Jean Harlow - 1930's - @~ Mlle
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Jean Harlow - 1930's She used to get in trouble on the set because those long, satin gowns were very clingy and she refused to wear underware, so oftentimes, her public hair would show. It caused quite a fuss several times. @burnandp #1930s #fashion
Corsets became less prevalent because movie stars in Hollywood started showing off their curves more. It was no longer crucial for women to have tiny waists because they wanted to appear voluminous and womanly.
Jean Harlow - @~ Mlle, 30s white gown silk chiffon. Even though the US was going through monetary hell at this time, I will always say that the 30's had the most immaculate fashion.
Jean Harlow - 1930's She used to get in trouble on the set because those long, satin gowns were very clingy and she refused to wear underwear
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Jean Harlow - 1930's A true Hollywood beauty, just breathtaking
Jean Harlow - @~ Mlle, 30s white gown silk chiffon
Jean Harlow - 1930's. Beautiful gown <3
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Jean Harlow, 1930s.
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Eye For Design: Decorating With Vanity Tables Jean Harlow at her all white vanity. Love how the glass top sets up on legs.
Jean Harlow, born Harlean Harlow Carpenter; (1911-1937) American film actress & sex symbol of the 1930. Here she is sitting at her 1930s fringed Art Deco dressing table
Jean Harlow, 1930s. This will be me the morning of the wedding, naturally. HA! Orrrrr not - I wish!! lol
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Jean Harlow getting ready at her stunning 1930s fringed Art Deco dressing table. How glamorous..
Comfy, plush dressing-rooms. and matching outfits. Jean Harlow, 1930s.
Not sure what's cooler,Jean Harlow or her Vanity table.
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Jean Harlow and amazing 1930’s decor!
Jean Harlow by George Hurrell
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Jean harlow 1940s 1950s Actress wearing a floor length satin gown showing off her tiny waist. Vintage Fashion & Style Hollywood's Golden Age Photos Hollywood
Jean Harlow This woman was the first blonde bomb shell no matter how many so called Silver Screen Babes come and go she will in the pinnacle of dreams..
One of the original blonde bombshells: Jean Harlow. Photograph by George Hurrell. http://www.squidoo.com/georgehurrell
Jean Harlow. The original Platinum Blonde Bombshell and one of the biggest stars of the 1930's. Her career kept getting bigger and bigger until she fell ill in 1937, and died of kidney failure at the young age of 26. There was no cure for her disease at that time. Her acting had improved a lot and with her perfect look, she would have continued to become a bigger star. Her loss was sad and tragic.
Jean Harlow publicity shot for "Dinner at Eight" design by Adrian photo by George Hurrell.
One of the original blonde bombshells: Jean Harlow. http://www.squidoo.com/georgehurrell
One of the original blonde bombshells: Jean Harlow. Photograph by George Hurrell.
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sublimely gorgeous image of Rita Hayworth in daring see-through laced dress (1918 Oct17 - 1987 May14, d. @68 from Alzheimer's) Am. dancer / film actress in 61 films over 37 years, in American Film Institute's 100 Greatest Movie Stars of All Time • catholic parents, dad from Spain, mom Irish-Brit
This type of dress was worn by few women back in the 1940's. But Rita Hayworth wears it beautifully.
Rita Hayworth She was such a gorgeous movie star. The more important thing is that her children loved her. One daughter lived with and cared for her till her death after she got Alzheimer's.
1940's hollywood star Rita Hayworth, I like the dress she is wearing and the makeup.
Rita Hayworth promo for "You Were Never Lovelier" (1942)...Classic Hollywood <3
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Rita Hayworth, Timeless beauty. #Vintage #Hollywood
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Jean Harlow colorized!
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Timeless beauty. Jean Harlow, C.1930’s. #Vintage #Pinup #FASHION
Jean Harlow, C.1930’s I love the white frilly feel to this set.
