Try to get used to all the cigarette smoke
and the occasional use of the "F-word."
We're looking at starlets from yesteryear.
Not many modern cyborgs or sluts de jour here.
I'm a bit colorblind, so I'm more comfortable with
black & white photos.
No, I don't have any larger versions of photos, so don't ask.
We'll try to keep it interesting without sounding mad.

This is French actress Anna Karina's eye from the 1965 film Alphaville.

I'll start with some of my favorites and, well, just roll with it...

Above is Susan Strasberg from The Trip (1967).

Dolores Del Rio, probably from the late 1920s.

Claudia Cardinale from the 60s.

Yeah, I see you've noticed how much eye makeup
we've got going here. Don't worry about it.
(Let me pee and grab another cup of coffee. It's dark
roast decaf, in case you're wondering. Like you need
all this play-by-play color commentary. I know.)

Here's Barbara Rush from the 1950s.

And, finally, a few slideshows.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Very nice! This is very tasteful. I was delighted to see a photo of Barbara Rush, a forgotten face for most people, but quite a beauty. Also, the pic of Geneviève Bujold was a surprise to find.

May I recommend a photo of Natalie Wood?

Over all, though, you have a very nice design. This is a great looking page!