Rock and Roll's Most Wanted - Part II Poster by Lee Dos Santos
Rock and Roll's Most Wanted - Part II poster by Lee Dos Santos. Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.
Marion Davies, 1931 at the age of 34. Even though Davies had a notable 20 year film career (from 1917 to 1937), she is probably remembered more for being the long time mistress of newspaper tycoon Wm. Randolph Hearst. They were together for decades. At one point when Hearst ran into some financial problems, Davies bailed him out by giving him 1 million dollars.
More 1930’s Fashion: Get the Makeup Look of Joan Blondell
So, this photo is rouged to heck and I can’t get a similar look without doing the same, but I still like the makeup look. It’s a playful look that works for light to medium complexions.…
Freud y la liberación sexual
Freud tuvo una vida sexual muy limitada. Durante los cuatro años de su noviazgo no mojó, si se me permite el vulgarismo. Durante los primeros nueve años de su matrimonio sus encuentros sexuales con su mujer se limitaron a embarazarla varias veces –seis- y a partir de los 40 años restringió esos contactos porque reprobaba los preservativos y los anticonceptivos, a los que consideraba psicológicamente dañinos. Con estos datos no se comprende que durante tantos años se considerase al…
M3ment0M0ri - Hobbyist, Digital Artist | DeviantArt
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Scandal: William Randolph Hearst & Marion Davies
By Lorelie Brown A lot of things have been said about William Randolph Hearst. He was the inspiration for Orson Welles' Citizen Kane, so that ought to tell you something. He was maniacal, driven, ruthless, and quite a bit shady--and by all appearances, he was also in love with one woman for a huge portion of his life. William Randolph Hearst Only problem? That woman was not his wife, Millicent, whom he married in 1903. Whoops. Marion Davies* Hearst's long-time "companion" was Marion Davies…