Rita Hayworth, photographed by Rex Hardy, 1938.
Claudette Colbert takes a milk bath in the nude in the pre-code film The Sign of the Cross, 1932
Elizabeth Taylor in Danville, KY in 1956 for the filming of Raintree County (1957)
Audrey Hepburn photographed by Arthur Rothstein in a publicity photo for Gigi (1951).
Remembering Monetta Eloyse Darnell aka Linda Darnell (October 16th 1923 – April 10th 1965)
Nicknamed ‘The Girl with the Perfect Face’, known as Tweedles by her family, Linda died at age 41 in a housefire, having sadly spent much of her career unable to cope with disappointments in Hollywood and her own personal problems. Nevertheless, Linda is beloved for her roles in classics such as The Mark of Zorro and My Darling Clementine, and for her timeless performances in Fallen Angel and A Letter to Three Wives.
She is also remembered for her beauty, creativity and kindness, described by close friend Jeanne Curtis as “outgoing but private, knowledgeable, well-read, intelligent and warm.”