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

> Hey sue2! I've been loving the Annie pics!


> I am finally getting caught up on my threads, and I think these hairstyles of Ona Munson's are worth a look:


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> Edited by: JackFavell on Aug 23, 2010 6:59 PM



THAT is some crazy hair! And such a contrast to Gene Tierney's lovely, tasteful upswept 'do, though all the ladies (and I use the term loosely) in that film benefitted from von Sterberg's diffused lighting.

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Tudor Do's and Tudor Don't's for February 1st...


Genevieve Bujold as Anne Boleyn in *Anne of the Thousand Days*...





Elsa Lancaster as Anne of Cleves from *The Private Life of Henry the VIII*...



Merle Oberon as Anne Boleyn in *The Private LIfe of Henry VIII...*



Claire Bloom in *Richard III.*..



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Shirley is mainly known for her no-nonsense pixie-doo, but she is in an Oscar-winning project filmed in Texas on TCM tonight....



...and deserves special BIG HAIR THREAD recognition for talent...






I think this was around the time *The Trouble With Harry* was filmed with Hitchcock and John Forsythe. She looked so waif-like yet troubled in this shot, I just had to include it. It is precious.



There is such a twinkle in those pair of eyes...was something going on here?





Lovely spirit of a survivor!

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*I just received this announcement by email!*



Leslie Caron and Other Special Guests to Appear at the 2011 TCM Classic Film Festival


TCM is thrilled to announce the latest additions to the 2011 TCM Classic Film Festival line up:


* Leslie Caron will be on hand for the opening night world premiere of the 60th anniversary restoration of AN AMERICAN IN PARIS (1951)


* Debbie Reynolds will introduce a screening of THE UNSINKABLE MOLLY BROWN (1964)


* Jane Powell will appear at screenings of SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS (1954) and ROYAL WEDDING (1951)


* Shirley Jones will introduce CAROUSEL (1956)


* In celebration of filmmaker Roger Corman's 85th birthday, he will host a special screening of his cult classic THE LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (1960)


* Filmmaker, author and historian Kevin Brownlow will introduce Erich von Stroheim's silent drama THE MERRY WIDOW (1925), with the Dutch composer Maud Nelissen performing the North American premiere of her original score live with a ten-person orchestra


* The world premiere of the 60th anniversary digital restoration of A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE (1951)


* The West Coast premiere of the newly restored LA DOLCE VITA (1960), presented in partnership with The Film Foundation and Gucci


* A screening of SHALL WE DANCE? (1937) as part of our tribute to George and Ira Gershwin

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Short hair, Big part...


Ingrid Bergman in *For Whom The Bell Tolls* on Thursday...



Elizabeth Taylor in *Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf ...*



Katherine Hepburn and Katherine Houghton in *Guess Who's Coming to Dinner* ?



Vivien Leigh in *A Streetcar Named Desire*

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