Elizabeth Taylor | Official Website
Elizabeth Taylor defined modern celebrity and is considered the last classic Hollywood icon. Elizabeth Taylor Trust and Elizabeth Taylor Estate.
Audrey Totter - Hollywood Actress and Film Legend - 24-Trading Cards
Available Now: Audrey Totter - Hollywood Actress and Film Legend - 24-Trading Cards Condition: NEW! Includes 24 Trading Card Size cards with blank white matte back - - Shipped to protect in collectible card sleeves - FREE! 24 Photo Trading Cards Set of iconic actress Audrey Totter NO Duplicates. Complete Set. The cards are 2.5 x 3.5 in size to fit the card sleeves we send with purchase ~~~Notice about copyrights~~~ This item does not infringe any copyright, trade mark, or other rights or any…
Bunny Yeager | Sandy Fulton (1954) | Available for Sale | Artsy
Available for sale from Etherton Gallery, Bunny Yeager, Sandy Fulton (1954), Vintage gelatin silver print, 10 × 8 in
Carole & Co. entries, March 2011
Lombard big, and Lombard little Posted by vp19 on 2011.03.31 at 00:38 Current mood: curious Carole Lombard memorabilia comes in all kinds of sizes — some large enough to hang on your wall, ot…
Clara Bow Iconic Actress on the beach circa 1927 730-900 | Etsy
We have been collecting prints for several years. These represent the glamour and style of the early years of the 20th Century. 1927 photograph of Clara Bow. The copies that you are buying have been painstakingly retouched and restored to as close to original as possible. SIZING - Size: Available
The Beverly Hills Hotel Turns 100, Releases Glamorous Book of Photos
To celebrate its 100th anniversary, the Beverly Hills Hotel released a coffee table book full of vintage photos of Hollywood stars, including Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, and Faye Dunaway.
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