Teresa WRIGHT * AFI Top Actress nominee > Active > Born Muriel Teresa Wright 27 Oct 1918 New York City > Died 6 Mar 2005 (aged Connecticut > Spouses: Niven Busch div);
(Muriel) Teresa Wright (October 1918 – March was an American actress. She was nominated twice for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress: in 1941 for her debut work in The Little Foxes and in 1942 for Mrs. Miniver, winning for the latter.
Mimi (Emily) - A strikingly lovely portrait of American actress Teresa Wright, ca.
Definitely a glamour shot. I've never seen Teresa Wright look like this. she was the girl next door type.
Redheads often get a bad wrap - but not any longer! Here are 25 significant redheads.^Here are 25 significant redheads from history and beyond.^Redheads often get a bad wrap - but not any longer! Here are 25 significant redheads from history and beyond.
The Bob was the most popular hairstyle of the time. Headbands were also used as accessories in women's hair. Some women did not want to fully commit to having short hair, however, so they would have a fake bob and curl up their hair and pin it.
From a perm advert in a 1947 Vogue showing styles for different age groups
40's makeup: The glamorous era of the 1940s brought makeup to a new level of femininity. Despite war rationing, women round the developed world began applying makeup from their teen years. Only twenty years earlier this would have been unthinkable.
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