Collected Letters of the Widow Flannigan
hollywoodlady:

Vivien Leigh in Sidewalks of London directed by Tim Whelan, 1938

hollywoodlady:

Vivien Leigh in Sidewalks of London directed by Tim Whelan, 1938

frozencelery:

Merle Oberon

frozencelery:

Merle Oberon

sisterwolf:

Boris Anisfeld - Sadko, Costume design for Mermaids, 1911

sisterwolf:

Boris Anisfeld - Sadko, Costume design for Mermaids, 1911

sisterwolf:

Margot Fonteyn, 1950

sisterwolf:

Margot Fonteyn, 1950

vintagegal:

The Haunted House (1921)

vintagegal:

The Haunted House (1921)

vintagegal:

Ava Gardner and Diana Dors meet the Queen c. 1950s

vintagegal:

Ava Gardner and Diana Dors meet the Queen c. 1950s

blackhistoryalbum:

"THE GREATEST" FAMILY
Muhammad Ali and wife, Khalilah. Undated.
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"I am the greatest. I said that even before I knew I was."

blackhistoryalbum:

"THE GREATEST" FAMILY

Muhammad Ali and wife, Khalilah. Undated.

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"I am the greatest. I said that even before I knew I was."

nikgml:

Mistinguett The Moulin Rouge

nikgml:

Mistinguett The Moulin Rouge

oorequiemoo:

Polaire 
French singer and actress Émilie Marie Bouchaud (May 14, 1874 – October 14, 1939). Polaire wore her hair short, unusual in women before the 1920s: she apparently adopted the style in the 1890s.
In 1911, she was cast her in her first silent-film role. In the next year.  She appeared in six silent films in 1912 and 1913. She then returned to the musical stage and began a tour of the United States (garnering some publicity by wearing a nose-piercing), after which she appeared at the London Coliseum. Polaire returned to films in 1922; she performed in ten between then and 1935, some of them talkies.

oorequiemoo:

Polaire 

French singer and actress Émilie Marie Bouchaud (May 14, 1874 – October 14, 1939). Polaire wore her hair short, unusual in women before the 1920s: she apparently adopted the style in the 1890s.

In 1911, she was cast her in her first silent-film role. In the next year.  She appeared in six silent films in 1912 and 1913. She then returned to the musical stage and began a tour of the United States (garnering some publicity by wearing a nose-piercing), after which she appeared at the London Coliseum. Polaire returned to films in 1922; she performed in ten between then and 1935, some of them talkies.