Actresses of the 50s and 60s

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Natalie Wood in love

In 1938, American on September 17, 2017 at 11:43 pm

Natalie Wood (1938 – 1981): married twice to Robert Wagner (born 1930), Dec 1957 – April 1962 and July 1972 until her death in 1981.

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Natalie Wood 1938 – 1981

In 1938, American on August 12, 2017 at 6:14 am

By the mid-1950s Natalie Wood was entering what would—for most child actors—have been the “awkward age” verging on young adulthood. But the awkwardness seemed to miss Wood. In 1955 Warner Bros. cast her opposite James Dean in “Rebel Without a Cause,” and she was nominated for a supporting actress Oscar. LA Times.

Natalie Wood 1938 – 1981

In 1938, American on February 26, 2017 at 4:13 am

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Natalie wood 1938 – 1981

In 1938, American on February 12, 2017 at 1:38 am

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Natalie Wood 1938 – 1982

In 1938, American on February 11, 2017 at 7:45 am

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Susan Kohner and George Hamilton

In 1936, American on February 9, 2017 at 9:18 am

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Susan Kohner: born 11 November 1936, Los Angeles USA. On screen 1955 – 1964; nominated 1960 Academy Awards – Best Actress in a Supporting Role: ‘Imitation of Life’ (1959). Retired from acting after marrying John Weitz (1923 – 2002) – fashion designer, novelist, biographer, yachtsman and racing driver.

Natalie Wood in ‘All The Fine Young Cannibals’

In 1938, American on January 4, 2017 at 9:12 am

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Natalie Wood is very pleasant to behold, even though a pained expression is about all she is required to project here. Susan Kohner is not very convincing in her efforts to appear alternately gay, bored and distressed. Even less at ease are Robert Wagner and George Hamilton in a pair of incredibly unmasculine roles. Best emoting is done by Pearl Bailey, but even she can barely cope with a preposterous role of a celebrated blues singer who dies of a broken heart when jilted by that man who played horn for her. Variety.

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Natalie Wood has freckles

In 1938, American on July 14, 2016 at 2:08 pm

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Natalie Wood (1938 – 1981) in Cash McCall (1960)

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Susan Kohner tries on a gown

In 1936, American on June 7, 2016 at 12:40 pm

Susan Kohner putting a dress over her clothes.

Susan Kohner: born 11 November 1936, Los Angeles USA. On screen 1955 – 1964; nominated 1960 Academy Awards – Best Actress in a Supporting Role: ‘Imitation of Life’ (1959). Retired from acting after marrying John Weitz (1923 – 2002) – fashion designer, novelist, biographer, yachtsman and racing driver.

24 Femmes Per Second: nouveaux postes de belles femmes chaque semaine; weekly posts of beautiful women; posti settimanali di belle donne; wöchentliche Beiträge der schönen Frauen; vecko inlägg av vackra kvinnor.

Natalie Wood ‘All The Fine Young Cannibals’ 1960

In 1938, American on April 25, 2016 at 3:39 am

1938 Natalie Wood cannibals

Natalie Wood is very pleasant to behold, even though a pained expression is about all she is required to project here. Susan Kohner is not very convincing in her efforts to appear alternately gay, bored and distressed. Even less at ease are Robert Wagner and George Hamilton in a pair of incredibly unmasculine roles. Best emoting is done by Pearl Bailey, but even she can barely cope with a preposterous role of a celebrated blues singer who dies of a broken heart when jilted by that man who played horn for her. Variety.

24 Femmes Per Second: nouveaux postes de belles femmes chaque semaine; weekly posts of beautiful women; posti settimanali di belle donne; wöchentliche Beiträge der schönen Frauen; vecko inlägg av vackra kvinnor.