Hollywood Gets Undressed Paper Dolls

Hollywood Gets Undressed Paper Dolls
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  • Model: Fun fashions from classic films
When stars would "take it off" in old Hollywood movies, they were still dressed! This paper doll collection is a fun way to look at the various states of "undressed" in some of our favorite classic films.

Four glamorous models (three ladies and a handsome gentleman) are ready to cut-out and UNdress-up in corsets, pajamas, negligees, nightgowns, robes, slips, swimwear and even a union suit. Included are iconic costumes worn by Marilyn Monroe, Jean Harlow, Sophia Loren, Barbra Streisand and even Tom Cruise. There are 45 fashion items in all! A witty essay by artist and fashion historian David Wolfe explains how even undressed, Hollywood is a fun fashion fantasy, perfect inspiration for paper dolls!

Costume Reference

PLATE 1: Fine Feathers
1 Norma Shearer, The Women, 1939
2 Jean Harlow, Dinner at Eight, 1933
3 Kathryn Crawford, Safety in Numbers, 1930

PLATE 2: Good Night
4 Greer Garson, Mrs. Miniver, 1942
5 William Powell, The Thin Man, 1934
6 Jean Arthur, History Is Made At Night, 1937
7 Doris Day, The Pajama Game, 1957
7 John Raitt, The Pajama Game, 1957

PLATE 3: Fabulous Fancies
8 Steve Reeves, The Trojan Horse, 1961
9 Loretta Young, Eternally Yours, 1939
10 Loretta Young, Shanghai, 1935
11 Jane Fonda, Sunday in New York, 1963
12 Esther Williams, Million Dollar Mermaid, 1952

PLATE 4: Sweet Memories
13 Uncredited model, The Women, 1939
14 Joan Crawford, Our Blushing Brides, 1930
15 Elizabeth Taylor, Cat On a Hot Tin Roof, 1958
16 Elizabeth Taylor, Raintree County, 1957
17 Esther Williams, Neptune’s Daughter, 1949

PLATE 5: Old Fashioned
18 Jane Powell, Two Weeks with Love, 1950
19 Jeff Richards, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, 1954
20 Cary Grant, Bringing Up Baby, 1938
21 Vivien Leigh, Gone With the Wind, 1939
22 Robert Redford, The Great Gatsby, 1974

PLATE 6: Vintage Velvets
23 Irene Dunne, publicity photo, 1934
24 Vivien Leigh, Gone With the Wind, 1939
25 Elizabeth Taylor, Rhapsody, 1954
26 Claire Trevor, Dante’s Inferno, 1935

PLATE 7: Take It Off!
27 Barbara Stanwyck, Lady of Burlesque, 1943
28 Natalie Wood, Gypsy, 1962
29 Barbra Streisand, The Owl and the Pussycat, 1970
30 Raquel Welch, One Million Years B.C., 1966
31 Tom Cruise, Risky Business, 1983

PLATE 8: Naughty, Naughty!
32 Sophia Loren, Marriage Italian Style, 1964
33 Marilyn Monroe, censored from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, 1953
34 Jane Russell, The French Line, 1954
35 Ginger Rogers, Professional Sweetheart, 1933
36 Dolly Parton, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, 1982


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