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Jean Harlow, C.1930’s...an iconic blonde bombshell
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Jean Harlow, C.1930’s I totally dig her.
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Dorothy Dandridge (1922–1965) was the first African American to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress, becoming only the third African American to receive a nomination in any Academy Award category (after Hattie McDaniel and Ethel Waters) at the time.
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What a beauty! Dorothy Dandridge (1922–1965) was the first African American to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress, becoming only the third African American to receive a nomination in any Academy Award category (after Hattie McDaniel and Ethel Waters) at the time.
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And of course the beautiful Ms. Dorothy Dandridge and a few others will be my inspiration for style, and hairstyles. #classic #wedding # vintage #black #Hollywood #glamour
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Beautiful Dorothy Dandridge, a Cleveland, Ohio native, was the first African-American woman to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress for her leading role in Carmen Jones. Sadly, Dandridge met an untimely demise after years of mistreatment and abuse by those she naively trusted. Hollywood did not deserve a queen like you.
Dorothy Dandridge | Black Hollywood Series by Black History Album, via Flickr Perhaps one of the most beautiful Afro-American ever.
#DorothyDandridge was an #AfricanAmerican #film and theatre #actress, #singer and #dancer. She is perhaps best known for being the first black actress to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress. During her early career, she performed as a part of The #WonderChildren, later #TheDandridgeSisters and appeared in a succession of films. She is the subject of the 1999 HBO biographical film, Introducing Dorothy Dandridge. She has been recognized with a star on the #Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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Dorothy Dandridge (1922–1965) was the first African American to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress, becoming only the third African American to receive a nomination in any Academy Award category (after Hattie McDaniel and Ethel Waters) at the time. Vintage African American photography courtesy of Black History Album, The Way We Were. Follow Us On Twitter @blackhistoryalb
Bette Davis - 1930's Publicity Photo THIS IS LITERALLY PERFECT! THE POSE, THE CLOTHES, HAIR, MAKE-UP, ETC..... PURE PERFECTION!
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Bette Davis in Fashions of 1934, gowns by Orry-Kelly. Women's vintage fashion photography photo image
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Bette Davis, 1930s. Vintage Style. Classic Hollywood Stars.
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Bette Davis, 1930s: la tenue grande classe !
Bette Davis - 1930s The Studio Commissary
Bette Davis, 1930s love the way she looks
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1930s Bette Davis.
Lucille Ball in the 1930's
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Lucille Ball,1930s, in Joseff Hollywood Jewellery
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Lucille Ball 1930s loving the high eyebrows
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Lucille Ball, 1930s
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Ginger Rogers in a beautiful gown (1935) - She looks so elegant and graceful. #gingerrogers #30sfashion #30sdresses
Ginger Rogers, 1930s - she was fabulous and modest and a movie star - which seems like a contradiction in today's world.
ginger rogers #ginger rogers #movie star #1930s - Amazing woman who broke a lot of barriers by insisting on dancing, laughing, and saying what she'd like.
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Ginger Rogers - 1930s Classic Hollywood Elegance
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Rita Hayworth | 1940s Glamour Queen of the Silver Screen | 1950s Classic Hollywood Icon | Diva | Dame | Vintage Evening Gown | Gloves and Cigarette | Pinup | Kitten | Vixen | Cheesecake
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Rita Hayworth in 'Gilda' (1946). Her iconic satin dress was created by French couturier Jean Louis, was made loose across her tummy ,because she had recently had a baby.
