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Bette Davis
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  1. 
15 March 1964

    15 March 1964

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  2. Rita Hayworth in Gilda (1946)

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  3. Rita Hayworth. Photographed by Rex Hardy. (1938)
     
     
  4. 
Rita Hayworth in “The Lady from Shanghai”, 1947.

    Rita Hayworth in “The Lady from Shanghai”, 1947.

     
     
  5. darlinghepburn:

    The most important thing is to enjoy your life - be happy - that’s all that matters

     
     
  6. "Initially, Audrey Hepburn did all she could to avoid Mark Shaw’s cameras. But when she realized they shared intense devotion to their work, she began to treat him like a member of the family.”

    (Source: hepburny)

     
     
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  8. 
Gilda (1946)

    Gilda (1946)

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  9. 
Rita Hayworth, for example was known for her long, completely painted nails. Here is a close-up of her hands from the movie Blood and Sand from 1941.

    Rita Hayworth, for example was known for her long, completely painted nails. Here is a close-up of her hands from the movie Blood and Sand from 1941.

     
     
  10. (Source: clarabows)