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Female Stars

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Marian Nixon (Bizarre Los Angeles)
Marian Nixon (Bizarre Los Angeles)
“A funny thing about it is that when I was under contract to Fox they were always lending me to Universal. Now that I have a U contract they lend me to Fox. Just a wandering ingénue.” – Marian Nixon  (Bizarre Los Angeles)

★ Marian Nixon

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“I used to have a temper. Not a terrible one, but still I could blow my top occasionally. It happened most often when I was at work.” — Alice Faye (Bizarre Los Angeles)
“I can’t remember when I didn’t want to be an actress." -- Alice Faye in 1934. (Bizarre Los Angeles)
Click for Alice Faye's recipe for Jiffy Mayonnaise (a salad dressing). This one looks pretty simple and it is from the 1930s.

★ Alice Faye

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Alice Joyce, knighted. (Bizarre Los Angeles)
Alice Joyce (Bizarre Los Angeles)
Alice Joyce (Bizarre Los Angeles)

★ Alice Joyce

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"It's a grand business. I've no illusions about it, yet with each picture, even the old stuff rehashed, I always pep up and am happy, just to be working again." -- Alice White (Bizarre Los Angeles)
"We think we are so important, and that the whole world is watching us. I have been making personal appearances in little towns all over the country. I learned that people outside of Hollywood live and are happy. If some of these players who think the whole world rotates around them could get the reaction of people in little towns they would soon forget to be conceited." -- Alice White in 1932.  Source: Louella Parsons. Bizarre Los Angeles.

★ Alice White

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Alla Nazimova (Bizarre Los Angeles)

★ Alla Nazimova

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"Adrienne Ames knows how to wear clothes -- what very few women possess. She's always alert to style trends and articulates them. She buys plenty of clothes." -- Travis Benton, 1930s Paramount Studios costume designer. (Bizarre Los Angeles)
Film players Frances Dee, Adrienne Ames and Judith Wood at the beach in the early 1930s. (Bizarre Los Angeles)
"I'm not going to stay if I find out that I'm to be just another hanger-on. If I don't make the grade I'm not going to waste my own time or the studio's." -- Adrienne Ames.   Bizarre Los Angeles.

★ Adrienne Ames

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"College was one of the things I missed in life. It's a lot more fun than having tutors." -- Anita Louise (Bizarre Los Angeles)
Anita Louise – Hollywood Veteran | Bizarre Los Angeles
Anita Louise (Bizarre Los Angeles)

★ Anita Louise

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★ Anita Page

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Angelina Jolie in 'The Tourist'.
Angelina Jolie made a decision to have a preventive double mastectomy. Photo after she had breast implant reconstruction. Recently she also had laproscopic surgery to remove her ovaries because her mom, Marcheline Bertrand, died of ovarian cancer. This is not easy choice but Angelina is being preventative to see her kids grow up. She is all recovered. Ovarian surgery was done after she had a scare of results showed possible ovarian cancer -Mari Parrilla
Angelina Jolie photographed by Patrick Demarchelier

★ Angelina Jolie

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"I don't think that Hollywood affects people as much as they think. Too many persons are apt to blame external affairs for internal defects of character. If they didn't have something wrong with their inner lives Hollywood wouldn't affect them in the least." -- Ann Harding (Bizarre Los Angeles)
Ann Harding's home.  7430 Pyramid Place. Built in 1930, it featured five bedrooms and six baths. The square footage was approximately 6,477 Sq Ft on a 87,250.68 Sq Ft lot. 20 rooms in all.  Harding sold the home to Rudy Vallee in the 1940s.  Bizarre Los Angeles.
“Nobody likes to live in a goldfish bowl. Whatever charm and dignity an actor may possess are ruined if delved into too deeply.” — Ann Harding  (Bizarre Los Angeles)

★ Ann Harding

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"At MGM, I always played the second feminine lead. I was never the star in films. I was the brassy, good-hearted showgirl. I never really had my big moment on the screen. Broadway gave me the stardom that my soul kind of yearned for." -- Ann Miller (Bizarre Los Angeles)
"I was born with a veil over my face and I'm very psychic." -- Ann Miller (Bizarre Los Angeles)
"There's definitely a place for real glamor -- and a real woman must be in her late 30's or early 40's because the young ones haven't the foggiest idea what it's all about." -- Ann Miller in 1971. Here she is in 1991, still larger than life.  Source: interviewer Sondra Gorney. (Bizarre Los Angeles)

★ Ann Miller

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"Sex appeal? I'm not sure what it is, but whatever it is, this much I can tell you: I didn't always have it." -- Ann Sheridan (Bizarre Los Angeles)
A dramatic, beautiful photo of Ann Sheridan.
Ann Sheridan (Bizarre Los Angeles)