Rita Hayworth in 'Gilda' (1946). Her iconic satin dress was created by French couturier Jean Louis. jαɢlαdy
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Rita Hayworth in a gown designed by Jean Louis for 'Gilda' | 1946
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Rita Hayworth in 'Gilda' (1946). Símbolo sexual años 40
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In one of my books there is a little list on various movie stars and their height, measurements and, sometimes, weight. It’s always interesting to see how a beautiful body was perceived during different time periods. The ideal was a slim body, but the almost skeletal figure that you can sometimes see on our modern movie stars are nowhere to be seen. No overly athletic bodies either, or the emphasis on the bust that you can see in the fifties. Though the book is from 1946, many of the movie stars had they heyday in the 30’s, but I don’t think the ideals changed very dramatically. As it is a Swedish list, measurements are in centimeters and weight in kilograms. Rita Hayworth Height: 1.68 Bust: 92 Waist: 60,5 Hips: 91 Myrna Loy Height: 1.70 Weight: 62.5 Bust: 86 Waist: 67 Maureen O'Sullivan Height: 1.72 Weight: 64 Bust: 91 Waist: 72 Norma Shearer Height: 1.51 Weight: 55 Bust: 87 Waist: 66 Mae West Height: 1.55 Bust: 85 Waist: 60 Hips: 85 Joan Crawford Height: 1.61 Weight: 55 Bust: 95 Waist: 64 Jean Harlow Height: 1.60 Weight: 49.5 Bust: 88 Waist: 64 Hips: 84.5 Greta Garbo Height: 1.66 Weight: 60 Bust: 92 Waist: 66 Betty Grable Height: 1.63 Bust: 91 Waist: 61 Hips: 89
Rita Hayworth Black Strapless Evening Dress Prom Gown in movie "Gilda"
Lauren Bacall at the library
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Lauren Bacall, 1947. Looks like she may be on to something scandalous, Nancy Drew style. RIP Lauren Becall, true old Hollywood glamour queen.
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Check out huge floppy bucket bag, slung over her shoulder. ALady. Lauren Bacall. 1947 .mmm look at that hair.
Hi Lauren, you don't mind if I borrow those shoes do you? Lauren Bacall, 1947. From Filmjournalen magazine.
Lauren Bacall. Classy styles never change.
Lauren Bacall, 1940s
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Jean Harlow was the epitomy of 1930's glamour in her signature silky bias-cut evening gowns.
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How can you not love seeing Jean Harlow's shoulders in her slinky, bias-cut #gown wrapped in a #FurStole or #SilkStole !? See White Stole's entire collection of #Stoles #Shawls #Wraps at www.whitestole.com . See blog at http://www.whitestole.com/blog--flowing-chic-modern-bridal-style/cultivate-a-1930s-hollywood-glam-for-your-next-garden-wedding
Jean Harlow was the epitome of 1930s glamour in her signature silky bias-cut evening gowns.
Jean Harlow born Harlean Harlow Carpenter (March 3, 1911 – June 7, 1937) Signed by director Howard Hughes in Hell's Angels (1930). Harlow became a leading lady for MGM, starring in a string of hit films. Her popularity surpassed fellow MGM actresses Joan Crawford and Norma Shearer. Often nicknamed the "Blonde Bombshell" and the "Platinum Blonde", and popular for her "Laughing Vamp" movie persona. She died of renal failure during the filming of Saratoga in 1937 at the age of 26.
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Julia Jean "Lana" Turner. (1921– 1995)
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Julia Jean Lana Turner. (1921– 1995) “I find men terribly exciting, and any girl who says she doesn’t is an anemic old maid, a streetwalker, or a saint.” http://uggbootstore.blogspot.com/ Nice ugg shoes #uggg#ugg slipper , want to get it in winter! just $89.6
“I find men terribly exciting, and any girl who says she doesn’t is an anemic old maid, a streetwalker, or a saint.”
#magicfoundation Julia Jean "Lana" Turner. (1921– 1995) “I find men terribly exciting, and any girl who says she doesn’t is an anemic old maid, a streetwalker, or a saint.”
