Tantalizing Tuesday: quickie

Who is the femme fatale in film noir?
“Women who would just as soon kill you as love you.”
– Roger Ebert

 

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Linda Darnell (1923-1965)

Linda Darnell with Dana Andrews, in Fallen Angel

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Tantalizing Tuesday: Carole Lombard

No new Tuesday feature this week, but instead a replay of an enchanting lady–
p.s. there will be a few replays this week, but I will try and keep them interesting!

Are You Thrilled

Carole Lombard suit

Carole Lombard was stunning. Dazzling. Bombshell? Most assuredly.

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According to some, she was the highest paid actress in the late 1930’s. But the film I keep coming back to, the one I want to see again is My Man Godfrey (1936) with William Powell. I was mesmerized. I fell in love for the hour and one half that she was on the screen. It wasn’t for her platinum blonde hair. It was for her eyes and her smile, and most notably, she made me laugh.

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