Maniac The above two images are also from Search For Beauty and scenes like this is why the code was enforced. Easy To Love is another film from the offending year of
Rose Joan Blondell August 30, — December 25, was an American actress  who performed in movies and on television for half a century. She began her career in vaudeville. After winning a beauty pageant, Blondell embarked upon a film career.
Paulette Goddard became one of the most talked about women in Tinseltown. When she was a young model she posed nude for photographer Alfred Cheney Johnston. Norma Shearer was one of Hollywood's most elegant actresses.
Joan Blondell. Those who have heard the name will most likely picture either a blowsy, older woman playing the worldwise but warm-hearted saloon owner in the late s television series Here Come the Bridesor a lively, fast-talking, no-nonsense, and unconventionally sexy gold digger in numerous Pre-Code Warner Bros. As the title indicates, Joan Blondell: A Life Between Takes explores the life and career of this actress who, though never a major star, remained a popular leading lady and, later, supporting player — on film, stage, and television — for half a century. She was pleasant no matter the role, but when she was sexy and — ahem — enterprising, she was much, much pleasanter.
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Neither the scene nor the woman are in the picture. Needless to say, the woman isn't identified, but I've always been inclined to think it was a very young Joan Blondell. The photos you've unearthed here, and your allusions to others, are reinforcing my opinion.
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In my long and checkered literary career, I have been an erotica-for-hire writer, and out of curiosity read 50 Shades. I was appalled, not because of the salacious subject matter, or because the depiction of women might set their cause back a couple generations, or even because the writing lacked sophistication. I started flinging 50 Shades around the room because of the presentation of Christian Grey as a dominant.