Overheard

“Every man

I knew

went to bed

with Gilda…

and woke up

with me.”

~Rita Hayworth

 


Rita Hayworth and her 1941 Lincoln Continental.

 

 

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~ by eaesthete on 01/11/10.

9 Responses to “Overheard”

  1. Not to be too drearily sentimental, but does it strike anyone else as so, obviously, self evident that “they don’t make them like they used to?” Stars and cars.

  2. Poignant comment from one of the great beauties.

    Like the shot with the California Spanish style home in the background. I am homesick this time of year. It’s cold back here!

  3. I couldn’t agree more…

    Only two actresses come to my mind Tilda Swinton, who I find intriguingly beautiful and Cate Blanchett, who in person is as breathtaking as on the screen.

    But do they measure up to the allure of there processors? I’m not sure…

    I would love to know what other modern actresses your readers suggest…I have found it very hard to think of anyone else…

  4. Rita was gorgeous on the screen. Love her story. She is at the top of the LA devastating beauty page today-a knockout picture. Her she is still that but real. Stop by and weigh in EA-I would love your thoughts on beauties-It will be the topic all week. GT

  5. a true icon… this quote is delicious.

  6. wonderful quote!

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