★ Ann Sheridan

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“There’s never been anything scandalous about me, and to come out clean is pretty damn good.” — Ann Sothern (Bizarre Los Angeles)
Ann Sothern (Bizarre Los Angeles)
Ann Sothern (Bizarre Los Angeles)

★ Ann Sothern

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Anna May Wong (Bizarre Los Angeles)
Anna May Wong (Bizarre Los Angeles)
“It’s a pretty sad situation to be rejected by the Chinese because I am too American.” – Anna May Wong, who was born in Los Angeles in 1905. (Bizarre Los Angeles)

★ Anna May Wong

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Anna Q. Nilsson (Bizarre Los Angeles)
Blockade (1928) with Anna Q. Nilsson ~ Bizarre Los Angeles
Silent film star Anna Q. Nilsson. Bizarre Los Angeles

★ Anna Q. Nilsson

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We Live Again (1934). With Anna Sten &  Fredric March. Bizarre Los Angeles.
Caricature of Anna Sten, Marlene Dietrich, Greta Garbo and Katharine Hepburn. Artist: W. Cotton. 1934.
Anna Sten (Bizarre Los Angeles)

★ Anna Sten

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"People have preconceived ideas about actresses which aren't particularly good. If you've worked in Hollywood, you're tarred with every scandal that's ever sullied the film industry." -- Anne Baxter
"I'm tired of stepping in for people. Hell, I went through it for 14 bloody years at Fox. Anytime anybody didn't want to do anything, I had to step in." -- Anne Baxter (Bizarre Los Angeles)
“I’m definitely a person of moods. Sometimes I will want to be in a crowd of 10,000. Other times I’m happy only when I’m absolutely alone.” — Anne Baxter

★ Anne Baxter

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Anne Francis Honey West doll
“As young as I was when I came to Hollywood, I never allowed myself to get caught up in…I suppose you’d call it extreme glamour.” – Anne Francis (Bizarre Los Angeles)
Anne Francis in Forbidden Planet (1956)

★ Anne Francis

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Humphrey Bogart & Audrey Hepburn...Sabrina (1954) -- Bizarre Los Angeles
“The beauty of a woman must be seen from in her eyes, because that is the doorway to her heart, the place where love resides.” – Audrey Hepburn (Bizarre Los Angeles)
"I have an opinion of myself which doesn't change. Everything happens around and outside that. These other things are exciting, wonderful and pleasant to hear. But I don't think for one minute I'm the greatest since Garbo." -- Audrey Hepburn in 1954, after winning critical praise for her role in the 1954 Broadway play, Ondine.   Photo: Milton Greene. (Bizarre Los Angeles)

★ Audrey Hepburn

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"What I'd really like to say about stardom is that it gave me everything I never wanted." -- Ava Gardner.   The photo is a behind-the-scenes gag taken on the set of Singapore (1947).
Ciros restaurant - Ava Gardner & Mickey Rooney with young Paramount Studios starlet Ann Harris. Photo by JOSEPH JASGUR. Bizarre Los Angeles.
Ava Gardner.

★ Ava Gardner

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Barbara La Marr (Bizarre Los Angeles)
Barbara La Marr (Bizarre Los Angeles)
“Clothes bore me. I hate to shop. I am not interested in clothes. They make no difference in my life….[M]y secretary is exactly my size. If I want anything, she can go to the fittings for me.” — Barbara La Marr (Bizarre Los Angeles)

★ Barbara La Marr

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Barbara Stanwyck in 1951. (Bizarre Los Angeles)
Barbara Stanwyck – Photos and Quotes | Bizarre Los Angeles
"Well, if I'm not going to be happy here, if I'm not even going to have the satisfaction of making good pictures, I may as well quit. I can go back to the dramatic stage...If that fails me I can still turn cartwheels...And if both of those things fail me...well, I know I can scrub floors." -- Barbara Stanwyck. Source: Adele Whitely Fletcher (1932) Bizarre Los Angeles

★ Barbara Stanwyck

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Bebe Daniels (Bizarre Los Angeles)
"Oh, please see the publicity director. I don't like to talk about myself." -- Bebe Daniels (Bizarre Los Angeles)

★ Bebe Daniels

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“Everyone is so good to me. It will be a wonder if I’m not spoiled.” – Bessie Love in 1917. (Bizarre Los Angeles)
Bessie Love (Bizarre Los Angeles)

★ Bessie Love

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Bette Davis – photos and quotes | Bizarre Los Angeles
Joan Blondell and Bette Davis, circa 1933.
“I hold no truck with the wailing about ‘the good old days.’ The days I’m having now seem mighty good to me. I like it here in Hollywood. I love working in pictures, and I have been very, very lucky.” — Bette Davis (Bizarre Los Angeles)

★ Bette Davis

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