*CANDIDS*

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the slim body could drive to Audrey Hepburn, with open hair, but of course, it's almost impossible
to certify it :)
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Tallulah Bankhead?
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MARLA SHELTON 1912-2011
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MARLA SHELTON IS THE QUIZ ACTRESS.......
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Sorry Georges, but she is not familiar to me.
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Next time II'll chose a more familiar one :) to soon!
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Ms. Bacall?
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Ella Raines?
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All good guesses, but no cigar. She is a beautiful actress from the 1930s thru the 1960s
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Barbara Stanwyck??
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Sorry, Georges.
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From her stance, I'd guess Bette Davis, but if you ever called Bette "beautiful" to her face, she'd laugh her head off. How about another hint?
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She was a best supporting Oscar nominee in the 1940s and was once involved with a super star.
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Hi Joe,

From the hair alone, I thought it was Paulette Goddard when I first saw it; but don't know for sure.
I'm not much up on Oscar nominees, but do know she was nominated once in the early 40's and was married to Charlie Chaplin - so that is my guess....

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Congratulations, Larry! You hit the nail on the head. It is indeed Paulette Goddard.
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