Wednesday, September 15, 2021

UPDATED: Way Back Wednesday (a day late and a dollar short due to a stomach virus, but I'm on the mend now)

Here is one of Mrs. Hayworth "in motion". Thanks Gerry for prodding me to search.



Rita Hayworth Lush Beauty 1944 | Hollywood Pinups Color Prints

Rita Hayworth | Рита Хейворт – Color by Klimbim 0.1


Rita Hayworth – Tinting History


Varsity Pitbull Slouchy Tee | Rita hayworth, Hollywood icons, Classic  hollywood

Rita Hayworth, Gilda, Movie Still Poster - Midcentury - Prints And Posters  - by Poster-Rama | Houzz

Who is Rita Hayworth dating? Rita Hayworth boyfriend, husband

Name Change by Santos Herrera | Milagro Theatre 

The Eternal Allure of Screen Siren Rita Hayworth

                                                                                    

RITA HAYWORTH in YOU WERE NEVER LOVELIER -1942-. Photograph by Album

The Criterion Shelf: Starring Rita Hayworth - That Shelf

Rita Hayworth | AnOther

2+ Free Rita Hayworth & Female Images

Rita Hayworth | Рита Хейворт – Color by Klimbim 0.1

Beauty Break: Happy Rita Hayworth Centennial ! - Blog - The Film Experience

60 Sexy and Hot Rita Hayworth Pictures – Bikini, Ass, Boobs -  SharenatorSharenator


WWII Nose Art Pin-Up Rita Hayworth B52 Bomber Ltd Ed - May 28, 2017 |  Jasper52 in NY


Rita Hayworth Movies



RITA HAYWORTH 1940's Screen Legend Photograph 8x10 Autograph RP | eBay



H/T to Bear Claw Chris Lapp (via cheesecake)

21 comments:

  1. Women could be classy and still be incredibly sexy back in the day. Now, it seems if they try to be sexy they just go for the sleaze factor.

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    1. You got it. My homepage news has all the sleaze of Fashion Week in Gotham.

      And they say the 70s was the decade taste forgot.

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    2. There wasn't a lot of "swimsuit" (especially bikini photos since they had not yet gained popularity) of Rita and the models from the WW2 era. Also, even the retouched photos are grainier and darker than the more modern photographs. The thing I notice is the absence of tattoos and piercings. If that is some guys or gals "thing", then more power to you. It is not mine.

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    3. Me and the wifey were talking about women heavy on tats and piercings the other day and, ya, not our thing either. I just can't see it aging well. Anyways, Rita certainly was a "babe" back in the day for sure. Especially that last autographed photo. Bear Claw Chris Lapp, is that one of your prize posessions? Ohio Guy

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    4. My wife, a nurse of 50 years, doesn't like ink, either, and she's seen a lot of it. You're right about it not aging well.

      She's seen a lot of tats on tits (and elsewhere) and notes how many roses didn't start out as long-stemmed.

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    5. Negative Ohio Guy but after seeing it myself would have liked to have one. But it may not have been in that good of condition, ha ha ha ha

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  2. ...and the Shawshank Redemption.

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  3. When I saw her, my first thought was, "Rita?". She's Dad's Way Back.

    Not as bosomy as later steam queens were allowed to be, but clearly she didn't need it.

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  4. Rita Hayworth:
    Bomb. Shelled.

    As in all things, what follows is generally a pale imitation of the original.

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  5. A raving beauty with RED hair. Fulfills all my requirements. Thank you for that Jeffery. Get will soon.

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    1. You are welcome BCCL. I am on the mend now, but it was rough the first part of the week (Georgia screamers, weak as a popcorn fart, no energy, etc. and I slept a lot). This stomach virus is going around in our neck of the woods. My son, daughter, and son-in-law all had it, but all are doing better now.

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    2. Bummer, Jeffery, I didn't know you were sick. Get well soon!

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  6. ps Thank you Jeffery but no need to h/t me. I am thankful for what both of you do. Told Irish the same and I forgot I sent that to him for you. My old ass did not even notice the h/t till after I posted and went back up to scroll again and again and again.

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  7. Ms. Hayworth was suppose to be the best dancer in Hollywood during her days.

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  8. Get well . Enjoy your hard work, knowledge & humor

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  9. Recognized her instantly even though she is of my mother's generation. Must have been all the old movies my parents watched on the B&W TV set. Definitely a classy dame.

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  10. Mrs Orson Welles, for a while.

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  11. Damn. I was born 40 years too late.

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  12. Miss Fayworth. Mrs Orson Welles. For a while.

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