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1967 Fashion Pictures

1967 fashion pictures
  • (picture) visualize: imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind; "I can't see him on horseback!"; "I can see what will happen"; "I can see a risk in this strategy"
  • Form a mental image of
  • (pictural) pictorial: pertaining to or consisting of pictures; "pictorial perspective"; "pictorial records"
  • (picture) a visual representation (of an object or scene or person or abstraction) produced on a surface; "they showed us the pictures of their wedding"; "a movie is a series of images projected so rapidly that the eye integrates them"
  • Represent (someone or something) in a photograph or picture
  • Describe (someone or something) in a certain way
  • Use materials to make into
  • characteristic or habitual practice
  • Make into a particular or the required form
  • make out of components (often in an improvising manner); "She fashioned a tent out of a sheet and a few sticks"
  • manner: how something is done or how it happens; "her dignified manner"; "his rapid manner of talking"; "their nomadic mode of existence"; "in the characteristic New York style"; "a lonely way of life"; "in an abrasive fashion"
  • 1967 (MCMLXVII) was a common year starting on Sunday (link will display full calendar) of the 1967 Gregorian calendar.
1967 fashion pictures - Barbie Doll
Barbie Doll Fashion: Vol. 2, 1968-1974 (Barbie Doll Fashion)
Barbie Doll Fashion: Vol. 2, 1968-1974 (Barbie Doll Fashion)
Barbie Doll Fashion II continues the documentation of the wardrobes of Barbie doll, her family, and friends. Volume II progresses from 1968 through 1974. Many outfits included a hat, shoes, jewelry, and other tiny accessories. Over 700 gorgeous color photographs with detailed descriptions and current values.2002 values. AUTHORBIO: Sarah Sink Eames's favorite plaything as a child grew into a lifetime of Barbie doll collecting. Sarah has been a speaker and judge at national Barbie Doll conventions. She was president of Star City Doll Club, a UFDC club, and she edited A Detailed Listing and Value Guide to Barbie Doll Fashions, Volume I and II. She is the author of Barbie Doll Fashion Volume I,II, and III. REVIEW: This is the second volume in a three-volume series by author Sarah Eames. Spanning the years 1968 through 1974, the book contains the continuation of documentation of the wardrobes of the Barbie doll, her family, and friends. The book is broken into chapters which contain the outfits for each of the dolls for that particular year, based on Mattel's dealer catalogs and dating. Costumes are photographed out of the box when possible to show more detail.

