Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh for Gone With the Wind (1939)

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Publicity photo of Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh for Gone with the Wind, 1939 via

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Publicity photo of Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh for Gone with the Wind, 1939 via

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Photo of Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh from Gone With the Wind, 1939 via

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Publicity photo of Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh in Gone With the Wind, 1939 via

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Publicity photo of Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh in Gone With the Wind, 1939 via

 

Vivien Leigh in Gone With the Wind (1939)

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Vivian Leigh for Gone with the Wind, 1939 via

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Vivian Leigh for Gone with the Wind, 1939 via

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Vivian Leigh for Gone with the Wind, 1939 via

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Vivian Leigh for Gone with the Wind, 1939 via

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Vivian Leigh for Gone with the Wind, 1939 via

Clara Bow in “Call Her Savage” (1932)

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Hal Phyfe, Clara Bow in “Call Her Savage” directed by John Francis Dillon, 1932 via

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Hal Phyfe, Clara Bow in “Call Her Savage” directed by John Francis Dillon, 1932 via

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Hal Phyfe, Clara Bow in “Call Her Savage” directed by John Francis Dillon, 1932 via

Jean Harlow as Glamorous Kitty Packard in Dinner at Eight (1933)

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Portrait of Jean Harlow in Dinner at Eight directed by George Cukor, 1933 via

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Portrait of Jean Harlow in Dinner at Eight directed by George Cukor, 1933 via

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Portrait of Jean Harlow in Dinner at Eight directed by George Cukor, 1933 via

Maureen O’ Sullivan in “Tarzan and His Mate” (1934)

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Ted Allan, Maureen O’ Sullivan in “Tarzan and His Mate” directed by Cedric Gibbons and Jack Conway, 1934 via

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Ted Allan, Maureen O’ Sullivan in “Tarzan and His Mate” directed by Cedric Gibbons and Jack Conway, 1934 via

Beautiful Photos of Marlene Dietrich for Shanghai Express (1932)

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Don English, Marlene Dietrich in “Shanghai Express” directed by Josef von Sternberg, 1932 via

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Don English, Marlene Dietrich in “Shanghai Express” directed by Josef von Sternberg, 1932 via

 

Grace Moore as Opera Singer Jenny Lind in “A Lady’s Morals” (1930)

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Milton Brown, Grace Moore and Reginald Denny in “A Lady’s Morals” directed by Sidney Franklin, 1930 via

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Milton Brown, Grace Moore in “A lady’s morals” directed by Sidney Franklin, 1930 via

Bebe Daniels in Dangerous Female (1931)

The Maltese Falcon (1931) is an American pre-code crime film, based on the novel of the same name by Dashiell Hammett and directed by Roy Del Ruth. The film stars Ricardo Cortez as private detective Sam Spade and Bebe Daniels as Ruth Wonderly.

The Plot of the film is that a lovely dame with dangerous lies employs the services of a private detective, who is quickly caught up in the mystery and intrigue of a statuette known as the Maltese Falcon.

Bebe Daniels as Ruth Wonderly, 1931

Bebe Daniels as Ruth Wonderly, 1931

Bebe Daniels as Ruth Wonderly, 1931

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Bebe Daniels as Ruth Wonderly (1931)

Bebe Daniels adds to the cash she keeps in her stockings, 1931