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Thelma Todd   (July 29, 1906 – December 16, 1935) Old Hollywood Actresses, Old Hollywood Stars, Hooray For Hollywood, Vintage Hollywood, Classic Hollywood, Actors & Actresses, Thelma Todd, Bessie Love, Laurel And Hardy

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Groucho (Groucho Marx) to Lucille (Thelma Todd): "Oh, why can't we break away from all this, just you and I, and lodge with my fleas in the hills? flee to my lodge in the hills." -- from Monkey Business directed by Norman Z. Hooray For Hollywood, Hollywood Stars, Hollywood Glamour, James Dean, Steve Jobs, Vintage Hollywood, Classic Hollywood, Zeppo Marx, Thelma Todd

Thelma Todd (1905-1935)

(Colorized by Lolita) Yet another sad Hollywood fate. Thelma Todd was an American actress, best remembered for her comedic parts in the M...

theladyingenue: capture of Thelma Todd ❤ (Art Deco) Old Hollywood Glamour, Hollywood Fashion, Golden Age Of Hollywood, Vintage Hollywood, Classic Hollywood, Hollywood Style, Vintage Love, Vintage Beauty, Vintage Ladies

theladyingenue: 1930’s capture of Thelma Todd ❤ (Art Deco)

theladyingenue: 1930’s capture of Thelma Todd ❤, a post from the blog Art Deco on Bloglovin’

Classic Beauty With Tragic Life: Glamorous Photos of Thelma Todd in the and ~ vintage everyday Classic Movie Stars, Classic Movies, Old Hollywood Glamour, Classic Hollywood, Vintage Hollywood, Hollywood Stars, Glenda Farrell, Thelma Todd, Laurel And Hardy

A rare candid shot of Hollywood legend Thelma Todd and her grapefruit beauty treatment, circa 1930s!

Alison Loyd (aka Thelma Todd), New Movie Magazine, Photographed by Elmer Fryer. Hollywood Images, Old Hollywood Stars, Hooray For Hollywood, Golden Age Of Hollywood, Vintage Hollywood, Classic Hollywood, Thelma Todd, Laurel And Hardy, Movie Magazine

Alison Loyd

"Alison Loyd" was a stage name Thelma Todd used in the movie CORSAIR, which was made in 1931. It wasn't a hit, so she went back t...