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~ Coco Chanel ~ 1930 ~
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"Coco Chanel ~ 1930" - the model doesn't look 1930, so I wonder if it's a contemporary photo - perhaps wearing 1930 Chanel? I'm still trying to find more info on this photo
"Coco Chanel ~ 1930" - the model doesn't look 1930, so I wonder if it's a contemporary photo - perhaps wearing 1930 Chanel? I'm still trying to find more info on this photo #InspirationIsEverywhere #DesignYourLife #1008designs #tenoeightdesigns www.tenoeightdesigns.com
Chanel - 1930 - Vogue, gorgeous wide brimmed hat and gown! Women's vintage fashion image
Coco Chanel ~ 1930 #Chanel #sunhat #gorgeous #blackandwhite #huge
"Coco Chanel ~ 1930" - CHanel #5. Graduation gift from uncle Dan
House of Chanel 1930. Paris. #chanel #classic #1930s #parisian
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Margaret Lindsay 1930's
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Margaret Lindsay looks very elegant in this picture with her dress, hat and silk gloves. women dressed in the 1930's during the day.
Margaret Lindsay looks very elegant in this picture with her dress, hat and silk gloves. This picture is what I imagine how most women dressed in the 1930's during the day.
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Margaret Lindsay looks very elegant in this picture with her dress, hat and silk gloves. circa 1930s
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1940s fashion - The collar. That HAT. :swoon:
1940s dress details to die for!
Miss Vivien Leigh
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Vivien Leigh from "Gone with the Wind" = timeless beauty Scarlet,to me is the most beautiful,strong woman. We can all learn a little from her.
Vivian Leigh...Scarlett O'Hara from "Gone with the Wind" = timeless beauty. what a beautiful woman!
Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh) from "Gone with the Wind" = timeless beauty. what a beautiful woman!
Vivien Leigh - "Gone with the Wind" - The power of solid casting across all of the characters!
Vivien Leigh from "Gone with the Wind" = timeless beauty. Love her and this pic wow
Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh) from "Gone with the Wind" = timeless beauty.
Vivien Leigh from "Gone with the Wind" , timeless beauty
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Vivien Leigh One of my favorite actresses
Photo of Audrey Hepburn: 1954, as Sabrina Fairchild in "Sabrina," gown by Givenchy.
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Audrey Hepburn in white and black Hubert de Givenchy dress. Probably my most favorite dress of ALL time.
Yep, that would make a perfect wedding dress. Audrey Hepburn in White-hubert-de-givenchy-dress
Audrey Hepburn wearing a Givenchy gown in a publicity still for "Sabrina", 1954
Audrey in Sabrina (1954) wearing the Givenchy gown she got from Paris
Audrey Hepburn publicity still for 'Sabrina', 1954. Omg style icon
Givenchy 1954: Audrey Hepburn's dress: "Sabrina" ~ 1954
Audrey Hepburn 'Sabrina', 1954. So classy!
When we think of style icons, it is inevitable that Audrey Hepburn's name is one of the first to come to mind. She embodied elegant, feminine glamour and always made even the simplest outfits seem unique, choosing classic, clean contours that complemented her long, lithe frame. To this day, her style is one of the most imitated, as she managed to balance her look between demure femininity and a more boyish silhouette. Her designer of choice was Hubert de Givenchy, and they collaborated on many films including Funny Face (1957), Love in the Afternoon (1957), Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961), Paris When It Sizzles (1963), Charade (1964), and How to Steal a Million (1966). But their lifelong partnership was first established when Givenchy was given the task of overseeing Hepburn's wardrobe in Sabrina (1954). The designer was initially relucant to take on the young actress, hoping he would instead be dressing the more famous Katharine Hepburn, however he was won over by Hepburn's unusual beauty and sense of style, and Audrey Hepburn thus became a muse for Givenchy's designs. This gorgeous dress she chose for Sabrina is an iconic symbol of their affiliation. PLEASE SEE OUR GREAT GIVENCHY GIVEAWAY - WIN A GORGEOUS VINTAGE GIVENCHY NECKLACE!
