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1940s Fashion: Iconic Looks And The Women Who Made Them Famous

In 1950, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz formed the now-famous Desilu Studios. In late 1957, they bought the RKO studios for $6 million, which seems ridiculously cheap now, especially as the purchase also included the Forty Acres studio lot in Culver City. This is where David O. Selznick filmed much of “Gone with the Wind.” This photo shows the Desilu sign out front of the same building where the Selznick International Pictures sign once hung.

In 1950, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz formed the now-famous Desilu Studios. In late 1957, they bought the RKO studios for $6 million, which seems ridiculously cheap now, especially as the purchase also included the Forty Acres studio lot in Culver City. This is where David O. Selznick filmed much of “Gone with the Wind.” This photo shows the Desilu sign out front of the same building where the Selznick International Pictures sign once hung.

A group photograph of MGM’s stars and starlets under contract, taken for the studio’s 20th anniversary in 1943. James Stewart, Margaret Sullavan, Lucille Ball, Hedy Lamarr, Katharine Hepburn, Harry James, Brian Donlevy, Red Skelton, Mickey Rooney, William Powell, Wallace Beery, Tommy Dorsey, George Murphy, Jean Rogers, James Craig, Donna Reed, Dame May Whitty, Reginald Owen, Keenan Wynn, Diana Lewis, Marilyn Maxwell, Esther Williams, Blanche Ring, Sara Haden, Fay Holden, Bert Lahr, Frances…

A group photograph of MGM’s stars and starlets under contract, taken for the studio’s 20th anniversary in 1943. James Stewart, Margaret Sullavan, Lucille Ball, Hedy Lamarr, Katharine Hepburn, Harry James, Brian Donlevy, Red Skelton, Mickey Rooney, William Powell, Wallace Beery, Tommy Dorsey, George Murphy, Jean Rogers, James Craig, Donna Reed, Dame May Whitty, Reginald Owen, Keenan Wynn, Diana Lewis, Marilyn Maxwell, Esther Williams, Blanche Ring, Sara Haden, Fay Holden, Bert Lahr, Frances…

All color: Lucille Ball, shown in her early 30s, was colorful comedically and in her fashion sense

So they did live in colour after all! Amazing pictures of American stars from the days of black and white

All color: Lucille Ball, shown in her early 30s, was colorful comedically and in her fashion sense

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