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To Catch a Kitten: 1954

To Catch a Kitten: 1954

1954. "From photographs of actress Grace Kelly on the movie set of To Catch a Thief." Photo by Robert Vose for Look magazine. View full size.

 

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I married Grace Kelly

well, not REALLY, but about 35 years ago I married a young woman who was a dead ringer for Grace Kelly (to my love-freshened eyes, she looked even better). Now along comes this photo, reminding me that 3 years later she divorced me and I ended up with a damned cat. Thanks a bunch, Shorpy!

Gorgeous

What a stunning woman. If I had to pick out the five most beautiful women who ever appeared in Hollywood, she would be on the list, along with Julia Roberts, Ingrid Bergman, young Mary Astor, and Natalie Wood.

Breathtaking

Perhaps the most classically beautiful woman ever to "grace" the screen - or anything else for that matter. Liz Taylor was more darkly mysterious; Natalie Wood was just prettier; Marilyn Monroe was more joyously sexy. But for just pure, epic beauty, Grace Kelly is a category unto herself. Breathtaking!

Me, Wowww

My kind of kitten. Just saw her Sunday night on TV in "Rear Window" and "To Catch a Thief."

Say What?

Why there are no fireworks in sight.

Frees Frame

A cat in fabric does not always equal the work of Harry Frees.

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