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Discussion in 'The Golden Era' started by Angelicious, Oct 18, 2005.
Okay the first person I thought of when I saw your photo was Ida Lupino
@fadingfast Awesome!! I haven't seen any of her films but definitely will now.. Gee thanks, that is a very generous compliment :0
@rgb1 Thank you so much,she's lovely, I need to see that film of her and Clark Gable.
@Mcmurdo Thanks so much!!she's gorgeous I definitely have to check out at least one of her films.
You DEFINITELY need to see "It Happened One Night". It's excellent (just about perfect), and won all five of the major Oscars for 1934. Claudette Colbert is also near-perfect in the movie.
Before that you need to find a picture of her taken in the 1920's when she was closer to your age. I have a book of portraits of movie stars from the 1920's and she in that photo looks *very* much like you.
You might want to watch Mrs. Miniver to see Theresa Wright as, while she isn't the lead, it is one of her best movies and it is one of the first she made so you'll see her reasonably close to your age.
I get this daily.
Ray Milland, hell! You look like me!
Eerie for sure....
Not a clue-
Back in my salad days , the 60's, several lady's likened me to Clark Gable. I had the "big head" until I realized they were just talking about my ears.
Well, it's true
Lee Marvin my Hero and Role Model...Look at this guys Tie, his Strat. & his overall look...
Hey y'all, this is my first post here at the lounge. I've been looking at this thread for a while now and it took me a while until now to muster up the courage to put photos of myself for this thread. I'm wondering who do I look or remind you guys of in the Golden Era? I want to find my vintage doppelgänger!
Not sure anyone in the golden era was that cute!
Aww, thank you!
I'll have to dig up the photographs somewhere so that I can post them. I grew up looking like Alfalfa. When I finally listened to my folks and costumed as Alfalfa for Halloween I had people stopping in the streets to take pictures with me.