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Hedy Lamarr
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  • Forks, WA
  • United States
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What are your favorite movies?
The Women (my absolutely favorite movie, great cast).
All movies of the 20s, 30s and 40s.
Zigfield Girl with Lana, Hedy and Judy.
Samson and Delilah with the lovely Hedy.
George Washington Slept Here with Ann Sheridan.
Diane with Lana Turner and a very young (and handsome) Roger Moore. I saw this movie million times and I still feel the love it shows....
Wife vs. Secretary and Libeled Lady, I love movies with Gable and Harlow.
The Father Of The Bride with Spencer Tracy is also one of my fav.
Who are your favorite stars?
Lana Turner, Rita Hayworth, Norma Shearer, Hedy Lamar, Marilyn Monroe, Judy Garland, James Stewart, Spencer Tracy, Clark Gable, Joan Crawford and of course Jean Harlow and Paulette Goddard, I love her smile and her funny face.
Who are your favorite directors?
Howard Hughes, Jack Convay, Minelli, Robert Z. Leonard
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
Just a couple of words are enough : I was born in the wrong time on the wrong place. My heart beats 1930 in New York city
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Iam very into the 1920s/30s and 40s in Hollywood and New York.
I love all the old Hollywood movies and all the old actresses and actors
a lot. I want to find out how this people lived back in this time.
Not the regularly folks. I know much about the "big depressions" and about
what happend in the world theses days, But beside all war and poorness,
I would like to know how the upper class was living.
They already had Bloomingdales and Dior and partys and events
and cosmetic institutions and more. I would love to know, what they
already had, like cosmetics and make up and perfum and wich labels
they prefered and what they eat, if they had supermarkets and such
stuff. How they spend their times, what they did. Already the complete
lifestyle of a lady back in the 1930/40s in Hollywood or New York City.

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At 11:26am on April 9, 2012, Al Pearce said…

well, Mrs. Lamarr, i have now approved you as memeber of my classic adventure films group! hope you enjoy yourself on it!

At 1:01pm on April 5, 2012, Al Pearce said…
Certainly. I am only 15 years of age. A classic teenager!
At 12:50pm on April 5, 2012, Al Pearce said…
Pardon me, Mrs. Lamarr, but there seems to be a problem with the approve button on my cellular phone internet when trying to accept you into my CLASSIC ADVENTURE FILMS group. It keeps on saying "malformed URL". But don't worry. Once i get back on a library computer i'll approve you. And i most certainly feel the same way about being born in the wrong time. My place would have to be somewhere in 1939 or 1940 or so. I love that era so very much i'd feel right at home there. Like i actually belonged there all this time and not in the 2010s. But well, for some reason the good lord put us into this century. Perhaps to make the difference. But imagine! Living a fairly elegant (and in my case Adventurous) life, donning suits and truly fashionable attire, seeing most of our favorite movies on the big screen when first coming out (obviously they wouldn't have all the grain and mono sound they have now), and who knows? Maybe even running into some of our beloved stars! That would be quite fun. What an era! :-)
At 12:46pm on April 4, 2012, William said…

Hi,        And welcome aboard...You have a great page!!!..She is one of my favorites..Not only was she beautiful,but she was also smart..She invented something in World War II .Was it a bomb sight....Once again welcome aboard.............................................................Take care....

At 6:16am on October 29, 2009, Lori L. Johnson said…
Thank You! Hedy Lamarr would love your page too!
At 6:53pm on August 3, 2009, Lori L. Johnson said…
I am a big fan of Hedy Lamarr too! Love your page!
At 11:45am on August 1, 2009, jenta said…
Thanks for the welcome!
At 11:07pm on July 28, 2009, Catherine said…
You really have a wonderful collection of "Olde New York" - Having lived there I get such a thrill from pics from way back! In the 1929 movie "Applause" (with Helen Morgan) there are the most wonderful on-location shots of New York City - ever seen it?
At 4:47pm on July 27, 2009, Christopher said…

I'm here for ya ;o)
At 2:51pm on July 27, 2009, Christopher said…

now why would i not want to be friends with HEDEEH Lamar?!? Doll pics are making me giggly..I especially like the last one ;o)


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