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Vanessa Redgrave
Vanessa Redgrave
Romanian postcard by Casa Filmului Acin, nr. 43 072. Vanessa Redgrave (1937) is one of the great actresses of her generation. She started her career in the late 1950’s and went on to win the Oscar, Golden Globe, Emmy, and Tony awards. On screen, she has starred in more than 80 films; including such classics as Morgan: A Suitable Case for Treatment, Blowup, Julia, Prick Up Your Ears and Atonement. On-screen and off, she represents forward-thinking women both, essaying non-conforming free-thinkers like dazzling modern dance pioneer Isadora Duncan in Isadora (1968) and a 19th century American feminist in The Bostonians (1984), while earning her share of controversy for her outspoken political activism. Vanessa Redgrave was born in Greenwich, London in 1937 into an acting dynasty. Her grandparents were actor Roy Redgrave and actress Daisy Scudamore. Vanessa was the daughter of Sir Michael Redgrave and Rachel Kempson, and the older sister of Lynn Redgrave and Corin Redgrave. Laurence Olivier announced her birth in a curtain speech to the audience at a performance of Hamlet at the Old Vic: "Ladies and gentlemen, tonight a great actress has been born; Laertes (played by Michael Redgrave) has a daughter." She was educated at The Alice Ottley School, Worcester and Queen's Gate School, London. In 1954 she started to train for the stage at the Central School for Speech and Drama in London. She first appeared in the West End in 1958, and a year later she became a member of the acclaimed Stratford-Upon-Avon Theatre Company. In 1960, Redgrave had her first starring role in Robert Bolt's The Tiger and the Horse, in which she co-starred with her father. Redgrave rose to prominence in 1961 playing Rosalind in As You Like It with the Royal Shakespeare Company and has since made more than 35 appearances on London's West End and Broadway, winning both the Tony and Olivier Awards. She made her film debut in the old-fashioned hospital drama Behind the Mask (1958, Brian Desmond Hurst), in which she played the onscreen daughter of Michael Redgrave. Redgrave would not venture into films again for another eight years, but in 1966 she became a key figure in the 1960’s revolution in British film, appearing for New Wave directors, Karel Reisz and her husband, Tony Richardson. She had her first starring role in the seminal Swinging Sixties comedy Morgan: A Suitable Case for Treatment (1966, Karel Reisz) in which she played the long-suffering ex-wife of a half-mad eccentric artist (David Warner). For her role she earned an Oscar nomination, a Cannes award, a Golden Globe nomination and a BAFTA Film Award nomination. Redgrave followed Morgan up by playing a mysterious, willowy model in the stylish Blowup (1966, Michelangelo Antonioni). TCM: “Both pictures helped solidify Redgrave's screen persona as a modern, intelligent woman whose cool and impassive exterior masked a range of conflicting emotions and passions.” For Richardson, she starred in The Sailor from Gibraltar (1967, Tony Richardson), the short and arty Red and Blue (1967, Tony Richardson), and The Charge of the Light Brigade (1968, Tony Richardson), as sexually willing Mrs Codrington. Other highlights of Redgrave's early film career include the role of Guinevere in the Hollywood adaptation of the Lerner and Loewe stage musical Camelot (1967, Joshua Logan) with Richard Harris and Franco Nero; her spirited portrayal of modern dance innovator Isadora Duncan in Isadora (1968, Karel Reisz; for which she won a National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actress, a second Prize for the Best Female Performance at the Cannes film festival, along with a Golden Globe and Oscar nomination in 1969); and various portrayals of historical figures – ranging from Andromache in The Trojan Women (1971, Mihalis Kakogiannis), to the tragic Mary Stuart in Mary, Queen of Scots (1971, Charles Jarrott). She had also been offered the role of Margaret More in the Oscar-laden story of Sir Thomas More's defiance of Henry VIII, A Man for All Seasons (1966, Fred Zinnemann), but she had to turn it down due to her stage commitments. She opted for the cameo role of Anne Boleyn instead, and refused to accept any money for this part. Susannah York was cast as Margaret More. Both Vanessa Redgrave and sister Lynn were nominated for the 1967 Best Actress Academy Award. Vanessa was nominated for Morgan: A Suitable Case for Treatment (1966) and Lynn for Georgy Girl (1966, Silvio Narizzano). They both lost to Elizabeth Taylor, who won for Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966, Mike Nichols). That same year, Redgrave was awarded the C.B.E. (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) for her services to drama. Thirty years later, she allegedly refused the D.B.E. (Dame of the order of the British Empire) in 1999. Since the 1960’s, Redgrave has supported a range of political causes, including opposition to the Vietnam War, nuclear disarmament, fre
Pamela Anderson Hot scene Pictures 5
Pamela Anderson Hot scene Pictures 5
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1967 fashion pictures
1967 fashion pictures
Thoroughly Modern Millie

Julie Andrews is at her peak of adorability in this enjoyable (and surprisingly sarcastic) spoof of the 1920s. It has every trick: occasional silent-movie intertitles, flapper lingo ("Oh, banana oil"), and a laughable plot about women being sold into white slavery by the scheming manageress (splendid Beatrice Lillie) of a Hotel for Ladies, aided by a cabal of wicked Chinese. (The stereotypes are bearable only if you remember this is a spoof of silent movie melodrama.) Even with able support from Mary Tyler Moore and James Fox, this is Julie's show; she plays to the camera with the collusion of director George Roy Hill, who's clearly smitten with her silly streak. The movie has an annoying tendency to spend time on musical numbers--a Jewish wedding, a vaudeville act--that don't serve the plot. A future Broadway musical would create a new score, except for the delightfully catchy title tune. --Robert Horton

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