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Miss Nella Regini in Straccinaria, Famous Italian Silent Era Operetta Stage Actress in Exotic Glamour Fashion...Original RARE 1920s Postcard

Miss Nella Regini in Straccinaria, Famous Italian Silent Era Operetta Stage Actress in Exotic Glamour Fashion...Original RARE 1920s Postcard

Viola Dana in Revelation, 1924

Viola Dana in Revelation, 1924

Actrice Audrey Hepburn in her wedding dress

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Actrice Audrey Hepburn in her wedding dress

Actress Betty Compson in a spectacular wedding gown 1920s.jpg

Gatsby style: 1920s wedding inspiration - part 1

Actress Betty Compson in a spectacular wedding gown 1920s.jpg

JEANNE EAGLES Died October 3, 1929, Premature death fuelled by alcohol and heroin Jeanne Eagles was a talented actress and former Ziegfeld Follies girl who died aged 39 from a drugs overdose. She became the first actor to be posthumously nominated for an Oscar, losing out to Mary Pickford. She was a Broadway diva during the roaring Twenties and was believed to have self-medicated with drugs and drink to cope with the pressure of lengthy show runs and film commitments. She died after…

JEANNE EAGLES Died October 3, 1929, Premature death fuelled by alcohol and heroin Jeanne Eagles was a talented actress and former Ziegfeld Follies girl who died aged 39 from a drugs overdose. She became the first actor to be posthumously nominated for an Oscar, losing out to Mary Pickford. She was a Broadway diva during the roaring Twenties and was believed to have self-medicated with drugs and drink to cope with the pressure of lengthy show runs and film commitments. She died after…

Paramount Theatre lobby, 1930

Paramount Theatre lobby, 1930

Chateau Elysee  Before it was the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centrity Centre, the French-Normandy style castle on the corner of Franklin and Bronson was known as the Chateau Elysee. The Manor, as it was called in the 1930s, thrived as a residential hotel for famous actors like Bette Davis, Cary Grant, Clark Gable and Ginger Rogers.

Chateau Elysee Before it was the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centrity Centre, the French-Normandy style castle on the corner of Franklin and Bronson was known as the Chateau Elysee. The Manor, as it was called in the 1930s, thrived as a residential hotel for famous actors like Bette Davis, Cary Grant, Clark Gable and Ginger Rogers.

Rodolfo Valentino with Alla Nazimova

Rodolfo Valentino with Alla Nazimova

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Norma Shearer & Irving Thalberg at their October 3, 1927 wedding

Norma Shearer & Irving Thalberg at their October 3, 1927 wedding

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