Evalyn Knapp

Evalyn Knapp

1930s movie star

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Kansas City, Missouri      ♥      5'4" tall      ♥      Died in 1981, at age 73


 


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Adorable in these Movies

  • Smart Money - 1931
  • The Millionaire - 1931
  • His Private Secretary - 1933
Enjoy photos and movies from her younger acting days from 1926 to 1943


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#1: Marilyn Monroe

1950s icon


“I want to be a big star more than anything. It's something precious.”
 

#2: Elizabeth Taylor

Liz


“I've only slept with the men I've been married to. How many women can make that claim?”
 

#3: Greta Garbo

"The Face"


“I never said, 'I wanted to be alone', I said 'I want to be left alone'”
 

#5: Ava Gardner

1940s beauty


“What I'd really like to say about stardom is that it gave me everything I never wanted. Deep down, I'm pretty superficial.”
 

#6: Hedy Lamarr

"The Most Beautiful Woman In Film"

#7: Jean Harlow

"Baby" or "The Platinum Blonde"


“Men like me because I don't wear a brassiere. Women like me because I don't look like a girl who would steal a husband. At least not for long.”
 

#8: Audrey Hepburn

1950s sweetheart

#9: Carole Lombard

The Profane Angel, The Hoosier Tornado

#10: Gene Tierney

1940s movie star

#11: Rita Hayworth

"The Love Goddess"


“I think all women have a certain elegance about them which is destroyed when they take off their clothes.”
 

#12: Sophia Loren

1950s movie star

#13: Louise Brooks

"LuLu" or "Brooksie"


“Love is a publicity stunt, and making love - after the first curious raptures - is only another petulant way to pass the time waiting for the studio to call.”
 

#14: Brigitte Bardot

"B.B."


“I gave my beauty and my youth to men. I am going to give my wisdom and experience to animals.”
 

#16: Lana Turner

Sweater Girl

#17: Loretta Young

Attila the Nun, Saint Loretta

#18: Marlene Dietrich

"Lili Marlene"


“The legs aren't so beautiful. I just know what to do with them.”
 

#19: Ingrid Bergman

1940s iconic actress


“I can do everything with ease on the stage, whereas in real life I feel too big and clumsy. So I didn't choose acting. It chose me.”
 

#20: Clara Bow

The "It" Girl


“We had individuality. We did as we pleased. We stayed up late. We dressed the way we wanted.”
 

#21: Jane Russell

1950s movie star

#23: Joan Crawford

"Billie" or "Cranberry"


“Women's Lib? Poor little things. They always look so unhappy. Have you noticed how bitter their faces are?”
 

#24: Ginger Rogers

1940s movie star

#25: Joan Fontaine

1940s beautiful actress


“The main problem in marriage is that, for a man, sex is a hunger. If he is hungry and can't get to a fancy French restaurant, he'll go to a hot dog stand.”
 

#26: Jennifer Jones

1940s movie star

#27: Claudette Colbert

"Lily"


“I think there was more sex in those old films than in all that thrashing around today [1960s]. I'm tired of sex scenes.”
 

#28: Joan Collins

"The British Open"


“The problem with beauty is that it's like being born rich and getting poorer.”
 

#29: Mary Pickford

Baby Gladys, The Glad Girl


“It would have been more logical if silent pictures had grown out of the talkies instead of the other way around”
 

#30: Myrna Loy

Queen of Hollywood, The Perfect Wife

#31: Kim Novak

1950s movie star

#32: Fay Wray

The Queen of Scream

#33: Susan Hayward

1940s movie star


“You aim at all the things you have been told that stardom means--the rich life, the applause, the parties. Then you find that you have it all. And it is nothing, really nothing.”
 

#35: Veronica Lake

"The Peek-a-boo Girl"

#36: Jayne Mansfield

1950s movie star

#37: Thelma Todd

Hot Toddy, The Ice Cream Blonde

#38: Marion Davies

1920s film comedienne and philanthropist


“With me it was 5% talent and 95% publicity.”
 

#39: Lillian Gish

"The First Lady of American Cinema"


“I think the things that are necessary in my profession are these: Taste, Talent and Tenacity. I think I have had a little of all three.”
 

#40: Bette Davis

"The Fifth Warner Brother," or "The First Lady of Film"


“An affair now and then is good for a marriage. It adds spice, stops it from getting boring. I ought to know.”
 

#41: Jeanne Crain

"Hollywood's Number One party girl"


“I loved being at the studio [20th Century-Fox]. After all, I started at 15, and I grew up there.”
 

