Sunday, March 3, 2013

A photo tour, full of nostalgia, the history of the Oscars

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Just a week ago that have been the Oscars and appears much more. The 85th edition of the Academy Awards left us a red carpet rather bland and boring . It usually comment, as usual, that "there is no glamor" of old on red carpets. To verify this first hand there is nothing like taking a photo tour through the history of the Oscars.

lange Jessica Lange and Meryl Streep at the Oscars 1983

The Oscar winning actress best have always been the most photographed and seen in the Oscar. It's your night and should look as perfect as possible. All nominees cared the most of their looks but their photos exude a naturally now no longer see.

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In 1936 the actress Bette Davis with a suit jacket printed in black and white.

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In 1939, Bette Davis with muslin dress and feather collar detail with actor Spencer Tracy.


The actress Ginger Rogers with chiffon and lace choker Comète Chanel and actor James Stewart, both were winners to "best actor" in 1941.


In 1947 the actress Olivia de Havilland with strapless green mind.


Marilyn Monroe in 1951, with black dress giving an Oscar.

Walt Disney with a very young Elizabeth Taylor in 1954. The actress dressed in a sequined bodice and ruffled skirt.


In 1956 the actress Grace Kelly, very pretty, with Rainier of Monaco.


The actress Julie Andrews with sky blue dress with director Federico Fellini at the Oscars 1964.


In 1969 the actress and singer Barbra Streisand with sequined pantsuit.


Jane Fonda, in 1972 with Oscar pantsuit with mandarin collar jacket.


Ingrid Bergman with handkerchief dress at the Oscars 1975.


The actress Vanessa Redgrave with bell sleeved dress in 1978.


Anjelica Huston with green asymmetrical dress in 1985.


Actress Jodie Foster and tail draped dress in 1989.

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