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Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire  ca.1939

judywald: Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire “ From the 1939 movie “The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle” ”

Marjorie Reynolds and Fred Astaire in Holiday Inn, 1942. Beautiful picture, especially since the movie is black & white.

Marjorie Reynolds and Fred Astaire in Holiday Inn, Beautiful picture, especially since the movie is black white. I am very happy to finally know what color her dress is underneath the black :D

La actriz Lauren Bacall junto a Frank Sinatra y la actriz Kim Novak GETTY IMAGES 13/08/2014

Lauren Bacall Photos - In this handout photo provided by the Las Vegas News Bureau Archives, (L-R) Lauren Bacall, Frank Sinatra and Kim Novak are seen at the Sands Hotel on September 1956 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Betty Grable, 1940s

Betty Grable - Dec 1916 - Jul 1973 (age Cause of death: Lung Cancer Notable Work: having the most beautiful legs in Hollywood

Academy Award winning actor/Director Ray Milland was born today 1-3 in 1907. Some of his many films include The Lost Weekend, Dial M for Murder and Oliver's dad in Love Story. He passed in 1986.

Academy Award winning actor/Director Ray Milland was born today in Some of his many films include The Lost Weekend, Dial M for Murder and Oliver's dad in Love Story. He passed in

Clark Gable and Carole Lombard, press conference after their wedding

Clark Gable and Carole Lombard, press conference after their wedding

The last footage of Carole Lombard, January 15, 1942. Here seen in Indianapolis during her war bond tour. Carole’s last-minute decision to fly home instead of taking the train would take her life only 24 hours later

The last footage of Carole Lombard, January Here seen in Indianapolis during her war bond tour. Carole’s last-minute decision to fly home instead of taking the train would take her life only 24 hours later

Clark Gable and Carole Lombard sharing a loving look while out on the town. I'm diggin' Clark's snazzy shoes!

Clark Gable and Carole Lombard sharing a loving look while out on the town. I'm diggin' Clark's snazzy shoes!

On 3/29/1939, during a break in production on Gone with the Wind, Gable and Lombard were married. Despite being married twice more, Gable chose to be interred beside Lombard in Forest Lawn Memorial Park when he died in 1960.

Clark Gable loved his second wife Carole Lombard that after her death (airplane crash) he lost 20 lbs. He married again 2 more times, but friends reported that he never regained his spark of life.

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