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Marilyn Monroe: Iconic photo of the Hollywood actress / sex symbol …. Marylin Monroe, Style Marilyn Monroe, Fotos Marilyn Monroe, Marilyn Monroe Costume, Marilyn Monroe Wallpaper, Old Hollywood, Costume Hollywood, Namjoon, Rapmon

Marilyn Monroe - The Seven Year Itch - Movie Still Poster

Marilyn Monroe - The Seven Year Itch - Movie Still Poster

Joan Crawford (by Peter Warrack) - Limited Edition, Archival Print Joan Crawford (by Peter Warrack) - Fine Art Print - House of Roulx Golden Age Of Hollywood, Vintage Hollywood, Hollywood Glamour, Hollywood Stars, Classic Hollywood, Adrienne Ames, Divas, Portraits, Photographs Of People

Joan Crawford (by Peter Warrack) - Limited Edition, Archival Print

Modern archival pigment print • Previously unpublished • Printed on Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta 325 GSM fiber paper • Varying sizes available Hand-numbered in limited editions • Example: # /100 House of Roulx and Peter Warrack Archive blind embossings • Authentic Edition rubber stamp on verso • Hand-signed letter of authenticity PETER WARRACK In his early 20's, Peter lived in London, Rome, and Athens working for entertainment magazines and writing articles about events that he attended, like…

Hope Summers, - ('Clara Edwards' In "The Andy Griffith Show"). Classic Actresses, Actors & Actresses, Classic Hollywood, In Hollywood, Hope Summers, Barney Fife, Tv Icon, The Andy Griffith Show, Old Tv Shows

Hope Summers Bio

This biography is about the lady who portrayed Aunt Bee's best friend and neighbor ( and classmate at Sweetbriar Normal School ), Clara Edwards, better known in real life as Hope Summers. Her character on The Andy Griffith Show went through a variety of names, such as Bertha Edwards and Clara Johnson before the producers finally settled on Clara Edwards.Hope Summers was born in Mattoon, Illinois in 1901. She passed away on July 22, 1979. Ms. Summers loved and respected the art of acting...

One of the most delightfully eccentric comediennes - English actress, Dame Margaret Rutherford She is best known for her roles in Blithe Spirit, The Importance of Being Earnest, and her campy roles as Agatha Christie's sleuth, Miss Marple. Margaret Rutherford, English Actresses, British Actresses, British Actors, Actors & Actresses, Comedy Actors, Miss Marple, Agatha Christie, Hercule Poirot

Top 10 fictional detectives of all time

To be sure, the genre of private eye is widely adored by almost every book lover. However, it was a tough job to list up the in-depth characterisation of ten fictional detectives working behind the curtains but eventually I followed my own taste. Check out this page of TopYaps to explore that whether your super spy makes this list or not.

Margaret Rutherford as Agatha Christie’s ‘Miss Marple’. Margaret Rutherford as Agatha Christie's 'Miss Marple'. Margaret Rutherford, Sherlock Poster, Miss Marple, Classic Tv, Classic Movies, Agatha Christie's Marple, Detective, Murder Most Foul, Mystery

MURDER, MAYHEM, AND A DAMN GOOD CUPPA

“Margaret Rutherford as Miss Marple Murder at the Gallop (1963) ”

Marjorie Main was best known as a Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer contract player and for her role as Ma Kettle in a series of ten Ma and Pa Kettle movies. Old Hollywood Stars, Old Hollywood Glamour, Classic Hollywood, Hollywood Icons, Vintage Hollywood, Classic Actresses, Classic Movies, Actors & Actresses, Classic Comedies

Marjorie Main - IMDb

Marjorie Main, Actress: The Egg and I. Her father was a minister, and when she joined a local stock company as a youngster she changed her name to avoid embarrassing her family. She worked in vaudeville and debuted on Broadway in 1916. Her film debut was in A House Divided (1931). She repeated her stage role in Dead End (1937) as Baby Face Martin (Humphrey Bogart)'s mother, which led ...

In memory of Ethel Barrymore (Ethel Mae Blythe) (August 1879 – June American actress (member of the Barrymore family) - born in Philadelphia Hollywood Star Walk, Old Hollywood Movies, Golden Age Of Hollywood, Vintage Hollywood, Classic Hollywood, Classic Actresses, Beautiful Actresses, Actors & Actresses, Classic Films

Ethel Barrymore

Born Ethel Mae Blythe on Aug. 15, 1879 in Philadelphia, PA. Died June 18, 1959 of heart ailment in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Kathleen Freeman~ Born: February 1919 in Chicago, Illinois, USA Died: August 2001 (age in New York City, New York, USA Hollywood Icons, Vintage Hollywood, Hollywood Stars, Classic Hollywood, Classic Actresses, Actors & Actresses, Kathleen Freeman, Martin Freeman, Actor Secundario

Kathleen Freeman

Kathleen Freeman (February 17, 1919 – August 23, 2001) Her career spanned more than 50 years. She portrayed acerbic maids, secretaries, teachers, busybodies, nurses, and battle-axe neighbors, almost invariably to comic effect. Taught acting classes in Los Angeles. Freeman also served as president of the Screen Actors Guild.

old-hollywood-stars: “Judy Holliday Born: Judith Tuvim June 1921 in New York City, New York, USA Died: June 1965 (age in New York City, New York, USA ” Hollywood Stars, Hooray For Hollywood, Golden Age Of Hollywood, Vintage Hollywood, Classic Hollywood, Judy Holliday, Jean Arthur, Classic Actresses, Actors & Actresses

Bells Are Ringing, Judy Holliday, 1960 by Everett

Bells Are Ringing, Judy Holliday, 1960 Photograph by Everett

Marjorie Main The Women, Another Thin Man, A Woman's Face, Meet Me in St. Louis, Ma and Pa Kettle series. Old Hollywood Stars, Vintage Hollywood, Hollywood Glamour, Hollywood Actresses, Classic Hollywood, Actors & Actresses, Classic Actresses, Classic Movies, Marjorie Main

Marjorie Main (1890 - 1975)

Best known for her portrayal of Ma Kettle in the Ma & Pa Kettle series of movies, Marjorie Main was born in Acton, Indiana, on February 24, 1890. Her father was a minister who did not approve of dramatics as a form of entertainment. She briefly attended college in Indiana but left to attend drama school. Upon graduation, she taught dramatics for a year but eventually went into vaudeville in the 1910s. She married Dr. Stanley Krebs in 1921 and more or less gave up performing for several…