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Our Favorite Brunettes


JackFavell

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You are coming very close to getting run over by a little red corvette... or maybe I should

say, a little red wagon train.

 

What did I do?! Nothing, that's what! I've been a kind and loving gentleman. Is Grace

Kelly a brunette? :P

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Hope Emerson:

 

 

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With Lee Patrick

 

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from Elmer Rice's Street Scene

 

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Oh Wow... Wendy.. I LOVE these Hope Emerson pics... I think this is my most fave of all in your whole entire thread... VERY speciall...

 

They are all terrific... she does look like she was a person who loved to laugh.. I hope so, anyway.. (and I like the Blacksmith pic too.. plus some of those "glamorous" early shots of her as well.)

 

But I really like the last one.. the Christmas card w/ her dog... it reminds me of some of the old family photos I have that used to belong to my Grandma.. OH ME... the memories of looking at those pics from the 50's and 60's... I am getting whooshy eyed just thinking about it... ha.

 

Anyway.. I just like that is makes her seem like "one of us'... ha. You know.. a "real" person instead of a "Hollywood" persona...

 

Thanks again for posting these...

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Howdy, Sandy!

 

The blacksmith shot is from a play called *Swing Your Lady* which was produced in 1936. The plot is about a promoter who brings a dim-witted wrestler to the Ozarks to fight a female blacksmith. The wrestler falls for the blacksmith and says he won't fight her. However, the blacksmith has a big Ozark boyfriend to contend with.

 

A movie was made in 1938, and Louise Fazenda got the role of Sadie Horn, female blacksmith.

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Ro -

 

>But I really like the last one.. the Christmas card w/ her dog... it reminds me of some of the old family photos I have that used to belong to my Grandma.. OH ME... the memories of looking at those pics from the 50's and 60's... I am getting whooshy eyed just thinking about it... ha.

 

That's exactly the feeling I got from that photo, and that is why I included it! I wanted to show how good an actress the woman who played in *Caged* and *Cry of the City* really was... because all along she was somebody's wonderful cousin Hope.

 

There are more photos here:

 

http://www.sumshee.com/hope-emerson.html

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> {quote:title=mrroberts wrote:}{quote}

> I wish I was good at posting pictures. I have a few stills of Jean Peters and Jeanne Crain from the 1953 movie Vicki. They are sisters in the story. Anyone out there have those pictures who can post them?

 

I can sure try and look around for them, if they're online. I'll try and do that as soon as I get a chance and I'll post them - if somebody doesn't beat me to it! :D

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Thanks for the great pics. I have several of them, just have no luck trying to post them. I believe Jean Peters is greatly unappreicated , she was a good actress, and certainly very attractive. And what more can be said about Jeanne Crain? Understand they were good friends in real life too.

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