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lefeufollet:

Montgomery Clift and Tallulah Bankhead onstage in Thornton Wilder’s The Skin of Our Teeth, 1942.

lefeufollet:

Montgomery Clift and Tallulah Bankhead onstage in Thornton Wilder’s The Skin of Our Teeth, 1942.
fantomas-en-cavale:

Tallulah Bankhead par George Hoyningen-Huene, 1928
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"hello, everybody, Tallulah speaking. I give you due warning, I’m going to sing…"

Tallulah Bankhead sings “What do I Care?”, recorded 1930. 

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  • ARTIST: Tallulah Bankhead
  • SONG: What Do I Care?
  • ALBUM: Give My Regards to Broadway!
  • 269 plays
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harlow-jean:

Tallulah Bankhead attending the Barter Theatre auditions. 1949

harlow-jean:

 Tallulah Bankhead attending the Barter Theatre auditions. 1949
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mariedeflor:

Original caption: Tallulah Bankhead, Paramount star, has at last lost her heart. The lucky “fellow” is Dickie Moore, who has become a close friend of the star since he came to Paramount studios for Marlene Dietrich’s Blonde Venus. August 21, 1932

mariedeflor:

Original caption: Tallulah Bankhead, Paramount star, has at last lost her heart. The lucky “fellow” is Dickie Moore, who has become a close friend of the star since he came to Paramount studios for Marlene Dietrich’s Blonde Venus. August 21, 1932
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miss-flapper:

Tallulah Bankhead and Hedda Hopper looking drunk, 1950s.

miss-flapper:

Tallulah Bankhead and Hedda Hopper looking drunk, 1950s.