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Tony Stella Nov 14
Replying to @studiotstella
Poster/ sketches for "The Lady from Shanghai" - 1947 by
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Roy Orbison Jr Jun 3
Rita Hayworth playing guitar
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Milena 🦉 Oct 17
... Hate is a very exciting emotion. Haven't you noticed? Very exciting. I hate you too, Johnny. I hate you so much, I think I'm gonna die from it. Darling. Y te odio tanto, que creo que voy a morir de amor. Cariño. Inmortal en Gilda, 1946 ⭐
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Hollywood Yesterday ✨🎄 Jul 25
Rita Hayworth was born Margarita Carmen Cansino in Brooklyn in 1918. Her father, Eduardo (a dancer), had emigrated to America from Spain in 1913. Her American mother (Volga Margaret) was mostly of Irish descent. ♥️
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Monika Henreid Oct 17
Birthday remembrance to gorgeous friend and neighbor, Rita Hayworth, October 17, 1918. The Welles’ daughter, Rebecca was my playmate.. Rita was so lovely and graceful🌟♥️
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Ann-Marie Oct 17
Remembering on her birthday.
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Candice Doll Oct 8
Every woman looks good in red lipstick, but not every woman looks great in the same red lipstick , ❤
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Lorraine Hickman Mar 11
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Candice Doll Nov 12
was an American actress and dancer. She achieved fame during the 1940s 💕
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Bobby Castro Apr 23
"No hay banda. This is all a tape recording." Mulholland Drive (2001) David Lynch
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HazelNut Nov 24
The best looking girl at Warners meets the best looking girl at Columbia. and . Wow
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The Hollywood Museum Feb 15
This photo of being made up by is on display in the very room where the photo was taken.
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films and filming Oct 17
Pin-Up of the Past: Rita Hayworth - f&f 09/83
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Alejandro Mogollo Oct 17
Remembering the stunning Rita Hayworth, aka Margarita Carmen Cansino, on her birthday. I also took the opportunity to do a needed update to this artwork I did a while ago.
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WallaceReid* Apr 6
A 1938 photo of along with an original Irving Lippman photographer's stamp, with the Columbia Pictures description promoting the 1938 film "Murder In Swingtime"
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VinnieHarris94 May 30
The love goddess in all her glory.
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Aurora in a Pear Tree Jul 18
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Eva A. Oct 17
"You Were Never Lovelier" (1942) "I never really thought of myself as a sex goddess; I felt I was more a comedian who could dance."
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Curiocide Nov 27
Day 27: Best Narrator: Michael O'Hara, Irish sailor played by in (1947) also starring & written, produced, & directed by Welles
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SylviaJulie 11h
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