Marlene Dietrich, Herbert Marshall– Blonde Venus,1932
At age 60, Marlene Dietrich was summoned to the White House by President Kennedy and was received in his private quarters. Seduction was inevitable, and she helped him remove the wrapping that supported his fragile back. Afterwards the president asked Dietrich if she had ever slept with his father. She said no, and the president was delighted to have “gotten somewhere first before the old man could”. The Academy Awards: The Complete History of Oscar
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A working girl habit. Eva Marie Saint wears a two-piece charcoal gray wool suit with very straight button-to-the-neck jacket and a pencil slim skirt. A small velveteen collar decorates the jacket with brass buttons at sleeves and front. A crisp white blouse with black ribbon tie, black beret, and matching kid bag and shoes add the touch of a well-groomed secretary