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  • olga serov

    https://flic.kr/p/o7gRUr | Madeleine Carroll wearing Lilly Daché

  • clive roberts

    Madeleine Carroll co-starred with Bob Hope in "MY FAVORITE BLONDE" (1942).

  • Michelle Conklin

    Madeleine Carroll as 'Elsa Carrington' - 1936 - Hat by Lilly Daché - Secret Agent - Director: Alfred Hitchcock -l

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