Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Wallpapers by Lolita


I'm starting to become a real Photoshop nerd. But why not? Now I've learned how to do wallpapers and adjust them to different screen sizes. Yay!

I thought that I was going to make this post one of those that I update continually (like Movies watched by me 2009 and All lables). So take a look here every once in a while - and feel free to come with wallpaper suggestions!
Just click on the links to get your wallpaper. If you have some of your own, feel free to become a member of Wallpapers4Stars and post them there in my group "Classic Filmstars Wallpapers". (You're welcome on the network even if you don't make any wallpapers, if you're just a film star devotee!)


Jean Harlow - the platinum blonde.







In Jezebel (1938), Bette Davis plays Julie who shows up to a society ball dressed in red, even though all unmarried women are expected to wear white. Henry Fonda is not too happy.







Myrna Loy. I've already posted that background, I know, but I want all my backgrounds to me easily found.







Little Connie Marshall - the forgotten child star that won America's heart in her debut role as Mary Osbourne in Sunday Dinner for Soldiers (1944). She plays Cary Grant's and Myrna Loy's daughter in Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House (1948). Read more about Connie Marshall here.
Colorized by CineMalc, who also runs the page about her.







Clark Gable and Jean Harlow starred in no less than six motion pictures together. Photo colorized by me.







The otherwise innocent-looking Ingrid Bergman could also pull off the look of a dangerous femme fatale.


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Veronica Lake - called "Moronica Lake" by co-workers who found her difficult to work with.



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Loretta Young, who produced a love child with none other than Clark Gable.



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10 comments:

Kate Gabrielle said...

I love the Harlow/Gable one!! They're all great :)

Lolita said...

Oh, thanks! You always encourage me! :)

Connie57 said...

These are FABULOUS!

Lolita said...

Connie57:
Thanks a lot, Connie! Hope you enjoy them!

Elizabeth said...

Looks great!

Lolita said...

Elizabeth:
Thank you ;)

Paul Brazill said...

Top! the Bergman one is a bit splendid!

Lolita said...

Paul Brazill:
A bit splendid? Haha, thanks!

harlow11star said...

I am very very happy that Greeeeat Gorgeous colorizeds wallpapers of Jean Harlow and you are greeeat wonderful..Thanks alots Lolita

Lotten said...

Harlow11star:
Thank you very much!