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classic for a reason -- "Gilda"

Gilda, 1946, Columbia Pictures, starring Rita Hayworth, Glenn Ford, George Macready. Directed by Charles Vidor. B&W, 110 minutes.

Take a plot with high-stakes illegal gambling and hints of a past, potentially explosive, romance between a man and his bosses’ new wife, combine it with some of the finest photography of its time — still noteworthy today — then add Rita Hayworth’s sensual performance, along with Glenn Ford’s ability to dramatically underplay a role, and you’ve got what makes… 495 more words

Blogging 201

Gilda 

my inspiration for the day is the most stunning Rita Hayworth. Of course my hair could never look this amazing but after a quick brush out my curls were feeling inspired so I went with it! 216 more words

Fire Island's Cherry Grove

Let’s get one thing straight: I love the beach.

The salty, sweet scent of the crisp ocean, the songs of soaring seagulls, the warmth of sun-kissed sand caressing my feet, and the soothing sounds of soft waves greatly intoxicate me. 528 more words

Vintage Hair Tutorials

Vintage hair is always in style, now more than ever.  Timeless and classic have now become trendy in these looks inspired by style icons.  In this post, we will go through each look, step-by-step, so you can recreate the looks yourself at home or for an upcoming event! 815 more words

The Last of the Silver Screen Goddesses

She shouldn’t be real,
Nothing of flesh and blood
Tied to the mundane
Hemmed in by bills
The victim of sweaty pawings,
Bad pick up lines that drop clumsy… 190 more words

Poetry

Review: Donald Does Dusty – Summerhall, Edinburgh Fringe

First published in The Times, Thursday August 20 2015

Three Stars

The Hollywood star Rita Hayworth once said: “Every man I knew went to bed with Gilda and woke up with me.” A similar crisis of identity plagued Dusty Springfield. 298 more words

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