One of my absolute favorite things about old movies are the dresses that the actresses wore. Thanks to Edith Head, Adrian, and several other designers, we can all be in awe of the beauty and the elegance of dresses from the golden era. I thought I would make this post entirely on pictures of dresses from old movies and some from magazines with some very famous actresses and some with models. I must let you know, though there are pictures with women wearing skirts but they are so worth looking at. I also wanted to add, that there are many pictures of the same actress but they do look quite marvelous in their apparel. Some of the pictures on here don't show the entire dress but at least, you get an idea of what it looked like, right? I think that I will be making this into a weekly post but not just for dresses, but for all sorts of fashion from that amazing era. If you want to see anyone on here that is wearing something that is to die for, let me know and I will post it on here. Well here comes the picspam, enjoy! Greer Garson Audrey Hepburn Vivien Leigh Vivien Leigh Audrey Hepburn Susan Hayward Susan Hayward Vivien Leigh Model- Unknown Audrey Hepburn The Infamous Marilyn Monroe Dress Marilyn Monroe Natalie Wood(Doesn't this outfit just scream adorable?) Marilyn Monroe Marilyn Monroe Marilyn Monroe Marilyn Monroe Audrey Hepburn Model-Unknown Grace Kelly Grace Kelly Model- Unknown Model- Unknown Models- Unknown Model- Unknown Grace Kelly Joan Fontaine Vivien Leigh Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly Grace Kelly Grace Kelly's Wedding Dress Grace Kelly What a fabulous dress worn by Grace Kelly Vivien Leigh Jane Russell and Marilyn Monroe Marilyn Monroe(I wish I had found a larger picture!) Gene Tierney Gene Tierney( My absolute favorite picture of her) Gene Tierney( I know that this is a night gown but it is amazing!) Greer Garson Greer Garson Audrey Hepburn Audrey Hepburn Doris Day Doris Day Audrey Hepburn Joan Fontaine's wedding dress, when she wed Brian Aherne Audrey Hepburn Barbara Stanwyck Barbara Stanwyck Audrey Hepburn Audrey Hepburn Audrey Hepburn Marilyn Monroe Joan Fontaine Joan Fontaine Joan Fontaine Joan Fontaine Doris Day Doris Day Doris Day Audrey Hepburn Vivien Leigh Marilyn Monroe Susan Hayward Barbara Stanwyck Sophia Loren Joan Fontaine(Sorry you can't see all of the dress but it is gorgeous!) Barbara Stanwyck Which one out of these photos did you like most? And what type of fashion,would you like to see for next week's edition? The choices are - Men in Suits - Women's Hats - Women's Scarves - Women in Pants Oh and I just saw that I have 50 followers, how amazing is that? Thanks for following!
Vivien Leigh as Cleopatra - 'Caesar and Cleopatra', 1945. Written by George Bernard Shaw and directed Gabriel Pascal.
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Vivien Leigh - "Caesar and Cleopatra" (1945) -Costume designer : Oliver Messel
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Vivien Leigh, Caesar and Cleopatra, 1945, Oliver Messel.
