Youch. Weisz is on fire! I like those dark beauties.
what a hetronormative thread,public masterbation
what is hetronormative about finding actors beautiful exactly? By saying that you are implying that everyone who has posted is a heterosexual male, very odd.
i was responding more to mr wises laddish comment and the glamour photos on the previous page ,hardly classical hollywood
Sorry. This thread is for celebrating the beauty of women. Heterosexual men have a right to an opinion too. I didn’t think calling her a beauty is offensive or “laddish”.
I agree that Sophia Loren and Hedy Lamarr are the top contenders. I’m surprised that no one seems to have mentioned Isabella Rosellini, who, if it is possible, is even more gorgeous than her mother.
LIAMALLEN – You find the pictures I posted offensive because they are not of actresses from the 50’s?
this thread is useless without pics
I agress with these names mentioned -
how about -
and more recent Clemence Poesy
Bridget Bardot and Jeanne Moreau looked great in Viva Maria!
Marilyn Monroe – The Winner.
That’s not a foregone conclusion.
They had an amusing piece on sculpture and ideal proportions on history channel the other night. Apparently the waist/hip ratio is 0.7 which dear Marilyn embodied, but so have a lot of other women. Some plastic surgeon in LA had come up with an ideal mask which he used to trim women’s noses, lips and chins to more ideal proportions. Seems we are all pretty much driven by the image of Venus de Milo,
All the Ingmar Bergman actresses (ESPECIALLY LIV ULLMANN)
Anyone in 8 1/2
I was recently watching “The Getaway” with the gorgeous Ali McGraw…oh yeah.
also, Claudia Jennings was a hottie
Depending on what day of the week it is, Jane Birkin or Anna Karina.
Never heard of Jane Birkin. Interesting face. She’s a little bit ugly and pretty at the same time.
…ok, she’s growing on me. Those eyes are killer.
Françoise Dorléac, the older sister of Catherine Deneuve, who appeared in films such as Truffaut’s The Soft Skin and Polanski’s Cul-De-Sac before dying tragically at the age of 25:
Audrey Hepburn, Faye Dunaway, Carole Lombard, among others. I’m also a huge fan of Jane Birkin and Anna Karina (the latter of which seems to really be dominating this list, to my pleasant surprise).