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Ava Gardner at the premiere of Mogambo (1953) in Los Angeles.

via vintagechampagnefever: Ava Gardner addresses fans at the October 1953 premiere of Mogambo

The beautiful, Ava Gardner as a child

, Ava Lavinia Gardner, Ava Gardner as a child.

Ava Gardner and Joan Fontaine     love the layed back gals having a good laugh....great icons here....

Ava Gardner con Joan Fontaine y.

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Ava Gardner putting on her face

Ava Gardner with her assistant and confidante Mearene “Rene” Jordan.

beauvelvet: “ “Ava Gardner with her assistant and confidante Mearene “Rene” Jordan. Rene worked with Ava for more than 25 years. Ava considered Mearene her best friend and refused to go places that.

nitratediva:Ava Gardner in The Killers (1946).

Ava Gardner gif from "The Killers"

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Ava Gardner on Mickey Rooney :- “He came to visit me at the hospital and I heard the Jesus Christ routine. He’s a reborn Christian. What a load of crap!

Ava Gardner: A Face Like No Other

Ava Gardner "A Face Like No Other" Beautiful

“I want to remember it all, the good times and the bad times, the late nights, the boozing, the dancing into dawns, and all the great and not-so-great people I met and loved in those years…” - Ava Gardner in The Bribe (1949)

- Ava Gardner en “Soborno” (The Bribe), 1949

Ava Gardner, with Sir Dirk Bogarde.

Ava Gardner, with Sir Dirk Bogarde.

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Ava Gardner

Http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-mu9ZK0200MM/UE3BJrYrf3I/AAAAAAAABb0/TDe3OJD9wkI/s640/Maria+Superior-3.png]. Ava Lavinia Gardner fue una actriz del cine clásico estadounidense nominada a los Premios Óscar, considerada una de las grandes estrellas del siglo...

Ava Gardner cara de ángel y cuerpo de diosa

Although she passed away 50 years ago, Marilyn Monroe's legacy continues to endure with her

“Ava was always alive. Even in the depths of depression or anguish, she was terribly alive. And she could get heartbreakingly depressed. There were times when she couldn’t see people, times when she was so miserable, when life was so black for her...” — Roddy McDowall

“Ava was always alive. Even in the depths of depression or anguish, she was…

Ava Gardner, 1953 (Norman Parkinson) AVA, hard to believe she is human, startling beauty.

by Norman Parkinson bromide fibre print on card mount 1953 © Norman Parkinson Archive

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