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Vintage Glamour Girls: Dolores Gray

Vintage Glamour Girls: Dolores Gray

Anna May Wong (1920s) Considered the first Chinese American movie star, She was also the first Asian American actress to gain international fame. Wong was significantly limited by the contemporary treatment of race in America. She was considered foreign (despite being born in Los Angeles),& was cast in stereotypically exotic roles; additionally, anti-miscegenation laws prevented Wong from sharing an on-screen kiss with any actor of another race.

Anna May Wong (1920s) Considered the first Chinese American movie star, She was also the first Asian American actress to gain international fame. Wong was significantly limited by the contemporary treatment of race in America. She was considered foreign (despite being born in Los Angeles),& was cast in stereotypically exotic roles; additionally, anti-miscegenation laws prevented Wong from sharing an on-screen kiss with any actor of another race.

Clever

Clever

Anna Magnani con Totò in Risate di gioia di Mario Monicelli, 1960. Foto di Vittorio Mazza

Anna Magnani con Totò in Risate di gioia di Mario Monicelli, 1960. Foto di Vittorio Mazza

Ethel Merman

Ethel Merman

Annex - Sothern, Ann (Lady Be Good)_01.jpg (2382×2975)

Annex - Sothern, Ann (Lady Be Good)_01.jpg (2382×2975)

Jean and Gladys George

Jean and Gladys George

Paulette Goddard in Chaplin's Modern Times

Paulette Goddard in Chaplin's Modern Times

The best loved child star of all time was Shirley Temple, a talented little girl who had audiences eating out of her hand back in the 30s and 40s. Temple starred in 24 films, from Poor Little Rich Girl to The Little Princess. In just about all of them, she sings, dances, winks, and smiles, melting the cold hearts of the crooks and corporate executives she encounters in the storylines. Her character is called upon to solve problems, bring people together, or otherwise act as a sort of good…

The best loved child star of all time was Shirley Temple, a talented little girl who had audiences eating out of her hand back in the 30s and 40s. Temple starred in 24 films, from Poor Little Rich Girl to The Little Princess. In just about all of them, she sings, dances, winks, and smiles, melting the cold hearts of the crooks and corporate executives she encounters in the storylines. Her character is called upon to solve problems, bring people together, or otherwise act as a sort of good…

Dolores Gray

Dolores Gray

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