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Rudolph Valentino (5/6/1895 - 8/23/1926) Italian actor, A sex symbol of the 1920s, Valentino was known as the "Latin Lover".

Hollywood legend, Rudolph Valentino also celebrates his birthday today. His death at age 31 caused mass hysteria among his female fans, further propelling him into icon status. May 1895 – August 1926

1920s Hollywood - The legendary Rudolph Valentino, loving the spats. I love this whole era, so fab.

Rodolfo Alfonso Raffaello Pierre Filibert Guglielmi di Valentina d'Antonguolla, professionally known as Rudolph Valentino (May 1895 – August

Rudolph Valentino was the very definition of  SSS (Silent Screen Swagger). L.M.Ross

Vint RUDOLPH VALENTINO "Reading Fan Mail" Swedish Postcard 1920s Handsome Guy

newamsboys: “ Ruldolph Valentino ” Rudolph Valentino reading fan mail in a leather trench coat like a boss, circa

Vintage Blog - Rudolph Valentino 1922. My grandmother LOVED him!!!

we pick this picture because it shows Rudolph Valentino, the "Latin Lover", famous silent movie star.

Rudolph Valentino and Natasha Rambova - it was said that they were to marry, but, then he died suddenly.

Rudolph Valentino & Natacha Rambova with their dogs, she liked the little yappy lap dogs and he, larger, more robust and interactive.

Two Beauties - Rudy Valentino and leopard cub.

Rudy Valentino interesting, huge star, at the time of his young death, no fans ever heard his voice.

RUDOLPH VALENTINO CLOSE UP PHOTO - Hollywood 1920's Silent Movie Star Actor | eBay

Rudolph Valentino - Silent Movie Star Actor "Women are not in love with me but with the picture of me on the screen. I am merely the canvas on which women paint their dreams.

1925 Rudolph Valentino and wife Natacha Rambova leave LA by train. Natacha always wore long skirts because she felt her legs were too heavy. This is about as casual as one would get in the 1920’s when traveling via train!

1925 Rudolph Valentino and wife Natacha Rambova leave LA by train. Natacha always wore long skirts because she felt her legs were too heavy. This is about as casual as one would get in the when travelling via train!

Haunted Hollywood and the Ghosts of Old Hollywood, Part II

Haunted Hollywood and the Ghosts of Old Hollywood, Part II

Rudolf Valentino as 'Ahmed / The Sheik' - 1926 - The Son of the Sheikh - Director: George Fitzmaurice - Beagles Postcard - Mlle

I'm going to start dressing like this... hells to the yes!  Rudolph Valentino in a portrait for Beyond the Rocks 1922.

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