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 2

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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) 2

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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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"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 2

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Ingrid Schoeller

Ingrid Schoeller

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Ingrid Schoeller was a 1960s West German actress known primarily for playing in spy thrillers, many of them made in Europe. 2

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Mylene Demongeot

Mylene Demongeot

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“Sex is the way to be a woman but I think we can make interest without taking off our clothes. There is no need for it. You don’t have to be naked, You can be sexy in a fur coat.” — Mylene Demongeot Source: 1964 Photo: Peter Basch   2

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Elisabeth Mueller 1959

Elisabeth Mueller

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“Coming to Hollywood was a complete surprise to me. I had a phone call in Basle, Switzerland and things moved so fast that in seven days I was on a plane for my first trip to the United States. I hate flying but…When I arrived here I asked how I happened to be chosen and […]

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Katherine DeMille

Katherine DeMille

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“I used to get mad when I first went into pictures. Lots of my friends said I was probably the luckiest girl in Hollywood, since I was bound to succeed through being the daughter of Cecil B. DeMille. Now I merely laugh it off. I think I’ve made it pretty plain by now that I […]

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Inger Lorre

Inger Lorre – photos and quotes

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“I write about darkness and death. So many people close to me have died by suicide. Depression, anger, desperation have been a big part of my life. I write about what I know best. When I was writing I was exorcising demons. Unfortunately, I didn’t get rid of all of them.” — Inger Lorre Source: […]

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Marion Martin

Marion Martin – photos and quotes

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“I wouldn’t marry anybody I didn’t love, but it wouldn’t matter if he had money. In fact, money would count. Love doesn’t last long without it. A showgirl is accustomed to comfort, luxury and beautiful clothes.” — Marion Martin Source: George Ross (1936)   “This is my third ‘comeback’ — I’ve gone up and down […]

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