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Cleopatra Jones in the Casino of Gold in 1976

Cleopatra Jones in the Casino of Gold in 1976

dots and mirrors

dots and mirrors

"Nobody makes up my mind for me" - Rita Hayworth

"Nobody makes up my mind for me" - Rita Hayworth

Beloved Rita

Beloved Rita

vintage beauty (you gotta wonder...what's hiding in that hair?)  It must be giving her a headache.

vintage beauty (you gotta wonder...what's hiding in that hair?) It must be giving her a headache.

Rita Hayworth with her co-stars Adele Mara, Leslie Brooks and Isobel Elsom in a promotional photo for You Were Never Lovelier (1942)

Rita Hayworth with her co-stars Adele Mara, Leslie Brooks and Isobel Elsom in a promotional photo for You Were Never Lovelier (1942)

rita hayworth

rita hayworth

James Dean and Beulah Roth photographed by Sanford Roth, 1955.

James Dean and Beulah Roth photographed by Sanford Roth, 1955.

Rita Hayworth in "Gilda," 1946   When "Gilda" premiered at the first ever Cannes film festival, everyone was buzzing about Hayworth's striptease to "Put The Blame On Mame" wearing a strapless, black satin sheath dress with a long side slit and extra long gloves. Costume designer Jean Louis created the custom gown (which required a corset and custom harness) and helped cement the concept of a femme fatale.

Rita Hayworth in "Gilda," 1946 When "Gilda" premiered at the first ever Cannes film festival, everyone was buzzing about Hayworth's striptease to "Put The Blame On Mame" wearing a strapless, black satin sheath dress with a long side slit and extra long gloves. Costume designer Jean Louis created the custom gown (which required a corset and custom harness) and helped cement the concept of a femme fatale.

LIZABETH SCOTT AND HUMPHREY BOGART in "DEAD RECKONING" (1947)

LIZABETH SCOTT AND HUMPHREY BOGART in "DEAD RECKONING" (1947)

for real

for real

Ray Milland Joan Collins Girl in the Red Velvet Swing 8x10 photograph 1955

Ray Milland Joan Collins Girl in the Red Velvet Swing 8x10 photograph 1955

1940s Screen Icons: Gene Tierney – We Heart Vintage blog: retro fashion, cinema and photography

1940s Screen Icons: Gene Tierney – We Heart Vintage blog: retro fashion, cinema and photography

Anita Loos via A Mythical Monkey - doesn't she just look dangerous (in the best possible way??)

Anita Loos via A Mythical Monkey - doesn't she just look dangerous (in the best possible way??)