"When I was a kid I'd buy piles and piles of movie magazines and pore over the hairstyles of the big stars. When I read that Constance Bennett bumped every night to keep her shape you can be sure that Chapman bumped every night for the same reason." -- Marguerite Chapman (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Marguerite Chapman

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“When I was a kid I’d buy piles and piles of movie magazines and pore over the hairstyles of the big stars. When I read that Constance Bennett bumped every night to keep her shape you can be sure that Chapman bumped every night for the same reason.” — Marguerite Chapman Source: Virginia MacPherson (1945) […]

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"I've seen more wives suddenly remember when I'm talking to their husbands that they lefy the gas on at home." -- Adele Jergens (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Adele Jergens

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“I’ve seen more wives suddenly remember when I’m talking to their husbands that they lefy the gas on at home.” — Adele Jergens Source: 1948 Photo: 1944   2

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Valerie Hobson

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“It seems that I was destined to act. At the tender age of three I danced across the stage in a sort of vaudeville show at Brighton, one of England’s seaside resorts, faintly related to Atlantic City. In a cunning little skirt of stiff tulle, and wearing tiny silver wings, I was Cupid with a […]

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Vivian Austin - Hollywood's "Most Viewtiful Brunette" of 1944. Bizarre Los Angeles.

Vivian Austin

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“Vivian was born in Hollywood, was graduated from Hollywood High School, loved in Hollywood, and acted in the Bliss-Hayden Miniature theater, also in Hollywood. They discovered that she was 22 years old, five feet, four, weighed 110 pounds and could do all kinds of dancing, tap, toe, ballet, acrobatic, ballroom and comedy.” — Des Moines […]

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"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   2

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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 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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