Tales from Tinseltown…recording them now…I'll let you know when it's story time.
Hallelujah, I have a cold…
Betty Grable: getting in the mood for Halloween
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Thought i knew my early-mid Hollywood stars, but have to be honest and admit I’d never heard of, nor seen this beautiful lady before. No point trying to sound sophisticated here, better to be honest & just say: God, what a complete fox! Total sauceboat. Thank you for sharing. Bewitching. 🙂
she is very beautiful. and I adore the studio shots.
They dont make pinups like they used to.
Hmmmm a song most seasonal has entered my head by Donovan- Season of the Witch.Appropriate I think.
Witches yes, of course they are everywhere at this time of year… but a witches cat and a Hollywood one at that… only Vickie could supply!
The Perfumed Dandy
I have said it before one way or another,but how desperately dull are the studio shots and much else associated with Hollywood today.Some of the CGI is absolutely amazing and good films are still made make no mistake about that.What is lacking and screamingly obvious is the glamour.It not hard to see that is what is behind the enduring fascination with the old stars,the old films etc.
I was lucky that when growing up my Mother loved to see old films on TV and I just watched alongside her.
I think that I am a Glamour Junkie.This site is my fix supreme Vickie.
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