Q is for Queens

Q is for Queens Golden Age Hollywood was often obsessed with Ye Olden Days, and the studio backlots would often be jammed with dukes and duchesses, lords and ladies, and princes and princesses. Much of this historical play-acting was down to moguls wanting to seem literate, cultured gentlemen instead of carny hucksters. So they would […]

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H is for Hepburn(s)

They both became female role models and fashion icons (one for dressing like a man, the other for dressing like a princess). They both had a unique screen presence and voice, and they both stood out from their respective peers in terms of how they looked and acted.

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