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  1. A Place in the Sun is Elizabeth Taylor's best stake to the title of Most Beautiful Classic Hollywood Actress. Liz was 17 (!) at the time. (The movie was shot in the 4th quarter of 1949). Rear Window is one of Grace Kelly's principal stakes to the same title. Excellent choices FilmNoirGuy.
  2. I agree she's an excellent actress. Her performance in In a Lonely Place (1950) was particularly outstanding. In addition, her looks in this film qualify her for consideration as one of Hollywood's most beautiful classic actresses (not top of the charts, IMO, but somewhere on the list).
  3. TCM has not shown this wonderful movie in over 3 years. Please show it again ASAP.
  4. This woman was one of MGM's three "dance team beauties" of the 1940s and early 1950s. The other two were Dorothy (Gilmore) Raye and Dorothy Tuttle. All three got extraordinary numbers of face shots and "shot inclusion" for uncredited dancers. The two Dorothys actually appeared briefly in non-musicals when the studio wanted a "pretty girl" prominently featured in a shot. This may have been true of Charlotte as well, although I have yet to see her so used. I've seen threads elsewhere through the years trying to figure out her name. I found this thread after seeing the name "Charlott
  5. There is a newer thread concerning this woman. Search for "Charlotte Hunter." I too have seen her in numerous musicals. Along with Dorothy (Gilmore) Raye and Dorothy Tuttle, she was one of MGM's most beautiful dancers. Each got considerably more "face time" and "shot inclusion" than the average uncredited dancer.
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