Inspiration VI

This list of inspirations are of women who are no longer in this world. These women are an inspiration to me in many ways.

Hollywood Stars:

Whitney Houston laid to rest at private N.J. ceremony | Whitney houston, Whitney  houston pictures, Whitney

Whitney Houston– Some of my favorite songs are Queen of the Night and I will always love you. My favorite movies she starred in The Preacher’s Wife (1996) and produced Cinderella (1997) and played the fairy godmother.

Audrey Hepburn: film and the creation of a style icon – Girls Do Film

Audrey Hepburn– My favorite movies she starred in Sabrina (1954), Holly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961), and Eliza in My Fair Lady (1964).

Scandals of Classic Hollywood: Elizabeth Taylor, Black Widow - The Hairpin

Elizabeth Taylor– I love her style and her eyes. I love her performance as Leslie in Giant (1956).

Vivien Leigh with a feather in her hat black and white photo looking  serious | Vivien leigh, Hollywood icons, Gone with the wind

Vivien Leigh- I love her performance as Scarlet in Gone with the Wind (1939).

Carrie Fisher, Princess Leia in 'Star Wars,' Dead at 60 - Rolling Stone

Carrie Fisher– My favorite movies she is in Star Wars (1977, 1980, 1983, 2015, 2019) as Princess/General Lelia and Marie in When Harry met Sally (1989).

The Trials and Triumphs of Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher | Allure
Carrie & Debbie ❤
Debbie Reynolds Passes Away at Age 84 | Vogue

Debbie Reynolds– I love her performance as Kathy in Singing in the Rain (1952), Molly in The Unsinkable Molly Brown (1964), Aggie in Halloweentown film series (1998, 2001, 2004, 2006).

Carolyn Jones aka Morticia Addams circa late 1950s : OldSchoolCool

Carolyn Jones– Played Morticia in the original Addams Family TV show (1964-1966).

A Dark Haired Beauty | Lucille ball, I love lucy, Beauty

Lucille Ball- She stars as Lucy in I Love Lucy (1951-1957).

File:Judy Garland 1943 publicity photo.jpg - Wikimedia Commons

Judy Garland– She played Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz (1939), Esther in Meet me in St. Louis (1944), and Esther in A Star is Born (1954).

Dorothy Provine 1961.JPG

Dorothy Provine– She played Emeline Marcus-Finch in It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963).

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