^^Just saw here last night in Two Women. She has aged pretty well...
1. John 3:16, 17
2. Dress to please yourself, but do take others into some consideration.
Olivia de Havilland, born in 1916 and known for her role in Gone With the Wind, among many others. I believe she is still alive today. WOW!
Clark Gable, 1960, age 59.
Gilbert Roland, young
Gilbert Roland, age 74
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I wish a could find a picture of Mary Astor ,the same thing she looked great right up until the end .
All the Best , Fashion Frank
I never met a hat that I didn't like !
"Well I'm goin' to town buddy; can I bring you somethin' back?
A pint of good corn liquor and a John B Stetson hat" - Muleskinner Blues
Robert Cummings aged very gracefully:
In his late 20's/early 30's
Here he is at age 69
Oh! And Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward! The man never had a bad decade. Heck, I'm not so sure he ever had a bad day! She was stunning from the start and aged into a beautiful woman. They remained gorgeous, didn't they?
"Waiter, will you serve the nuts? I mean, will you serve the guests the nuts?"
Another one of Gable from 1960. He looks damn good for age 59, especially considering he'd be dead before the year ended.
I've always admired William Powell.
In "The Thin Man" (
In his later years (around mid sixties, I think, shortly after retiring from film):
He passed away at the age of 91 in 1984.