#42: Betty Grable

"The Pin-Up Girl" or "The Girl With the Million Dollar Legs"


“...putting women on pedestals began to die out when it was discovered they could give orders better from there.”
 

#43: Diana Dors

"The Siren of Swindon" or "Hurricane in Mink"


“I was the first home-grown sex symbol... When Marilyn Monroe's first film was shown, a columnist wrote, 'How much like our Diana Dors she is'.”
 

#44: Lauren Bacall

"Baby" or "The Look"


“Men need to feel important. They feel better when they're with younger girls or unknown girls.”
 

#45: Katharine Hepburn

"Kate" and "First Lady of Cinema"


“If you want to sacrifice the admiration of many men for the criticism of one, go ahead, get married.”
 

#46: Linda Darnell

"Tweedles"


“People got tired of seeing the sweet young things I was playing and I landed at the bottom of the roller coaster. I'd crammed thirty years into ten...I missed out on my girlhood, the fun, little things that now seem important.”
 

#47: Maureen O'Sullivan

1930s movie star

#48: Mae West

1930s movie star

#49: Shirley MacLaine

1950s movie star

#50: Carole Landis

"The 'Ping' Girl"

#51: Lucille Ball

"Queen of the B's"


“Once in his life, every man is entitled to fall madly in love with a gorgeous redhead.”
 

#52: Ann Sheridan

The "Oomph" Girl

#53: Olivia de Havilland

"Livvie"


“Playing good girls in the '30s was difficult, when the fad was to play bad girls. Actually I think playing bad girls is a bore; I have always had more luck with good girl roles because they require more from an actress.”
 

#54: Vilma Banky

"The Hungarian Rhapsody"


“For the love scenes in my first Hollywood silent picture I spoke in Hungarian, and my co-star chatted about cricket and kippers.”
 

#55: Margaret Lindsay

1930s movie star

#56: Judy Garland

1940s entertainer


“In the silence of night I have often wished for just a few words of love from one man, rather than the applause of thousands of people.”
 

#57: Joan Blondell

1930s sexy wisecracker


“It amazes me how some of these little numbers with dreamy looks and a dead pan are getting away with not acting. ”
 

#58: Ella Raines

1940s movie star

#59: Jane Wyman

1940s movie star

#60: Dorothy Lamour

"The Beautiful One" or "Dottie"

#61: Barbara Lawrence

1950s movie star

#62: Ann Sothern

1930s movie star

#63: Joan Bennett

1930s winsome blonde


“I turned my hair dark and have received much better parts ever since.”
 

#64: Alice White

1930s flirt

#66: Anita Page

1930s movie star

#67: Norma Shearer

The First Lady of MGM, Queen Norma

#68: Sally Blane

1930s B-movie starlet


“Loretta was always really ambitious ... But while she was concentrating on her career, I had all the beaus.”
 

#69: Mary Astor

"The Cameo Girl" or "Rusty"


“I was never totally involved in movies. I was just making my father's dream come true.”
 

#70: Una Merkel

1930s movie star

#71: Eleanor Powell

Queen of Ra-Ta-Taps

#72: Evalyn Knapp

1930s movie star

#73: Constance Bennett

1930s fashion star


“Marilyn Monroe? There's a broad with her future behind her!”
 

#74: Kay Francis

Queen of Warner Brothers


“A dog has kindliness in his heart and dignity in his demeanor. The finest qualities anyone can have.”
 

#76: Marian Marsh

1930s movie star

#77: Marie Wilson

1930s comic cutie

#78: Glenda Farrell

1930s actress


“Not many silent-film actors could talk. So they shoved the ones that came from Broadway into everything. It all went so fast. I used to ask myself, 'What set am I on today?”
 

#79: Madge Evans

1930s "nice girl" actress


“I became a Typical American Girl by the accident of a few early picture parts ... I'm stuck with it. Maybe I'd like to be known as a mysterious silent woman...Nobody cares.”
 

#80: Ruth Chatterton

1930s actress, novelist, and early aviator


“I know for some women, men are a household necessity; myself, I'd rather have a canary. ”
 

#81: Virginia Bruce

1930s pale-eyed blonde


“My chief purpose in life is to fall in love. I don't know why I want to, but I do.”
 

#82: Blanche Sweet

1920s silent film actress


“I was stubborn, I was difficult, I played games, I was to fall in love, oh there are reasons and reasons.”
 
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