RIP Barbara Kent (1907-2011)
Photo: Barbara Kent in Welcome Danger (1929)
Barbara Kent was one of the last popular silent film actresses alive. In 1925, she was a brunette less than five feet tall. Some of the films that she appeared in are -  Flesh and the Devil (1926) alongside Greta Garbo, No Man’s Law (1927), Lonesome (1928), Welcome Danger (1929) and Feet First (1930).
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RIP Barbara Kent (1907-2011)

Photo: Barbara Kent in Welcome Danger (1929)

Barbara Kent was one of the last popular silent film actresses alive. In 1925, she was a brunette less than five feet tall. Some of the films that she appeared in are - Flesh and the Devil (1926) alongside Greta Garbo, No Man’s Law (1927), Lonesome (1928), Welcome Danger (1929) and Feet First (1930).

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Marlene Dietrich in The Devil is a Woman (1935) Costume design for Ms. Dietrich by Travis Banton
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Marlene Dietrich in The Devil is a Woman (1935)
Costume design for Ms. Dietrich by Travis Banton

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Joan Crawford portrait from Rain (1932)
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Joan Crawford portrait from Rain (1932)

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Maria Rohm in Venus in Furs (1969)
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Maria Rohm in Venus in Furs (1969)

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Greta Granstedt, Josephine Dunn, and Kathleen Clifford in Excess Baggage (1928)
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Greta Granstedt, Josephine Dunn, and Kathleen Clifford in Excess Baggage (1928)

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Brenda Marshall dries her hair on the set of The Smiling Ghost (1941), with help from fellow actor David Bruce and some borrowed power from the sound truck.
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Brenda Marshall dries her hair on the set of The Smiling Ghost (1941), with help from fellow actor David Bruce and some borrowed power from the sound truck.

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Phyllis Haver in Chicago (1927)
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Phyllis Haver in Chicago (1927)

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Marilyn Monroe, actor, New York City, May 6, 1957 Photo by Richard Avedon
"There was no such person as Marilyn Monroe. Marilyn Monroe was an invention of hers. A genius invention that she created, like an author creates a character. So when Marilyn Monroe put on a sequin dress and danced in the studio—I mean for hours she danced and sang and flirted, and did this thing." - Richard Avedon
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Marilyn Monroe, actor, New York City, May 6, 1957
Photo by Richard Avedon

"There was no such person as Marilyn Monroe. Marilyn Monroe was an invention of hers. A genius invention that she created, like an author creates a character. So when Marilyn Monroe put on a sequin dress and danced in the studio—I mean for hours she danced and sang and flirted, and did this thing." - Richard Avedon

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Anna Sten on a German postcard by Ross Verlag, 1931-1932
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Anna Sten on a German postcard by Ross Verlag, 1931-1932

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Shirley Anne Field in 1962
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Shirley Anne Field in 1962

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Frances Dee in If I Were King (1938) Costume design by Edith Head
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Frances Dee in If I Were King (1938)
Costume design by Edith Head

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Sherry Jackson as android Andrea in the Star Trek episode What are Little Girls Made Of? which originally aired in 1966.
Posted for Varland Gear: A full-length photo of the jumpsuit.

Sherry Jackson as android Andrea in the Star Trek episode What are Little Girls Made Of? which originally aired in 1966.

Posted for Varland Gear: A full-length photo of the jumpsuit.