The Golden Age of Hollywood


Legendary Women

A group for fans of the Great Actresses of The Golden Age of Hollywood.

Members: 89
Latest Activity: May 12

Discussion Forum

My favorite actress is....

Started by Harold J. Gaugler. Last reply by Nina McFadden Mar 9, 2014. 8 Replies

Best/Worst Game

Started by Lieutenant Kronos. Last reply by Irina Garbo Jan 18, 2010. 4 Replies

Classic Film Stars: Perfection or Photoshopped?

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Comment by FilmFanatic on December 20, 2010 at 2:54am

oh how i like this group!! i love the actress of the Golden Age of Hollywood they were all so wonderful. they were all so beautiful and so graceful and so talented. they all had something that today's actresses are severely lacking.

my favorite actresses are: Ingrid Bergman, Ginger Rogers, Gene Tierney, Norma Shearer, Lauren Bacall, Carole Lombard, Joan Fontaine, Susan Hayward, Grace Kelly, Ava Gardner, Irenne Dunne, Judy Garland, Fay Wray, and Bette Davis.

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Comment by Jolene on February 7, 2010 at 10:52am
"Transcended Their Medium",...Johnny Noir...Very well and perfectly said, indeed. A gracious thank you kind sir. Hubba, Jolene

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TCM Blog

William Wyler’s Wuthering Heights (’39)

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