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  • Elise

    The Women 1939 Norma Shearer as Mary Haines, Joan Crawford as Crystal Allen, and Rosalind Russell as Sylvia Fowler; Turner Classic Movies)

  • Angela N.

    The Women (Original release one sheet Poster featuring Norma Shearer as Mary Haines, Joan Crawford as Crystal Allen, and Rosalind Russell as Sylvia Fowler; Turner Classic Movies)...One of my favorite movies!

  • Tina Guerin

    Vintage 1930s Movie Poster - The Women. With Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford and Rosalind Russell. Movie was FABULOUS

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Yes, I know it's the movie poster, and the movie is great, but you know what this book is? A better guide for women than Twilight or 50 Shades of Grey. Seriously, ladies, you have control of your own lives, get married for love, stay home if it's your safe place, go adventure if your soul moves you, and don't settle for anything less than what you want. Boom!