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Before most actors chose their own roles, they were on contract with major movie studios. These women were just some of the most famous "stars" of their time.
With glorious red hair and a striking figure, this "Love Goddess" was the World War ll pinup.
Even though she was of the most popular and highly paid Hollywood actors of the 1930's, her image was risque and sultry. In 1959 she wrote her autobiography, "Goodness Had Nothing to Do with It."
One of the greatest entertainers of the 20th century, this one-time child star recorded nearly 100 singles and about a dozen albums. Her 1955 album was titled "Miss Show Business."
What stunning screen siren was married to three famous men - Mickey Rooney, Artie Shaw, and Frank Sinatra?
This unparalleled actress was nominated eleven times for an Academy Award, but only won two of them. One of them was for her role in "Dangerous."
This lady started out as a serious actress but was famously known to play wisecracking career women, such as her character Hildy Johnson.
Popular legend has it that she was discovered sitting on a fountain stool at Schwab's drugstore in Hollywood. She is well known for playing a lead role on a very risque, controversial book turned into film. She was called Judy as a child.
This actress starred in almost a hundred films during her career and received four nominations for the Academy Award for Best Actress. She received an Academy Honorary Award "for superlative creativity and unique contribution to the art of screen acting" in 1982.
This gorgeous movie actress - radiant and dark haired, received her only Oscar nomination for playing a neurotic bride in the film noir "Leave Her to Heaven." (1945)
Born Lucille Fay LeSueur, studio chief Louis B. Mayer was unhappy with her name. A contest in the fan magazine Movie Weekly was the source of her well-known stage name. She won her only Oscar after being dropped by MGM and revived by Warner Bros.
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