About this Item Original Lucky Strike tobacco card, circa early s, featuring actress Betty Compson, on the front in full-color caricature. Also check out these Galleries! As per the tutorial, I put on grease paint matching my complexion. Carroll, Vintage Actor. I wasn't trying to go to the hospital, so I subbed Vaseline and mascara in lieu of eyelash beading.
Hollywood legend Orson Welles in 1954 after completing his film ‘Arkadin’
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Maureen O'Sullivan b - d Ball at a party in honor of her starring role in the film version of the Broadway musical "Mame" in New York City. Oh, and this picture of me is my attempt at a 's vintage look for New Year's Eve. Lucky Strike issued several editions, notably film stars and cartoons, this edition being particularly uncommon. Ann Dvorak b - d In the early days of the cinema, the industry produced thousands of postcards of its actors and actresses not all of whom were "stars"! This was to compensate for a light sensitivity in the cheap kind of film stock that was the industry standard of the day.
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The star at a Thalians Ball. Sometime in the s. In the early days of the cinema, the industry produced thousands of postcards of its actors and actresses not all of whom were "stars"! Sally-Ann Howes b Barbara Stanwyck, Vintage Movie Star.
Browse our curated collections! In addition to singing in clubs and acting in movies, she also sheltered several Jewish friends at her villa in Budapest. Visit Seller's Storefront. Gracie Fields b - d Many images on these pages have a direct link to a reproduction postcard - just click on the image to see and buy it!
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