Alberto Vargas: “Lady for a Day” and the Posters of 1933 on Notebook | MUBI

Alberto Vargas: “Lady for a Day” and the Posters of 1933 on Notebook | MUBI

Citation: Alberto Vargas with photographs of models for the Jayhawker Annual at Kansas University, 1943 / unidentified photographer. Alberto Vargas papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

Citation: Alberto Vargas with photographs of models for the Jayhawker Annual at Kansas University, 1943 / unidentified photographer. Alberto Vargas papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

Albert Vargas (1896-1982) Happy Fourth of July. Vintage Pin-up

Albert Vargas (1896-1982) Happy Fourth of July. Vintage Pin-up

(1) Doris Day

(1) Doris Day

Two-Faced Woman (1941) is a romantic comedy made by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The film stars Greta Garbo, in her final film role, and Melvyn Douglas, with Constance Bennett, Roland Young and Ruth Gordon. The movie is about a fashion magazine editor who marries a ski instructor and what befalls the couple when they settle in New York City.It was directed by George Cukor

Two-Faced Woman (1941) is a romantic comedy made by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The film stars Greta Garbo, in her final film role, and Melvyn Douglas, with Constance Bennett, Roland Young and Ruth Gordon. The movie is about a fashion magazine editor who marries a ski instructor and what befalls the couple when they settle in New York City.It was directed by George Cukor

You Belong to Me is a 1941 American romantic comedy directed by Wesley Ruggles, and starring Barbara Stanwyck and Henry Fonda. Doctor Helen Hunt (Barbara Stanwyck) meets millionaire playboy Peter Kirk (Henry Fonda) in an unusual way—he crashes practically at her feet at a ski resort. He insists that only she can treat his (minor) injuries and soon proposes marriage, which she accepts. On their wedding night, Helen is called away by a medical emergency.

You Belong to Me is a 1941 American romantic comedy directed by Wesley Ruggles, and starring Barbara Stanwyck and Henry Fonda. Doctor Helen Hunt (Barbara Stanwyck) meets millionaire playboy Peter Kirk (Henry Fonda) in an unusual way—he crashes practically at her feet at a ski resort. He insists that only she can treat his (minor) injuries and soon proposes marriage, which she accepts. On their wedding night, Helen is called away by a medical emergency.

Claudette Colbert in She Married Her Boss (1935). 1930s Vintage Movie Poster.

Claudette Colbert in She Married Her Boss (1935). 1930s Vintage Movie Poster.

Bette Davis LAST LOOKS: With Myke The Makeup Guy: BEAUTY ICON: BETTE DAVIS

Bette Davis LAST LOOKS: With Myke The Makeup Guy: BEAUTY ICON: BETTE DAVIS

Good Girls Go To Paris (1939) A Midwesterner waitress, scheming to gold-dig her way to Paris, gets mixed up with a wealthy New York family.

Good Girls Go To Paris (1939) A Midwesterner waitress, scheming to gold-dig her way to Paris, gets mixed up with a wealthy New York family.

Features: - Packaged with care and shipped in sturdy reinforced packing material - Made in the USA SHIPS IN 1-2 DAYS

Features: - Packaged with care and shipped in sturdy reinforced packing material - Made in the USA SHIPS IN 1-2 DAYS

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