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Theda Bara “ “After Theda Bara appeared in A Fool There Was, a vampire wave surged over the country. Women appeared in vampire gowns, pendant earrings, and even young girls were attempting to change.

Audrey hepburn & Barbara Streisand--oh my god I love it when I find pictures of my idols together.

October New York: Audrey meets Barbra Streisand after a performance of Funny Girl at the Winter Garden. Audrey was in NYC for the premiere of My Fair Lady and visited the Broadway musical star after seeing her on stage.

"I don't fear death because I don't fear anything I don't understand. When I start to think about it, I order a massage and it goes away." Hedy Lamarr

Since it’s International Women’s Day, I would like to put the spotlight on a very underrated classic Hollywood lady: Hedy Lamarr. Not only was she a famous actress, she was also an inventor who helped invent the system behind Wi-fi and Bluetooth.

Bara is one of the most famous completely silent stars – she never appeared in a sound film, lost or otherwise. A 1937 fire at Fox's nitrate film storage vaults in New Jersey destroyed most of that studio's silent films. Bara made more than forty films between 1914 and 1926, but complete prints of only six still exist: The Stain (1914), A Fool There Was (1915), East Lynne (1916), The Unchastened Woman (1925), and two short comedies for Hal Roach.

Theda Bara as Cleopatra, 1917 (the film is lost and only a few photos survive)

1940s Gene Tierney ~ she knew how to dress up!

Gene Tierney- gorgeous fashion She was the star of the movie, 'Laura' .a haunting movie and beautiful music. Comments: looks wealthy big hat with feather somewhat fancy a little bit of fur gloves that go mid for arm

Elizabeth Montgomery was wonderful in one of my TV favorites, Bewitched.

Elizabeth Montgomery turns Hippie in BEWITCHED; She always looked best in a miniskirt, never seen her in these blue tights but wow does she look good.

Yvonne DiCarlo

"I was on cloud 9 all the time. After I made my hit in Salome, Universal sent me to NY so I could learn to be a proper movie star" De Carlo