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  • #16
    yeah man,..especially in MONSTER,.. I love beerdrinking lesbians who kill for joy and have the same skinproblem as Lt.Castillio from Miami Vice.


    Well... yeh, of course, who doesn't? Then again, her butt in the air in Cider House Rules wasn't bad either.
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    • #17
      Audrey Hepburn of course is an all time classic. Natalie Wood, in the day, was truely stunning as well.

      These days, Ashley Judd and Charlize Theron (Charlize be thy name) both have really done it for me. And in a more down to earth way, Naomi Watts is really nice.

      Hey man, nice taste! I could eat both Ashley and Naomi in one bite, the other one....meh, maybe for desert if i felt a bit piggy.

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      • #18
        yeah man,..especially in MONSTER,.. I love beerdrinking lesbians who kill for joy and have the same skinproblem as Lt.Castillio from Miami Vice.


        "Rough drunken lesbians" is truly a timeless theme, i am surprised it's not used more.

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        • #19
          My personal fav was Susan Hayward, very down-to-earth, sounds like she would have been fun to be with..Another fav was Veronica Lake...she was great in "I married a witch" (BTW Susan Hayward was in that also!!) and never took herself too seriously....she once made a comment like "If all of my acting talent were in my left eye, I'd be blind" or something like that. What a tragedy she died at 53.

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          • #20
            Respectfully submitted for your approval:

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            • #21
              <div class="signaturecontainer"><a href="http://www.fearlessdog.com/posts/2005/01/10/monster-cables-sues-everyone/" target="_blank">BOYCOTT MONSTER CABLE</a></div>

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              • #22
                Respectfully submitted for your approval:





                Hell, if YOU love her i approve!

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                • #23




                  YUMMY!
                  God i love dead chicks!

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                  • #24
                    I started to type her name and realized it was so long ago that I pined for her...now I can't recall her name. Great thread ideer by the way.

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                    • #25
                      Hedy Lamarr


                      That's HEDLEY!



                      (Segue)

                      How great was Madeline Kahn in that movie?

                      It's twue, it's twue.

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                      • #26
                        I'm a big sucker for those Douglas Sirk technicolor weepies of the 1950's, like:

                        IMITATION OF LIFE
                        WRITTEN ON THE WIND
                        ALL THAT HEAVEN ALLOWS
                        MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION

                        Two of these starred Jane Wyman & Rock Hudson.


                        I gotta say, I've been in love with the poor, ill-starred beauty Sharon Tate for a long time... I'll never ever understand why someone as kind and gentle as she was had to cross paths with someone as twisted and evil as the Manson bunch... If anything killed the good vibes of the 1960's, it was this incident.




                        I loved Agnes Moorehead.... Those who only know her as "Endora" are missing out on her better work....

                        I did go through about three years in the 1990's when I bleached my hair blond, trying to look like Steve McQueen...

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                        • #27
                          I love the silent film era, they were the first to rule Hollywood and the surrounding areas. This is Louise Brooks, she knew them all, moguls too.

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                          • #28
                            I love the silent film era, they were the first to rule Hollywood and the surrounding areas. This is Louise Brooks, she knew them all, moguls too.



                            I think all girls looked like that back then, she looks like all the pictures of the gold rush girls up here. But yeah, HOT!
                            We have a little thing here in winter where there are some younger ladies who dress up as the Can-can dancers and go around town, bar to bar and do dance routines in their 1900 hooker outfits.
                            It's pretty dirty, but i don't think the girls realize HOW dirty, but i don't tell them.

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                            • #29

                              I did go through about three years in the 1990's when I bleached my hair blond, trying to look like Steve McQueen...





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                              • #30


                                With the possible exception of James Dean, Steve McQueen is probably the coolest male actor ever. hil:
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