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Thank you- I was just about to mention foreign music! German compilations are some of my favorites.
[Giggle!] I adore Charley, too, even his talkies. ;)
And you're welcome, Hadley!
Harry was so cute! He's my favorite, right next to Harold Lloyd. :D
"The Strong Man" is fabulous. It's probably one of his least bizarre...
Agreed about dance shoes! I have "character" heels (t-strap and maryjane styles) that are incredibly comfortable and pretty at the same time....
I ran across heels designed for tango dancing, many of which have a vintage look:...
On a somewhat similar note, the last American female WWI veteran died not too long ago....
I loved it. Ann Harding was gorgeous and elegant as usual!
What did you play?
Violin with a classical orchestra/group. :)
I'm not a huge Rita fan, but it's always neat seeing actresses in their early days, often before they were very famous!
P.S.: Lolita, if you'd...
Lovely!! I played for over a decade, so I'm so always interested to hear other adventures of the musical instrument world. :)
I would probably second a few of the earlier replies (in this and other related threads), suggesting to stick with the Pond's brand if you're new...
Lorac makes a pretty nice, light shade:
It's called Porcelain and I believe I found it on the Sephora website awhile back....
Bwah haha! You crazy girl. :D
Wow, I never thought of that. Great tip!
The look of Clabber Girl (baking powder) and Maxwell House coffee have stayed pretty much the same!
How fun! I've seen wool panties (the longer types that go to about mid-thigh) on a few online shops, and I know during the early 20's and before...
In the same area, Zarah Leander was a fabulous singer!
Not completely 40's, but two of my favorites:
Yes! I also just found an interesting photo of theatre star Gabrielle Ray from 1903:
Hooray, I was just thinking about that one! The '40 remake wasn't anywhere near as good. :D