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Lizabeth Scott, 1947 (606x,748)

A sexy, sultry voiced blonde leading lady of the and she shared the screen with such leading men as Humphrey Bogart, Burt Lancaster, Kirk Douglas and Charlton Heston. Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend.

Lizabeth Scott, 1922. Actress, among other movies she appeared in was "Dead Reckoning", 1947 with Humphey Bogart. "I Walk Alone", 1948 with Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas. "Easy Living", 1949 with Victor Mature.

Lizabeth Scott vintage movie star publicity pin up photograph: sultry young Hollywood movie actress studio promotion hot pin-up photo of bare shouldered well endowed hot babe;

Lizabeth Scott (1922-2015), 1940s. She was an American film actress, known for her "smoky voice" and was called "the most beautiful face of film noir during the 1940s and 1950s."

The ultimate femme fatale, Lizabeth Scott costars in "The Strange Love of Martha Ivers" with Barbara Stanwyck and Van Heflin. Watch this film noir classic for FREE!

The alluring Lizabeth Scott, late-1940s.

Actress Lizabeth Scott becomes a Beauty in her own right.

six days does not a week make   — summers-in-hollywood:  Lizabeth Scott, 1947

six days does not a week make — summers-in-hollywood: Lizabeth Scott, 1947

Lizabeth Scott in The Strange Love of Martha Ivers, 1946

lizabeth-scott: “Lizabeth Scott in The Strange Love of Martha Ivers, 1946 ”

Lizabeth Scott by Bud Fraker, 1947

Lizabeth Scott, one of the original femme fatales of cinema who starred in films such as 'I Walk Alone' and 'Dark City,' died on Jan. 31 of heart failure at Cedars Sinai Medical Center.

Publicity still of Lizabeth Scott for The Strange Love of Martha Ivers, 1946

Publicity still of Lizabeth Scott for The Strange Love of Martha Ivers, 1946

Lizabeth Scott and Burt Lancaster in I Walk Alone, 1948

Lizabeth Scott and Burt Lancaster in I Walk Alone, 1948

Lizabeth Scott, 1950

Lizabeth Scott, 1950

Lizabeth Scott----When Scott went to Los Angeles in 1944, she dropped the “E” from her first name. There were lots of Elizabeths in Hollywood, but no Lizabeth. Changing her name to something unique fit right in with the film industry’s appetite for new and unique talent. (She legally changed her name to Lizabeth Scott in 1949.)

Lizabeth Scott----When Scott went to Los Angeles in 1944, she dropped the “E” from her first name. There were lots of Elizabeths in Hollywood, but no Lizabeth. Changing her name to something unique fit right in with the film industry’s appetite for new and unique talent. (She legally changed her name to Lizabeth Scott in 1949.)

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