"I can always have just as happy a career as a model - a model housewife!" -- June Vincent (Bizarre Los Angeles)

June Vincent

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“I can always have just as happy a career as a model – a model housewife!” — June Vincent Source: 1944 Photo: 1944 2

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"I did cinema and theater. Maybe the first things I did. When, for example, I did The Housekeeper in Rome, I was very happy with the cinema." -- Martine Brochard (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Martine Brochard – photos and quotes

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“I did cinema and theater. Maybe the first things I did. When, for example, I did The Housekeeper in Rome, I was very happy with the cinema. Then I managed to make the theater show Madame Bovary in Italian and I was soaked by the enthusiasm and joy. For me, they were like great victories.” […]

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"I want to be an actress, not a movie star. There is a big difference." -- Carol Lynley. Bizarre Los Angeles.

Carol Lynley

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“I want to be an actress, not a movie star. There is a big difference.” — Carol Lynley Source: Vernon Scott (1959) Photo: Peter Basch  

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Irene Ware

Irene Ware

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“Irene Ware hails from Pelham Bay, N.Y. – near New York City. An aunt sent one of her photographs to a New York paper that was searching for a girl to represent Manhattan in the international beauty contest in Galveston, Tex., in 1929. She was chosen as “Miss America.” And later won fame of other […]

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Kay Aldridge

Kay Aldridge

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“Down South, girls are brought up with the idea that their chief mission is to find a husband. I’m definitely in the market. But he must love onions.” — Kay Aldridge

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June McCall

June McCall

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“I want to be a great actress. That’s why I’ll pose in anything they want me to. As long as it gets my name in the papers.” — June McCall Source: Virginia MacPherson (1951)

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Muriel Finley

Muriel Finley

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From the Miami Daily News-Record, February 23, 1930 Artistic Influence California’s “golden girl,” so named by an artist, is back in Hollywood to seek once more the screen renown which might have been hers had not an artist, diverted her career to Broadway. Muriel Finley is here for the third time, again trying to make […]

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Gladys Walton

Gladys Walton

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EX-FILM STAR FINDS CONTENT IN HOME LIFE Gladys Walton Herbel, Mother of Three Children, Never Regrets Giving Up Career San Francisco Examiner, January 28, 1935 Little more than a decade ago Gladys Walton, then one of the most brillian stars in Hollywood’s firmament, forsook her career at the peak of her fame for a home, […]

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Maude Fealy

Maude Fealy

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“Among the photoplay stars whose names are known to every lover of the screen, Maude Fealy holds a position peculiar to herself. Her personality makes an impression on every mind, and is one that recurs in delighted visualization at every mention of her name. Her art is of the higher type of art that is […]

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"I adore the camera, love it, we have a rapport. That's where seduction comes in." -- Anouk Aimee

Anouk Aimee

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“I adore the camera, love it, we have a rapport. That’s where seduction comes in.” — Anouk Aimee

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