Bette Davis knitting while Ann Sheridan crochets while on the set of The Man Who Came to Dinner. by deanna
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deanna Bette Davis knitting while Ann Sheridan crochets while on the set of The Man Who Came to Dinner.
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Bette Davis knitting on the set of "The Bride Came C.O.D", 1941 by Admunsen
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Admunsen Bette Davis knitting on the set of "The Bride Came C.O.D", 1941
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Bette Davis on the set of "It Takes A Thief" 1970. by jordan
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jordan Bette Davis on the set of "It Takes A Thief" 1970.
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Bette Davis on Reputation by aimee
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aimee Bette Davis on Reputation
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Picture of Bette Davis by leona
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leona Picture of Bette Davis
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Joan Crawford & Bette Davis, set of Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? by harriett
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harriett Joan Crawford & Bette Davis, set of Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?
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ADÃO: THE MAN WHO CAME FIRST. by EUGENIO PAXELLY
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EUGENIO PAXELLY ADÃO: THE MAN WHO CAME FIRST.
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Ann-Margret in a scene from her first movie "Pocket Full Of Miracles" 1961. Also in the photo is actress Bette Davis. by krystal
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krystal Ann-Margret in a scene from her first movie "Pocket Full Of Miracles" 1961. Also in the photo is actress Bette Davis.
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Bette Davis The Letter (1940) by leona
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leona Bette Davis The Letter (1940)
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Wedding Dress and Slippers: 1834, English, silk, satin, leather. "This dress belonged to Miss Ann Turner who came to Australia aged sixteen, suspected of suffering from tuberculosis. On the voyage to Australia she met Edward Haslingden, a merchant, whom she married two years later. Ann wore this dress on her wedding day on the 11th August, 1834. The Australian climate must have suited Ann's health as she lived for 103 years and had nine by justine
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justine Wedding Dress and Slippers: 1834, English, silk, satin, leather. "This dress belonged to Miss Ann Turner who came to Australia aged sixteen, suspected of suffering from tuberculosis. On the voyage to Australia she met Edward Haslingden, a merchant, whom she married two years later. Ann wore this dress on her wedding day on the 11th August, 1834. The Australian climate must have suited Ann's health as she lived for 103 years and had nine
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