A Collection of Photos Feat. Hollywood Actresses With Cigarette Holders

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Marlene Dietrich via

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Five Came Back, Lucille ball, 1939 via

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Lupe Velez, 1941 via

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Rita Hayworth, Colombia ictures, 1940s via

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Sunset Boulevard, Gloria Swanson, 1950 via

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Anita Ekberg, with a cigarette holder via

Grace Kelly Posing Harborside at the Cannes film festival (1955)

In 1955 Grace Kelly headed to the Cannes Film Festival an American delegate, here she met her future husband, Prince Rainier III, who she married in April 1956.

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Grace Kelly Grace Kelly posing harborside at Cannes 1955 Sipa Press / Rex Features via

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Grace Kelly posing harborside at Cannes, 1955 via

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Grace Kelly posing harborside at Cannes, 1955 via

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Grace Kelly posing harborside at Cannes, 1955 via

The Queen Meets Marilyn Monroe At The Royal Premiere Of The Battle Of The River Plate (1956)

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Her Majesty the Queen shakes hands with the stars during presentations before the Royal Command Film Performance of the film Battle of the River Plate, 1956 via

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Her Majesty the Queen shakes hands with Marilyn Monroe during presentations before the Royal Command Film Performance of the film Battle of the River Plate, 1956 via

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Her Majesty the Queen shakes hands with Marilyn Monroe during presentations before the Royal Command Film Performance of the film Battle of the River Plate, 1956 via

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Her Majesty the Queen shakes hands with Marilyn Monroe during presentations before the Royal Command Film Performance of the film Battle of the River Plate, 1956 via

Marilyn Monroe & Arthur Miller Wedding (1956)

On June 29th Marilyn Monroe  and Arthur Miller held a press conference at Miller’s house in Roxbury, Connecticut, whose local newspaper had dryly announced the day before that:

 ‘Local Resident Will Marry Miss Monroe of Hollywood’… ‘Roxbury Only Spot in World to Greet News Calmly’.

Once the 400 pressmen had gone away, the couple sneaked off to the Westchester County Court House in nearby White Plains, where they were married.  There was not a solitary pressman or flash camera in sight.

A traditional Jewish rite later went ahead on July 1st at the home of Miller’s agent, Kay Brown, near Katonah.

Marilyn was given away by her acting teacher Lee Strasberg. There were twenty-five guests and the ceremony was performed by Rabbi Robert Goldberg.

The writer George Axelrod made a witty speech congratulating the happy couple and adapting George Bernard Shaw to wish that their children would have Arthur’s looks and Marilyn’s brains.

The newlyweds soon went off to London for the filming of The Prince and the Showgirl.

The marriage lasted five years.

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 Marilyn Monroe And Arthur Miller Wedding July 1st 1956 via

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 Marilyn Monroe And Arthur Miller Wedding July 1st 1956 via

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Marilyn Monroe And Arthur Miller Wedding July 1st 1956 via

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Marilyn Monroe And Arthur Miller Wedding July 1st 1956 via

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Marilyn Monroe And Arthur Miller Wedding July 1st 1956

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Marilyn Monroe And Arthur Miller Wedding July 1st 1956

Jean Seberg in her wedding dress (1958)

On September 5, 1958, Jean Seberg married François Moreuil, a French lawyer, age 23, in Marshalltown after having met in France 15 months earlier. They divorced in 1960.

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Jane Seberg in her wedding dress, 1958

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Jane Seberg in her wedding dress, 1958

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Jane Seberg & François Moreuil, 1958

Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer Wedding (1954)

The marriage of Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer took place in Burgenstock, Switzerland, where they made their home.They married at a private civil ceremony on 24 September 1954 attended by close friends and family, followed by a service at the local Protestant chapel the following day.

The couple had been introduced at a party hosted by Hepburn’s co-star in Roman Holiday, Gregory Peck.

Her next role in Sabrina, released shortly after her wedding in October 1954, established a life-long working relationship and close friendship with Hubert de Givenchy, who designed the vast majority of her wardrobe from then on. However, on the occasion of this, her first marriage, Hepburn wore a gown of white organdie by French couturier and costume designer, Pierre Balmain.

Hepburn and Ferrer had a son, Sean, and divorced, at Hepburn’s instigation, in December 1968 (source).

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Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer on their wedding day on Sept 25th, 1954 © Bettmann/CORBIS via

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Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer on their wedding day on Sept 25th, 1954

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Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer on their wedding day on Sept 25th, 1954 by Ernst Haas via

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Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer on their wedding day on Sept 25th, 1954 by Ernst Haas via

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Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer on their wedding day on Sept 25th, 1954 via

Audrey while making The Unforgiven. Photos by Inge Morath (1959)

The Unforgiven is a 1960 American western film filmed in Durango, Mexico. It was directed by John Huston and has the unusual casting of Audrey Hepburn.

Magnum Photos Agency photographer Inge Morath had met director John Huston while she was living in London, Morath worked on several of his films.

The Unforgiven, uncommonly for its time, spotlights the issue of racism against Native Americans and people believed to have Native American blood in the Old West.

Aside from this the film is most notable for its behind-the-scenes problems. Production was suspended for several months in 1959 after Hepburn broke her back when she fell off a horse while rehearsing a scene. Although she eventually recovered, the accident was blamed for a subsequent miscarriage Hepburn suffered.

While photographing the making of The Unforgiven, Inge Morath accompanied Huston and his friends duck hunting on a mountain lake outside Durango. Photographing the excursion, Morath saw through her telephoto lens that actor Audie Murphy and his companion had capsized their boat 350 feet from shore. She could see that Murphy, stunned, was nearly drowning. A skilled swimmer, Morath stripped to her underwear and hauled the two men ashore by her bra strap while the hunt continued uninterrupted

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Audrey Hepburn during the production of The Unforgiven, Durango, Mexico, 1959. Photograph by Inge Morath via

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Audrey Hepburn during the production of The Unforgiven, Durango, Mexico, 1959. Photograph by Inge Morath via

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Audrey Hepburn during the production of The Unforgiven, Durango, Mexico, 1959. Photograph by Inge Morath via

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Audrey Hepburn during the production of The Unforgiven, Durango, Mexico, 1959. Photograph by Inge Morath via