Saturday, 26 December 2015

Christmas in Old Hollywood

The beautiful Elizabeth Taylor with an extremely cute little friend.

Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall with their son Stephen (early 1950s).

Here they are again. What an adorable picture!

Paulette Goddard looking rather uncomfortable next to her Christmas tree.

Boris Karloff and Ginger Rogers at a Hollywood Christmas party in 1932.

The adorable Shirley Temple chatting with Santa.

Here she is again with a dolly friend.

Look how cute she looks here, modeling a new Christmas dress (1935).

The fur-tastic Joan Crawford.

Doris Day asking us to "do not disturb until Christmas." Don't worry, Doris, we shall not. Though it's past Christmas now, so I'm sure Doris won't mind if we disturb just a little bit.

Priscilla Lane looking sparkling drapped in her garlands.

A VERY young Carole Lombard sitting next to her tree (1920s).

Jean Harlow looking stunning as always.

Janet Leigh looking extra cute under a tree.

Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney at the Garland house during Christmastime.

Rita Hayworth putting up her tree in a skimpy little outfit.

Here she is again, looking beautiful in red.

Deanna Durbin decorating her tree with popcorn garlands.

Betty Grable showing off her very shapely million-dollar legs. Love her shoes!

The lovely Audrey Hepburn posing next to an unusually thin Santa Claus.

Here she is again, cuddling up to a chubbier Santa (1953).

Bob Hope and Doris Day appearing with Santa in Hollywood (1948).

Frank Sinatra and his family with Dean Martin and his family in a Christmas episode of The Dean Martin Show (1967).

Myrna Loy trying to make friends with a reindeer.

The lovely Natalie Wood posing with a gorgeous wreath.

MGM "Queen" Norma Shearer decorating her tree. Love her dress!

Debbie Reynolds makes a very pretty life-sized doll.

Here she is again, looking extremely classy and elegant with her little snowman friend.

Ann Miller decorating her tree in a racy little number.

Ava Gardner and her furry friend wishing us a Merry Xmas.


I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and here's to an even better New Year.

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