Tony Curtis: Hollywood's most famous 'pretty boy,' a moniker he spent his whole life running from, but there was nothing effeminate about him. Even in Some Like It Hot, where he was prettier than Marilyn Monroe, whom he was courting while being forced to dress in drag, he was hysterically macho. - Ronni
Janet Leigh - lace gown with high neck and fitted bodice & long sleeves. Tightly cinched waist has narrow belt. The full skirt flairs out, due to petticoats & crinolines, creating an hourglass silhouette. Short, above the elbow-length veil completes this 1950's gown.
Tony Curtis (6/3/25 - 9/29/2010) American film actor whose career spanned six decades, but had his greatest popularity during the 1950s and early 1960s. He acted in more than 100 films in roles covering a wide range of genres, from light comedy to serious drama.
1955 Tony Curtis was a Hollywood icon in the mid-20th century, when he was the darkly handsome star of movies including The Sweet Smell of Success (1957, with Burt Lancaster) and the raucous cross-dressing comedy Some Like it Hot (1959, with Jack Lemmon and Marilyn Monroe)