Bette Davis, 1933. "Why am I so good at playing bitches? I think it's because I'm not a bitch. Maybe that's why Miss Crawford always plays ladies." Burn! lol
Bette Davis, 1933. Hottest dress ever!
Bette Davis, 1933 Hollywood glamour
Female style icon. Bette Davis.
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Though hats in mainstream fashion have fallen out of favour since the g-olden days...once a year in Australia glamorous ladies hat-up in honour of Oz's most famous horse race - the Melbourne Cup! Here's 15 classic Hollywood glamour girls wearing fabulous and RIDICULOUS hats, both of which will no doubt be seen around today, though not as prevalent as scrags in one shoe. Happy Melbourne Cup! Audrey Hepburn Ann Miller Joan Crawford Anne Francis Carole Lombard Gene Tierney Marlene Dietrich Greta Garbo Judith Anderson Mary Nolan Ginger Rogers Katharine Hepburn Lucille Ball Ann Sothern 1950s model Anne St Marie
Bette Davis, 1939. I love how her dress and her hair make her look like this could have been in the 70s!
This pic could be 1979 instead of 1939. Bette Davis, 1939 - ''I was a legendary terror,'' she once recalled. ''I was insufferably rude and ill-mannered in the cultivation of my career. I had no time for pleasantries. I said what was on my mind, and it wasn't always printable. I have been uncompromising, peppery, intractable, monomaniacal, tactless, volatile, and ofttimes disagreeable. I suppose I'm larger than life.''
Bette Davis, 1939... How gorgeous (comment courtesy previous pinner....and I agree)
[on working with Bette Davis in Qu'est-il arrivé à Baby Jane? (1962) at Legendary Ladies of the Movies, Town Hall (1973)] It was one of the greatest challenges I ever had. [pauses to allow the laughter from the audience to taper off] I meant that kindly. Bette is of a different temperament than I. Bette had to yell every morning. I just sat and knitted. I knitted a scarf from Hollywood to Malibu. -Joan Crawford bettedavis.net
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Bette Davis ~ Perhaps My Favorite Female Actress <3 BITD
Noé Sendas (born in Brussels, 1972, lives and works in Berlin) began presenting his work in the late nineties. Sendas resorts to different means of expression: video, sculpture, collage, drawing and photography. Explicit and implicit references to artists and literary, cinematic, or musical creations are part of his raw materials. Specific concerns about the reflection and practice of visual arts can also be added to his repertoire.
Bette Davis, 1930s, actress and fashion icon. Just beautiful.
Bette Davis, 1930s,,,a great photo without the glamour
Bette Davis, 1930s Bette Davis eyes
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Nameless by Noé Sendas.
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<0> Bette Davis always a total blast at the beach :D #beach #actress #vintage #Hollywood #Bette_Davis
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"Hollywood always wanted me to be pretty, but I fought for realism." -Betty Davis
How to Wear a One-Piece Swimsuit - The Chicest One Piece Bathing Suit Inspiration
Bathing beauties on their famous figures ~ Betty Davis
Bette Davis prepped to shoot fireworks at the beach!
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The Blizzard of 2013 has left me longing for the sun! Let's following the bouncing beach ball to some bathing beauties who sure know how to have fun in the sun! Evelyn Brent and Louise Brooks hear there are good things on the horizon God, I love plaid Charlie Chaplin hears the call of the sea..... Ann Dvorak appears to be coming out of the pool, yet she is dry and has her shoes on....hmmm.... Susan Hayward makes a stunning bathing beauty Clara Bow is ready for anything - swimsuit - check; surfboard - check; sombrero - check; six-shooter - check Bette Davis is a real bombshell! Elvis rocks his swimsuit Jean Harlow - a breathtaking glam goddess William Holden and Jennifer Jones light up ala Now Voyager Buster Keaton is modest, Marceline Day is adorable Grace Kelly shows she was more than a cool blonde Even Rita's pup is enthralled with her beauty Gene Tierney looking classic and sexy Marilyn always makes it seem like a day at the beach The one and only Liz
"I never go outside unless I look like Joan Crawford the movie star. If you want to see the girl next door, go next door."—Joan Crawford
Bette Davis, 1940s Bette Davis knew how to clash her brights right, topping off her look off with a slick of red lipstick.
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Despite the hardships of WWII, fashion in the 1940s still ruled as women everywhere embraced a more utilitarian (yet chic) look, and Hollywood's Golden Age stars - from Rita Hayworth to Katharine Hepburn - dazzled in gorgeous gowns. We highlight the key looks of the decade in 40 stunning images and list our favourite vintage fashion shops so you can get the style yourself...
Bette Davis, 1940s. 1940s Fashion: The Decade Captured In 40 Incredible Pictures | Marie Claire bettedavis.net
Bette Davis, 1940s Bette Davis knew how to rock clashing brights, topping off her look off with a slick of red lipstick. Bette Davis, 1940s Bette Davis knew how to rock clashing brights, topping off her look off with a slick of red lipstick.
Casual elegance - Bette Davis | 1940s Fashion: The Decade Captured In 40 Incredible Pictures | Marie Claire
Bette Davis... 1940s Fashion: The Decade Captured In 40 Incredible Pictures