ELAINE STEWART TRIBUTE

ELAINE STEWART TRIBUTE

Movie Legends - Elaine Stewart

Movie Legends - Elaine Stewart

Actress and model who appeared on the big screen during the 1950s.

Elaine Stewart as Lila gets between Lana Turner and Kirk Douglas in Bad and the Beautiful mpg

Elaine Stewart  as Lila gets between Lana Turner and Kirk Douglas in Bad and the Beautiful mpg

The Bad and the Beautiful starring Lana Turner and Kirk Douglas. Elaine Stewart portrays Lila. She gets between Lana Turner and Kirk Douglas in this scene.

Elaine Devry Cheyenne Social Club Clip

Elaine Devry   Cheyenne Social Club Clip

Katherine Ross

Katherine Ross

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Beautiful Classic Actresses - Part 5

Beautiful Classic Actresses - Part 5

Music : Sing, You Sinners by Susan HAYWARD - Look for the Silver Lining by June HAVER Actresses by alphabetical order - Part 5 Angela GREEN Ann SAVAGE Anne BAXTER Audrey TOTTER Ava GARDNER Barbara LANG Barbara RUSH Dale EVANS Dawn WELLS Deanna LUND Diana LEWIS Diane WEBER Dolores DONLON Elaine STEWART Eleanor PARKER Frances DEE Ginger ROGERS Glynis JOHNS Grace LEE WHITNEY Hayley MILLS Heather YOUNG Helene STANTON Ingrid PITT Irish McCALLA Jackie LANE Jean ROGERS Joan CAULFIELD Joan FONTAINE Judy BAMBER Kathleen HUGHES Kathryn GRAYSON Lorraine ROGERS Lucille BALL Lynn MERRICK Marie WILSON Marilyn MONROE Martha O’DRISCOLL Maureen O’SULLIVAN May WYNN Michele CAREY Nancy GATES Pat SHEEHAN Patricia NEAL Peggy DOW Piper LAURIE Rhonda FLEMING Ruta LEE Shirley MACLAINE Vera DAY Vera MILES Victoria SHAW Vivi BACH Warrene OTT Yvonne CRAIG Yvonne DE CARLO Yutte STENSGAARD

Estelle Winwood-- 1979 TV Interview, William Demarest, Pat O'Brien

Estelle Winwood-- 1979 TV Interview, William Demarest, Pat O'Brien

Veteran actress Estelle Winwood made this rare TV appearance in 1979, chatting with Pat O'Brien and William Demarest. She was approaching her 96th birthday at the time and lived to 101, smoking three packs of cigarettes a day and playing bridge every night. She and Tallulah Bankhead were lifelong friends and often toured together.

HOLLYWOOD GLAMOUR TRIBUTE #49- DIANA LYNN (1926-1971)

HOLLYWOOD GLAMOUR TRIBUTE #49- DIANA LYNN (1926-1971)

"HOLLYWOOD AND THE FEMININE FORM DIVINE"- DIANA LYNN. She came into the world as Dolores Eartha Loehr on October 7,1926,in Los Angeles,California. Her father was Louis William Loehr,an oil supply executive,and her mother was Eartha Thes,a concert pianist. Young Lynn began taking piano lessons at age four,and by the age of twelve was playing with the Los Angeles Junior Symphony Orchestra. She was considered a child prodigy. Diana Lynn also became a "Quiz Kid" on radio,and at age thirteen appeared in her first film,"They Shall Have Music" in 1939,playing the piano. She later signed a long term movie contract with Paramount Studios in 1942. Diana Lynn hit movie stardom with her performance of the brainy teenager who wasn't fooled by the phony kid impersonation by Ginger Rogers in "The Major and the Minor" in 1942. That same year "Parents Magazine" named Diana Lynn the most talented juvenile actress in Hollywood. In 1943,at age seventeen,she made her concert debut in Los Angeles where she performed piano pieces by Mozart,Beethoven,and Gershwin. Later in 1945,the Motion Picture Herald called her "The Star of Tomorrow". Diana Lynn had a tantilizing screen presence with her dimpled cheeks,lovely blue eyes,and her honey blonde hair. This enchanting,lovely girl had it all-beauty,talent,personality,intelligence,and a natural flair for acting in light comedies and dramas. The one word to describe Diana Lynn would have to be "adorable". Vital stats-Hair blonde,Eyes blue,Height 5'6". Other notable films include "The Major and the Minor"(1942),"Henry Aldrich Gets Glamour"(1943),"The Miracle of Morgans Creek"(1944),"Our Hearts Were Young and Gay"(1944),"And The Angels Sing"(1944),"Out of This World"(1945),"The Bride Wore Boots"(1946),"Easy Come,Easy Go"(1947),"Ruthless"(1948),"Every Girl Should Be Married"(1948),"My Friend Irma"(1949),"Peggy"(1950),"Rogues of Sherwood Forrest"(1950),"The People Against O'Hara"(1951),"Bedtime For Bonzo"(1951),"Plunder of the Sun"(1953),"Track of the Cat"(1954),"The Kentuckian"(1955),"You're Never Too Young"(1955),"Company of Killers"(1970). In the early 1950's Diana Lynn performed on the Broadway stage in "The Wild Duck" with Maurice Evans,in 1964 replacing Barbara Bel Geddes in"Mary,Mary",and starred in runs of "The Moon Is Blue" in the U.S. and England. Diana Lynn had a show business career that lasted thirty-one years which included 31 feature films,radio,records,stage,and television. One of her famous quotes was,"My awkward age didn't arrive till I was eighteen. By that time,everyone at Paramount regarded me as their kid sister. When I became eighteen,the boys up front still thought of me as that pink-cheeked youngster they'd known so long. They considered me too young for ingenue roles,too young for glamour roles,and too young for romance. I didn't do anything. Everyone thought I was old hat". One cannot write a history of Hollywood Glamour without mentioning the name of Diana Lynn. Song "My Funny Valentine" by Perry Como.

MADtv Miss Swan Candy Store

MADtv   Miss Swan Candy Store

Stewart Granger & Jean Simmons -Time After Time

Stewart Granger & Jean Simmons -Time After Time

Married in real life for ten years, Stewart "Jimmy" Granger and Jean Simmons starred in three films together; Adam and Evelyne, Young Bess, and Footsteps in the Fog.

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