic face, poise and elegance defined her trademark beauty. Most known for: Holly Golightly, "Roman Holiday," the little black dress, UNICEF ambassador. Husbands: Mel Ferrer, Andrea Dotti
Audrey Hepburn (born Audrey Kathleen Ruston; 4 May 1929 – 20 January 1993) was a British actress and humanitarian. Although modest about her acting ability, Hepburn remains one of the world's most famous actresses of all time, remembered as a film and fashion icon of the twentieth century. Redefining glamour with "elfin" features and a gamine waif-like figure that inspired designs by Hubert de Givenchy, she was inducted in the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame, and ranked, by th...
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I swear, she was the most beautiful woman that ever lived on this earth.
Miss the days when beautiful people had class...
"For beautiful eyes, look for the good in others; for beautiful lips, speak only words of kindness; and for poise, walk with the knowledge that you are never alone."- Audrey Hepburn Audrey Hepburn is a fashion and beauty icon, She's a huge inspiration to me and I think everything about her is absolutely lovely. Her style was classic, feminine, elegant, smart and minimal. She is an iconic example of a gamine. As for Audrey's hair, I believe what Marylin Monroe was for blondes, Audrey is for brunettes. And no one rocks bangs and an up do quite like her. Iconic Holly Golightly Up do Audrey Hepburn's Signature Pony Tail and Fringe Bang Adorable Photos from the Book Charmed by Audrey. These Photos were taken of Audrey during the filming of Sabrina by photographer Mark Shaw
Audrey Kathleen Ruston, a.k.a. Audrey Hepburn, will be forever noted as a fashion icon. She signifies beauty, brains, class, sophistication, style, and poise. I can't even put into words my admiration for her and her style, she represents how you can be sexy and classy all at once. I also Love her quotes, they put in words her intellect and humbleness. Audrey was voted the Most Beautiful Woman of the 20th century (according to http://www.realbollywood.com/news/2010/07/audrey-hepburn-voted-most-beautiful-woman-20th-century.html) Her style is indeed the meaning of CLASSIC..black, gowns, gloves, pearls or diamonds, big hats; & lets not forget the famous long black Givenchy dress (from Breakfast at Tiffany's) "For beautiful eyes, look for the good in others For beautiful lips, speak only words of kindness and for poise, walk with the knowledge you are never alone" I never thought I'd land in pictures, with a face like mine..."
Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe, Grace Kelly – 三個在電影世界令人永遠難忘的女星，華麗背後，都有著截然不同的故事。美麗、著名、受世人愛慕並不代表她們有著美滿的人生。 Audrey Hepburn永遠都是優雅的代表，那與生俱來的高貴氣質難有後人可以相比，但她的成長環境卻和Roman Holiday中的公主有很大距離。Audrey 童年在荷蘭長大，小時候因外遇關係很早便離開她們一家。那年代正值第二次世界大戰，在1940年德軍入侵荷蘭，Audrey的生活也變得更加困難。因為營養不良，她曾患上急性貧血、呼吸系統問題和水腫。現在回想，她還記得第一次有機會吃較好的一頓時，她一次過加了一整罐甜牛奶到麥皮裏，結果腸胃不適。也許她瘦削的身形便是以前的營養不良所致? 她的美麗、演技在1953年的Roman Holiday 的試鏡中令她脫穎而出 (本來主角打算找Elizabeth Taylor)，這套電影也成為日後在她電影生涯中的代表作。 Roman Holiday (1953) Audrey and her Givenchy dress Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) 在銀幕前的她是多麼光茫四射，愛情路上卻一點也不平坦。 Audrey in later life 第一次和James Hanson的訂婚在最後一刻因二人的事業告吹。 第一段和Mel Ferrer 的婚姻，她經歷了兩次流產。雖然最後能生下一兒子，但最後14年的婚姻也因先生的過度控制而失敗收場。 第二段和心理學家Andrea Dotti的婚姻中，生下兩名子女，但因先生先後和其他女子的曖昧關係，最後還是離婚了。 在人生最後的十三年裏，她和荷蘭演員Merle Oberon渡過，也形容這段日子是她生命裏最快樂的日子。 在1993年1月20日，Audrey Hepburn因癌症在瑞士去世，終年63歲。在她一生中，隨了電影事業外，她在UNICEF 的工作也為世界上有需要的人做了不少貢獻。無論在事業還是慈善工作，她都是那樣努力，絕不是一個只有外表的女星。 Also find me on: http://smallgirlbigtown.blogspot.com Sources of photos: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-SNyBt2iquHs/TZEd-Vdv9BI/AAAAAAAAAD4/NoC-ngByCPs/s1600/Audrey+Hepburn.jpeg http://www.tiaratown.com/audrey.jpg http://polorio.org.br/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/Audrey_Hepburn_01.jpg http://www.celebs101.com/gallery/Audrey_Hepburn/13580/audrey_hepburn_photo_41.jpg http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-1IuhN2fJL0A/Tk6f_E5wMDI/AAAAAAAAFCM/tsWAV4RUheg/s1600/6a00d83451f25369e20133eca494f0970b-800wi.jpg
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Audrey Hepburn. Classic movie star. One of the most beautiful women ever, imo.
A tribute to the old Hollywood stars list~Audrey Hepburn
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