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Fabulous at Every Age: 11 Looks That Never Get Old

From a 9-year-old Oscar nominee to a 97-year-old sprinter, 11 beauties model their signature looks, proving that great style never gets old.

The stunning Rita Moreno throughout time, aging beautifully like no other. Born December Moreno is a Puerto Rican singer, dancer, and actress. She is the only Latina and one of the few. Rita Moreno, Vintage Hollywood, Hollywood Glamour, Hollywood Stars, Classic Hollywood, Hollywood Icons, West Side Story, Divas, Old Hollywood Actresses

Wednesday pictorial: Rita Moreno...........

A little Chicago, and a hellovalotta Flint.....add some Lucky Strikes, a six of Schlitz, a shot of Beam, a couple games of cribbage, some blind robins and hot sauce...a pinch more Flint, and a huge collection of tunes.....dig in

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Rita Moreno (born December 11, 1931) is a Puerto Rican singer, dancer and actress. She is the only Hispanic and one of the few performers to have won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar, and a Tony, and was the second Puerto Rican to win an Academy Award. Moreno won the Best Supporting Actress Academy Award for the film West Side Story. She is 82 years old.

Rosa Dolores Alverio was born on December 1931 in Humacao, Puerto Rico. Rita Moreno, Old Hollywood Stars, Classic Hollywood, Hollywood Icons, Vintage Hollywood, Hollywood Glamour, Vintage Black Glamour, Cinema, The Most Beautiful Girl

Pinup Girl of the Month: June: Rita Moreno

Rosa Dolores Alverio was born on December 11th, 1931 in Humacao, Puerto Rico. She moved with her mother to New York City at the age of five and adopted the surname of her step-father, Edward Moreno. She began dance lessons shortly after her arrival with Paco Cansino (Rita Hayworth's uncle). By the time she was eleven she was lending her voice to spanish language version of American films. Her first Broadway role was at thirteen and in 1954 she was on the cover Life Magazine (impressive I…