Vivien Leigh, Caesar and Cleopatra, 1945
Vivien Leigh - Cleopatra, 1945
Ok bloggers make these lists all the time, as do reputable archivists like AFI and yet they still seem to get it wrong! I remember when they named Humphrey Bogart the #1 film star of all time, ok he's huge and definitely should be in the top 5, but he's not #1 I'm sorry. Of course, every one is entitled to their opinion and I thought I'd thrown mine out there. In Hollywood history there have been movie stars that are good looking, and then there have been icons. The difference between the two is the ability to locate that part of the self that is appealing within. Obviously. Anyway, these are the top 20 film stars of Hollywood's golden age (1930's - early 1960's, and to some extent the 1920's) that I never stop obsessing over. They have the 'it' factor, to put it in really simplified terms. You can watch one of their films over and over at any stage in your life and still feel your heart skip a beat. Now to just end on yet another cliche, this list will illustrate that they really don't make them like they used to. I've decided to include photos that are very simplistic, black & white, and for the most part professional head shots to show just how unfathomable and unimaginably perfect stars used to look back then. No one in Hollywood presently can touch them. They built a persona, an aesthetic totality measured by the way they walk, the suit they wear, the way they're hair falls off their shoulders, and how they place their hands in front of themselves. They were always immaculate. Of course that's all part of the make belief, but during a brief period in our culture, that's what we wanted; the glamour, the unattainability, and the super-humanity. This list is of course very subjective to my taste, but I thought I'd stick it in with all the others and just remember for a short bit. Enjoy! 20. John Barrymore 19. Dolores Del Rio 18. Kirk Douglas 17. Steve McQueen 16. Louise Brooks 15. Cary Grant 14. Natalie Wood 13. Joan Crawford 12. Leslie Howard 11. Joseph Cotton 10. Rita Hayworth 9. Harry Belafonte 8. Ingrid Bergman 7. Gary Cooper 6. Vivien Leigh 5. Paul Newman 4. Barbara Stanwyck 3. Montgomery Clift 2. Marilyn Monroe 1. Sidney Poitier HERE IS A FEW CLIPS FOR YOU TO ENJOY...OR SPANK IT TO IF THAT'S YOUR THING. LIVE YOUR DREAM.
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Tallulah. Pre-war movie star and all purpose celebrity with famously waspish tongue. In those days didn't need her surname - Bankhead.
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the magnificent Talullah Bankhead… Gorgeous. classiquehollywood: hollywoodlady: Tallulah Bankhead #silverscreenserendipity
Tallulah Bankhead - “My father warned me about men and booze, but he never mentioned a word about women and cocaine.”
Tallulah Bankhead, 1936 (photographed by Eugene Robert Richee) #cinema #films #movies #hollywood #glamour
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Oh, Tallulah, Tallulah. I imagine that’s a phrase she heard quite a lot, that sexy minx. Famed for her love of life and love of many lovers – male and female – she once quipped, “My father warned me about men and booze, but he never mentioned a word about women and cocaine.” And, oh, the women: Greta Garbo, Joan Crawford, Marlene Dietrich, Eva Le Gallienne, Laurette Taylor, Patsy Kelly, Hattie McDaniel, Estelle Winwood, Mercedes de Acosta. Allegedly. Witty, pretty and oh so gay, Tallulah was a provocateur of the most delicious kind. The self-described “pure as the driven slush” southern starlet came up during Hollywood’s Golden Age in the 20s. She was known as much for her outsized personality as her acting abilities. If she’d been alive today, I’d imagine her shenanigans alone could keep TMZ in business. I think she would have been a hell of a gal to know. The film critic Rex Reed famously told a story about Tallulah and Joan Crawford that kind of says it all. Joan attended a party for Tallulah dressed in a gown covered in gold glitter. Tallulah took her up to the bedroom and slammed the door, only to emerge later – stark naked – with gold glitter covering her lady business. She went to the balcony overlooking the partygoers and announced “Guess who just went down on me?” Oh, Tallulah, Tallulah. Happy weekend, all.
1930's Betty Davis. white low cut back with a looser sleeve, adhered with an embellished waist belt and a straight cut, full length (to the ankle) skirt. this is paired with shingle curls
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Bette Davis: Her hair is Harlow gold/ Her lips sweet surprise/ Her hands are never cold/ She's got Bette davis eyes... bettedavis.net
Every time I see I picture of Bette Davis all I can think of is the song, "she's got Bette Davis eyes!"
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Happy Birthday to Bette Davis a bona fide Old Hollywood Glamour Girl!
Bette Davis, 1930s "She's got Bette Davis Eyes"!
Bette Davis, 1930s...oh Bette Davis Eyes♥
Bette Davis or Ruth Elizabeth Davis is one of the most famous and talented actresses to ever grace the silver screen in America. She played a variety of roles,
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