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Best smile for me goes to Betty Grable who always had an impish and mischievous type of smile which made her look very unpredictable, another smile I love is that of grown up Shirley Temple in 'The Bachelor and the Bobbysoxer' again like Betty Grable its a smile thats a little impish and cheeky.

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Ladies:

 

Ingrid Bergman - thoroughly charming

Greer Garson - elegant & lovely

Olivia de Havilland - demure & sweet

Deborah Kerr - the lady grand

Ava Gardner - sultry siren

 

Gents:

 

Cary Grant - a sly fox

Errol Flynn - a hunky rogue

Ronald Colman - cutie-pie shy

Dana Andrews - sexy cool

Gregory Peck - yeah, its ALL ABOUT ME!

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Maureen O'Hara had a great smile ,when she smiles there is this look that tells you she is up to something.In the Quiet Man the looks that she has when she tells John Wayne she is going home to get the supper after his huge brawl with her brother she has this smirk upon her face,and it is classic .

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Maureen O' Hara is the MOST underrated and iILL-USED Actress of the studio era! Linda Darnell # 2!-YES she has a GREAT SMILE AND DON'T miss her commetary on the recent DVD release,"The Black Swan"!

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