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Natalie Wood and Nick Adams

Natalie Wood (1938 – 1981) and Nick Adams (1931 – 1968). “One of Presley’s most bizarre relationships involved stars Natalie Wood and Nick Adams. When Nick took Elvis to a hotel in Malibu where Natalie was spending the weekend with her bisexual boyfriend, actor Scott Marlowe, Natalie got along well with Elvis – and Marlowe was soon out of the equation,” said the source. 62 more words

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Gloria DeHaven in 1949

Gloria DeHaven never made it to the front ranks of film stardom and none of her credits can be considered a major classic, but she was in her own modest way one of the signature perky soubrettes of the 1940s, a hometown sweetheart for many GIs. 75 more words

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June Blair on the beach

Miss January 1957 is the gorgeous redhead, June Blair from San Francisco, California. Before gracing the pages of Playboy, Blair appeared as an extra in a handful of movies. 103 more words

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Peggie Castle in LIFE

Peggie Castle: born Peggy Blair 22 December 1925, Appalachia Virginia (some sources cite either 1926 or 1927 as her year of birth) appeared in more than a dozen movies, beginning in 1950 with a role in “Mr. 168 more words

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Anne Francis on the beach

Anne Francis: the love interest in the 1950s science-fiction classic “Forbidden Planet” and later a sexy private eye in “Honey West” on TV. “Forbidden Planet” was hailed in Leonard Maltin’s “2006 Movie Guide” as “one of the most ambitious and intelligent films of its genre.” A science-fiction retelling of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest,” the 1956 film had Leslie Nielsen and other space travelers visiting a planet where expatriate scientist Walter Pidgeon, his daughter (Francis) and their helper, Robby the Robot, built a settlement. 153 more words

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Terry Moore in a swimsuit

Terry Moore: born Helen Luella Koford, 7 January 1929, known as Jan Ford and January Ford before taking Terry Moore as her name in 1948. 34 more words

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Penny Edwards on the sand

Penny Edwards: born Millicent Maxine Edwards, 24 August 1928, Queens New York; died: 26 August 1998, Friendswood Texas. On screen 1947 – 1961, including 2-year sabbatical 1953-56 to work in Seventh Day Adventist Church. 34 more words

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