Celeste Yarnall and Elvis Presley played in Live A Little

Celeste Yarnall (born Long Beach, California, U.S., 26 July 1944) is an American actress who started her career on television before moving to the big screen.

Celeste Yarnall

celeste yarnall

Celeste Yarnall

Celeste Yarnall

Celeste Yarnall

Vivien Leigh. 24th (and 12th) actress to win the Academy Awards' Best Actress Oscar (Streetcar Named Desire, 1951).

Celeste Yarnall as a brunette in Europe for Cannes Film Festival.

Ida Lupino. Great 40's actress AND one of the pioneer female film directors in Hollywood. Classy dame.

Hedy Lamarr (1914-2000), actress and inventor. Mathematically talented,she and composer George Antheil invented an early technique for spread spectrum communications and frequency hopping, necessary for wireless communication from the pre-computer age to the present day.

one of my favorite actresses and photographers.... Richard Avedon, Elizabeth Taylor, 1964 @cyndiagreen

Her first directing job came when the director of the 1949 film, "Not Wanted," fell ill. In 1950, Ida directed the film, "Outrage" which dealt with the then controversial subject of rape. In 1953, she was the first woman to direct a film noir, "The Hitch-Hiker." During the 1950s, Lupino remained one of the only female directors in Hollywood, and was only the second woman to be inducted into the Director's Guild.

Iconic female star. They say the biggest stars have contradictions. Marilyn was dumb and smart, sexy and innocent, humble and proud.

A Celebration of The King’s Life with Celeste Yarnall!

Claudette Colbert

Theresa Harris - early black film star. Isn't she beautiful?

A first woman film director, Ida Lupino. ~Repinned via Yoshinori Murai http://www.tvrage.com/person/id-7323/Ida%2BLupino

This photo was taken for an article on me as an actress in London Look Magazine; another shot made the cover. The Elizabethan costume was authentic and weighed 60 pounds

Celeste Yarnall at the Cannes Film Festival 1967. Voted most photogenic beauty by the foreign press.