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Peter Stackpole—Time & Life Pictures/Getty ImagesActress Jeanne Crain balances a soap bubble on her index finger as she luxuriates in a bath in a scene from the 1946 movie, Margie. What do they use in movies to make all those long-lasting bubbles?

I LOVE 1940's-50's fashion! I want to dress like that!

Susan Peters, Oscar nominated for Random Harvest. Photo: Howie Cohen's Everything Bicycles/Hollywood Rides a Bike

Hammaste valgendamine. Vaja läheb- veerand tassi söögisoodat ja poole sidruni mahl, segada omavahel. Kanna segu vatitikuga hammastele, hoia peal minut (mitte rohkem) ja loputa korralikult. * There is a need, a quarter cup of baking soda and the juice of half a lemon, mix together. Apply the mixture with a cotton swab for teeth, hold on a minute (no more), and rinse thoroughly.

Dr Oz Teeth Whitening Remedy Ingredients: - Baking Soda cup) - Lemon Juice lemon) Dip cotton ball into lemon juice/baking soda solution, & apply to your teeth. Let lemon/baking soda solution sit on teeth for apx. Brush teeth to remove the acid.

Myrna Loy, 1930s

Actress Myrna Loy, best known for her enchanting chemistry with William Powell in the "Thin Man" movies of the and died in 1993 at the age of Though her life was remarkable,

Jeanne Elizabeth Crain (May 25, 1925 – December 14, 2003) was an American actress.

Margie, Jeanne Crain, 1946 Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

Jeanne Elizabeth Crain (May 1925 – December was an American actress whose career spanned from 1943 to She received an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress in the 1949 film Pinky, in which she played the leading role.