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GORGEOUS WOMEN OF THE SILVER SCREEN

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  :)  I'm the biggest Norma Shearer fan there is so those photos were very much appreciated.  Also the many faces of Lucille Ball,  I can't believe that somebody so versatile wasn't a bigger star in films.  She definitely was made for red hair as she looks better with it than blonde even in the b&w shots.  

 

I didn't realize much of the same could be said about Paulette Goddard.  I've never been that big an admirer of hers; perhaps I need to look at more of her work.  Ah, the joys of continuing education!    

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Thanks for the continuing great shots of these beautiful stars.  Paulette sure has been making my day.  Just a couple of minor points: in the posts before Paulette and Carole, you have one of Joan Bennett with Rhonda Fleming's name (whose photo is next), and in the previous post, it says Ava Gardner but it's Joan Crawford.  But please keep up the great work.

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Thanks for the continuing great shots of these beautiful stars.  Paulette sure has been making my day.  Just a couple of minor points: in the posts before Paulette and Carole, you have one of Joan Bennett with Rhonda Fleming's name (whose photo is next), and in the previous post, it says Ava Gardner but it's Joan Crawford.  But please keep up the great work.

Thanks, I must've mixed em up, thanks for lettin' me know about those mistakes. Paulette Goddard has sure as hell made my day, week, month, year & then some. I've always seen her in Chaplin's flicks but it wasn't untill researching & discovering more about her the more & more I like her. What a beauitful soul, spirit, actress, human being, the whole nine. If anyone checked out my new thread dedicated to Miss Goddard, I recently discovered that Mis Goddard & I share the same birthday (although the year is debateable). Thanks again for the positive feedback.

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