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Kid Dabb

Oh, that face, that fabulous face II - Post 1950's. Whose is it?

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Sorry guyz - twinkeee DID IT AGAIN!!! :) good pick!

h2. *This is David Hasselhoff*

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> {quote:title=twinkeee wrote:}{quote}Can't say I recognized his eyes this time...he's had soo many 'eye lifts'..hard to recognize...

This is when he still looked 'human'. :)

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:) You got her, lavenderblue!! Just as I was posting a clue.. Nice pick!!

h2. *This is Michelle Pfeiffer*

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All three of us are posting at the same time. lavenderblue got the answer just before you posted

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> {quote:title=dpompper wrote:}{quote}Thank gawd there's no audio. I can't stand her laugh.

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:) You're wearin' me down, twinkeee - YES! she's --Julie Robers-- Julia Roberts

h2. *This is Julia Roberts*

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I hate to sound like Goldilocks but I wish there was a thread about these fabulous faces that was 'just right'.

 

The initial one started to focus on silent movie stars and I only know a handful of them. This thread is now focused on NON studio era actors. Most of the time I can guess who it is right off the bat, but I really don't care much for these actors to begin with.

 

Thus my porridge is either too hot or too cold! :) But I'll survive.

 

 

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Porridge is highly overrated, anyway. :)

 

 

KD is putting in a lot of time and we thank him/her!

 

 

This last photo has got me baffled.

 

 

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You make an excellent point.

 

I know. The difficulty here is (both threads), you either know them or you don't. There's not much in the gray area(s). One major credit to the studio era's side is having to do the research - win or lose, so to speak. For some of us (more, I would hope) the discovery process is more valuable than immediate knowledge. For me it's not the knowing, or not, who the silent actress is that piques my interest, it's the chase. The more time and effort you put into it the more proficient you become at sifting through the massive amounts of information - then it becomes fun.

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I'm baffled at the last photo too. I'm beginning to think someone tagged this pic with the wrong name because it don't look nuttin' like who 'they' say it is. All I can say now is, this isn't Jimi Hendrix :)

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dpompper; I agree with you, both Kid , Fred & others have put in a great deal of time and excellent knowledge and if anything we should be grateful to them.

 

 

No one has to play if they don't want to, so not to worry, right !

 

 

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