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What Movie Did These Actresses Look The Most Beautiful?

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4 hours ago, LawrenceA said:

The Hallelujah Trail was a comedy. I'm not a fan of it, but some people are, I'm sure.

I found it nearly unwatchable. But I could not sit through more than 10 minutes or so of Hot Spell, so it is probably just me.

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6 minutes ago, Thenryb said:

I found it nearly unwatchable. But I could not sit through more than 10 minutes or so of Hot Spell, so it is probably just me.

REALLY?! You mean even WITH the very alluring Shirley Booth IN IT?! Talk about a BABE!!!

(...well, I know somebody around here who apparently thinks so anyway)

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Dargo said:

REALLY?! You mean even WITH the very alluring Shirley Booth IN IT?! Talk about a BABE!!!

(...well, I know somebody around here who apparently thinks so anyway)

 

 

I preferred Shirley MacLaine's look in that film......

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7 minutes ago, CinemaInternational said:

I preferred Shirley MacLaine's look in that film......

Yeah, now THAT Shirley truly IS a babe, alright...

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(...and have been a fan of hers since the very first time I watched her years ago as Fran Kubelik the cute as all hell elevator operator in that one Wilder flick)

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While I selected YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW as the film in which Sophia Loren was at her most beautiful, I have to say that she was absolutely breath taking in BOCCACCIO '70, among others, during the early '60s. I also have been of the opinion that Loren's beauty always looked more natural during her Italian films of that period than those she made in America.

Boccaccio '70 (1962):

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Of course she was still a stunner in the latter film but I was always aware that she was getting the FULL STUDIO GLAM treatment in her Hollywood films, detracting to a degree from the lady's natural sensual beauty that you saw on splendid display in the films made in her native land.

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18 hours ago, jamesjazzguitar said:

His two adventure \ action films,   South Sea Women and The Crimson Pirate are "lighter" fair for Burt,  but yea,   he doesn't have many.

 

TOUGH GUYS('86), his last film with Kirk Douglas, is listed as a comedy.  

And JAMES.....  Make points with your wife and get her copies of any Lancaster movies in which he shows his acrobatic skills.  Plenty of his youthful good physique to see in them.  ;)   And at least a copy of TRAPEZE ('56), with him AND GINA LOLLOBRIGIDA, you'll both have something good to watch!  ;) 

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2 hours ago, Sepiatone said:

TOUGH GUYS('86), his last film with Kirk Douglas, is listed as a comedy.  

And JAMES.....  Make points with your wife and get her copies of any Lancaster movies in which he shows his acrobatic skills.  Plenty of his youthful good physique to see in them.  ;)   And at least a copy of TRAPEZE ('56), with him AND GINA LOLLOBRIGIDA, you'll both have something good to watch!  ;) 

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Good point:  Tough Guys is much lighter fair for Burt and Kirk even if they are gangster,    it is all just for fun.

My wife and I have seen Trapeze (hey,  it stars an Italian!),  and she enjoyed the film and Burt's acting,  but this was another moody\dour\bitter type role for him.   

Like her Italian counter-part she favored Tony Curtis.           The film's four stars are all good looking from different backgrounds.    I can't get enough of Katy Jurado,  and Gina in those costumes,,,,.  

 

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:wub: Well, I can't get enough of KATY JURADO  regardless of the costume!  ;)   Had a "crush" on her even back in my single digit age  period.  :wub: 

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Grace Kelly -- Rear Window

Natalie Wood -- Splendor in the Grass

Elizabeth Taylor -- A Place in the Sun

Gene Tierney -- Laura

Audrey Hepburn -- My Fair Lady

Deborah Kerr -- The King and I

Lana Turner and  Donna Reed -- Green Dolphin Street

Sophia and Raquel are  great ladies but a little too earthy and fleshy for my taste,

but I'm a woman and prefer the ones who are  elegant and slender in  clothes,

rather than the ones who are most sexy out of them. 

{Am I the only one who noticed Sophia looks like she swallowed a cantaloupe in that bikini picture?}

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2 hours ago, hamradio said:

Seeing Audrey Hepburn in "My Fair Lady" wearing that ballgown.

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Funny but I never liked that look on Audrey.   Her ears are too pointy!

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21 hours ago, AndreaDoria said:

Grace Kelly -- Rear Window

Natalie Wood -- Splendor in the Grass

Elizabeth Taylor -- A Place in the Sun

Gene Tierney -- Laura

Audrey Hepburn -- My Fair Lady

Deborah Kerr -- The King and I

Lana Turner and  Donna Reed -- Green Dolphin Street

Sophia and Raquel are  great ladies but a little too earthy and fleshy for my taste,

but I'm a woman and prefer the ones who are  elegant and slender in  clothes,

rather than the ones who are most sexy out of them. 

{Am I the only one who noticed Sophia looks like she swallowed a cantaloupe in that bikini picture?}

yeah, who needs fleshy babes.

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The op's original 5 actresses named. 

 

Sophia Loren: in More Than A Miracle.

Grace Kelly: in Rear Window in the green suit.

Raquel Welch: in The Biggest Bundle of Them All.

Elke Sommer: I've only seen her in And Then There Were None, but from Google I would say circa the photo I included here.

Natalie Wood: Saved the best for last. Realistically for me it's every movie from Rebel Without A Cause onwards, but I'll say Cash McCall/West Side Story/Love With the Proper Stranger. 

 

 

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On 12/18/2019 at 5:26 PM, DougieB said:

I think Sophia looked really great in It Started in Naples.

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Hey, wait a minute, Is that Sophia or Maria Bartiromo?

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8 minutes ago, scsu1975 said:

Hey, wait a minute, Is that Sophia or Maria Bartiromo?

Yeah, there is some resemblance between the two ladies, isn't there.

(...however, I doubt Sophia is as knowledge about hedge funds as Maria is)

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On 12/16/2019 at 12:59 PM, speedracer5 said:

Did Lancaster ever appear in a comedy or even a romantic part (I know From Here to Eternity) ? I know that The Crimson Pirate has its moments.  In most of the Lancaster films I've seen, he tends to play a moody, cynical, etc. type character that delivers little snarky quips here and there. 

He seemed to me to be nearly natural in several scenes in: The Devil's Disciple (1959). It has been some years since I have watched it but I am fairly certain that there is at least one scene in which he actually and truly smiles.

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5 minutes ago, spence said:

WOW!

& still beautiful at 85,\\ strangely I was never hugely attracted to her either attracted to her e4ither only recent repect yrs duid I see what a beauty she was appropprourpahed by her either?

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7 hours ago, scsu1975 said:

Hey, wait a minute, Is that Sophia or Maria Bartiromo?

Is this one with The King?

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It is darn close for me,  but NATALIE W()OOD as DEANIE in Splendor in the Grass(l96l)

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On 12/18/2019 at 11:08 AM, Det Jim McLeod said:

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PAULIE, just now cayught the T

 

8 hours ago, Paulll said:

The op's original 5 actresses named. 

 

Sophia Loren: in More Than A Miracle.

Grace Kelly: in Rear Window in the green suit.

Raquel Welch: in The Biggest Bundle of Them All.

Elke Sommer: I've only seen her in And Then There Were None, but from Google I would say circa the photo I included here.

Natalie Wood: Saved the best for last. Realistically for me it's every movie from Rebel Without A Cause onwards, but I'll say Cash McCall/West Side Story/Love With the Proper Stranger. 

 

 

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T.H.A.N..X.!!!   have more then been deeply in love with her since a year before she left this world!

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