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  • Its Pittie Time

    Gloria Swanson and her Pit Bull. Gloria Swanson was an actress, singer and producer, who is best known for her role as Norma Desmond, a faded silent film star, in the critically acclaimed film Sunset Boulevard

  • Swati Pandey

    "Sennett, however, saw something in her eyes—she had a marvelous way of cutting people down with them." On hiring Gloria Swanson as a Bathing Beauty.

  • Anne Jørgensen

    American actor Gloria Swanson stands on tiptoes on the prow of a motorboat while Teddy the dog sits with his paws on the steering wheel in a still from director Clarence G Badger’s film Teddy At The Throttle [watch!!]. photo by Hulton Archive/Stringer, January 1st, 1916

  • The Classy Dog

    Vintage Ephemera: Follow us and Designer Dog Clothes, Luxury Dog Beds, Designer Dog Collars, Designer Leashes, Luxury Dog Sweaters, Designer Dog Carriers, Luxury Dog Dresses, Designer Dog Bowls, Designer Dog Accessories.

  • ✨⭐️Ximena⭐️✨ ⭐️✨

    #Teddy the dog with #GloriaSwanson in "Teddy At The Throttle" #1916

  • Peabrain

    I want a dog who can drive a boat. Vintage photo.

  • Ebony Rose

    Gloria Swanson and her Pit Bull #dogs #ladiesbestfriend

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