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1940s Spotlight *** # 41 - JOAN BENNETT (1910 ~ 1990) Joan Bennett (younger sister of actress Constance Bennett) worked steadily in films throughout the 1930s, but really hit her peak during the forties as a film noir femme fatale in Fritz Lang films - especially "The Woman In The Window" (1944) and "Scarlet Street" (45) both opposite Edward G. Robinson. During the 30s she was a blonde, but come the late 30s she changed her hair style and color to brunette (a la Hedy Lamarr). The change brou

1940s Spotlight *** # 41 - JOAN BENNETT (1910 ~ 1990) Joan Bennett (younger sister of actress Constance Bennett) worked steadily in films throughout the 1930s, but really hit her peak during the forties as a film noir femme fatale in Fritz Lang films - especially "The Woman In The Window" (1944) and "Scarlet Street" (45) both opposite Edward G. Robinson. During the 30s she was a blonde, but come the late 30s she changed her hair style and color to brunette (a la Hedy Lamarr). The change brou

SMOOTHIE LIMITED Vintage RED Tie 1940 Swing  RoUND Art Deco FASHiON Cravate Krawatte DAs Shirt Suit Gabardine Rayon Jacket  Ricky 1950 VlV de la boutique FeverVintage sur Etsy

SMOOTHIE LIMITED Vintage RED Tie 1940 Swing RoUND Art Deco FASHiON Cravate Krawatte DAs Shirt Suit Gabardine Rayon Jacket Ricky 1950 VlV de la boutique FeverVintage sur Etsy

vintage everyday: Bessie Love: Innocent Flapper of American Motion Picture in the 1920s

Bessie Love – was an American actress, born Juanita Horton in Midland, Texas. She attended school in Midland until she was in th.