georgiegirl

Oh, that face, that fabulous face. Whose is it?

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georgiegirl is the winner

a young Bette Davis

 

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famous sisters

the one on the left looks most like her famous self

made a goof

 

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Some of my posts don't seem to be arriving promptly, making it appear that I'm responding to some of these after the answer was already given.

 

But anyway, here's another answer: Are two of these young ladies Joan and Constance Bennett?

 

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Well, I know a few set of sisters. The Gumm Sisters, but Judy was the baby so that's out. The Lane Sisters, but I think there were four of them and Priscilla was the baby there, I believe. The Gish Sisters, but I thought there was only two of them. Hmm. I have to think on this some more.

 

What I did discover doing this, the men are easier to spot than the women. I guess that's because the males don't go from scrubbed faces to make-up and hair color and style changes. Men have it so easy! lol

 

There's also the Andrew Sisters, but, nah, not them, either. Hmm, back to thinking on this one.

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That girl has some amazing eyes

 

not that great of a picture but he sure liked his dogs.

 

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Hmm, I don't know if your comment, "he liked his dogs" is a statement on the dogs being in the pic with him, or if it's a play on words, as in dogs meaning his feet, indicating a dancer. lol

 

But...

 

I have two guesses. Buddy Epsen or Spencer Tracey. How's that for diversity? lol

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No it had nothing to do with who he was

sorry :(

 

He was part of a brother act and then left

 

(I like dogs too)

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I like dogs too.

 

Brother act, humph. Can't be a Marx; his hair is too light.

 

I can't believe no one out there got this one yet. Ya' dun good! lol

 

Curly?!

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It's the young Zeppo Marx

GG don't doubt yourself

(and don't forget the men of yesteryear used tonic and alwyas kept their hair nice and slick which makes the hair appear darker)

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I was going to say Harpo. I know he liked dogs as an adult. Well, it was either him or Curly who did. lol

 

Not as clever as yours, but here's another from me.

 

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Harpo loved dogs

this face is bugging me because it looks so familiar but i just can't put a name on it.

something's telling me she wasn't a natural platinum blonde ;)

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That blonde lady is Paulette Goddard, in the early thirties, about 1932 when she was appeared unbilled in a few Hal Roach films and Goldwyn musicals.

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is that a boy or a girl?

she/he has a little squished expression like Betty Grable had sometimes

but i'm sure that's not her

 

 

(and I knew that platinum hair was screwing me up, - Paulette Goddard)

 

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A certain very famous blonde actress who worked in the 1950's mostly at 20th Century-Fox, then played an an all-girl band and met a guy who talked like Cary Grant?

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