Glamorous full-length portrait of Hedy Lamarr , photographed by Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1938.
Simone Simon and Ginger Rogers at the Vanderbilt-Rogers skating party August 9, 1937
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As a star beloved by many, and hated by few, Joan Fontaine graced the big screen for many years; capturing her audience with every look and hoist of an eyebrow.
1937 | You Can’t Beat Love: Watch
1939 | Gunga Din: Watch & Download
1939 | The Women: Watch
1940 | Rebecca: Watch
1941 | Suspicion: Watch & Download
1942 | This Above All: Watch & Download
1943 | Jane Eyre: Watch
1945 | The Affairs of Susan: Watch
1946 | From This Day Forward: Watch
1947 | Ivy: Watch
1948 | Kiss the Blood Off My Hands: Watch
1948 | Letter from an Unknown Woman: Watch
1950 | September Affair: Watch
1952 | Born to be Bad: Watch
1952 | Ivanhoe: Watch
1953 | The Bigamist: Watch
1954 | Casanova’s Big Night: Watch & Download
1957 | Island in the Sun: Watch & Download
1966 | The Witches: Watch
Myrna Loy’s diction was so elegant that for this scene in Third Finger, Left Hand where she briefly turned herself into a hip-swinging Brooklyn tart, she had to have a dialect coach. (x)
In this scene in Never Say Goodbye, Errol Flynn imitates Humphrey Bogart and has his voice dubbed by Bogart himself.
John Barrymore and Claudette Colbert in Midnight, 1939
Cary Grant as Dr. Barnaby Fulton and Ginger Rogers as Mrs. Edwina Fulton in Monkey Business (1952)
Rita Hayworth and Carol Burnett rehearsing one of their numbers before Rita’s guest appearance in The Carol Burnett show, January 1971.