Hey, I think your blog is awesome! You’ve collected some beautiful pictures and highlighted some excellent films. Keep up the good work.
Thanks for remembering Mary Pickford and Veronica Lake.
I want to make photomosaics with some of your photos.
As usual, I’ll do a reference to the original photo. You allowed me to do?
My work: http://www.flickr.com/photos/viciedo/
all the best,
you have 2 nicole kidman’s. and i love bette davis! you covered almost all of my favorites. check our deborah kerr and grace kelly and vivien leigh and lucille ball. love them : ) and i think they belong in this very awesome collection you have GREAT JOB! love the pictures.
Thanks for spotting that Kidman double-up, Sarah. I’ve added your choices for you. Hope you like them.
Yes, I this is a great collection. Thanks so much for the high resolution images. It makes all the difference in the world to fully appreciate just how beautiful these women are.
thank you so much for Natalie Wood’s Portrait..she’s the most beautiful of all time without a doubt
wonderful job, I still run up and down! refined aesthetic taste…one more time: thanks!
post scriptum: maureen o’hara!
Kind words indeed. Maureen O’Hara? Consider it done.
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Really wonderful portraits! Love that you included Clara Bow and Gillian Anderson, my favorites! Surprised there’s no Marilyn Monroe, though. And definitely would have liked to see more women of color: Aishwara Rai, Rosario Dawson, Michelle Yeoh, Angela Bassett, etc.
Oh, and you list both Shirley Maclaine and Samantha Morton twice. 🙂
Oh, yes.. so I have. Shirley & Samantha will get their own little bio-sections at some point, so I’ll have a shift around. Glad you like the site, Vintagevamp. Yes, I’ll certainly be adding those actresses you mention. Excellent choices!
This is awesome. Where is Marilyn Monroe?
Hi nice collection,
Where did you find the Susan Sarandon pic, do you know who the photographer is?
Precious collection pal.thanks a million.
Greetings from Spain! Very beautiful women, good great pictures!
Great collection! Love the Norma Shearer and early Joan Crawford shots. Forget Monroe, she’s been so done.
Excellent collection – thanks for sharing!
Very cool indeed.
great photos ! you should add Jennifer Jones =)
Thanks for such a good taste, hard work, and historical sense.
A true tribute for our godesses and divas.
I’ve been shooting fashion for more years then I wish to quote, however, this is an amazing collection……….bravo
I really love this.The portrait’s are gorgeous.You should add Audrey hepburn Ava Gardner.
What about Acacamy Award winner Charlize Thereon?
Where is Audrey Hepburn the most beautiful of all the times?
Only recently, I learned about Miroslava Stern, a czech born actress wich spend her life in Mexico. Her live was worthy to make a movie…
I strongly suggest you to include her among our divas…
i love the bette davis photo
Thanks for compiling these! I enjoyed looking at all the womens’ expressions and also thinking about fashion and makeup styles changing over the years.
Hola: soy cary y me encanta tu blog, me gustan todas tus secciones, son fantasticas, enhorabuena,y gracias por tanta información. saludos.
Wonderfully beautiful portraits of gorgeous actress.
Thank you for putting together and sharing this collection.
¡¡ Hola !!
Magnifico trabajo, preciosas fotos.
Gracias por acordaos de este envío.
De nuevo gracias y un abrazo .
Trabajo fantástico, fotos preciosas, (LISTÓN ALTÍSSSSIMO).
Un afectuoso saludo.
Nice collection. The pic of Gloria Grahame (4) remind me a lot to Helen Mirren. A detail, I think we need a pic to Uma Thurman. 🙂
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Admiring the time and effort you put into your blog and detailed information you provide.
It’s awesome to come across a blog every once in a while that isn’t the same unwanted rehashed information.
Great read! I’ve bookmarked your site and I’m adding your RSS feeds to my Google account.
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