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[ Read Online Glamorous Movie Stars of the Sixties Paper Dolls Ê art-design PDF ] by Tom Tierney ✓ I received Glamorous Stars of the 1960 s for my birthday and am very pleased with the book The dolls are very well drawn and actually do justice to the actresses portrayed The costumes are perfect in every detail, down to the grain of the fabric Included are Jane Fonda and her red dress from Cat Ballou, Barbra Streisand with her dresse from Funny Girl and the gorgeous golden gown from Hello Dolly, Natalie Wood and her Maria dress from West Side Story, Anne Bancroft as Annie Sullivan in The Miracle Workery, and Julie Andrews as Maria in The Sound of Music and Mary Poppins My only problem with this work is the actresses chosen and those left out I also thought some of the wrong outfits were used, like putting a costume from a relatively unknown movie in there instead of one from a popular movie Over all, though, I think Tom Tierney did a great job on Glamorous Movie Stars of the 1960 s.
Jane Fonda, Natalie Wood, Kim Novak, Anne Bancroft And Glamorous Film Stars In The Costumes They Wore In Such Films As Barbarella, West Side Story, Pal Joey, The Miracle Worker And Glamorous Designs By Edith Head, Donald Brooks, Tony Walton, Other Noted Designers Dolls, Costumes It s an unfortunate truth that costumes started to lose their glamor as movies entered the 60s Fortunately for this book, most of the costumes are beautifully rendered and show a wide range of the kind of costuming that was becoming commonplace in this decade Some glamour remains, but could have been seen by selecting better film representations of the actresses depicted For example, Shirley MacLaine wears some outrageous Edith Head gowns in 1964 s What A Way To Go one of those would have been a great selection.
And although all of the actresses are representative of the period, Kim Novak is readily identified with the 50s and might have made a nice choice for the book featuring costumes from that decade And nothing against Anne Bancroft she s a very fine actress , but none of her costumes are particularly interesting I d suggest replacing Kim and Anne with Ann Margret she pops up in the edition featuring 70s costuming, but would fit better in this 60s edition and Julie Christie It s a particular shame that Julie s films aren t represented with lovely costumes from Darling , Doctor Zhivago and Petulia.
Otherwise, this is a very interesting look at the gamut of film costuming in the 60s.
I received Glamorous Stars of the 1960 s for my birthday and am very pleased with the book The dolls are very well drawn and actually do justice to the actresses portrayed The costumes are perfect in every detail, down to the grain of the fabric Included are Jane Fonda and her red dress from Cat Ballou, Barbra Streisand with her dresse from Funny Girl and the gorgeous golden gown from Hello Dolly, Natalie Wood and her Maria dress from West Side Story, Anne Bancroft as Annie Sullivan in The Miracle Workery, and Julie Andrews as Maria in The Sound of Music and Mary Poppins My only problem with this work is the actresses chosen and those left out I also thought some of the wrong outfits were used, like putting a costume from a relatively unknown movie in there instead of one from a popular movie Over all, though, I think Tom Tierney did a great job on Glamorous Movie Stars of the 1960 s.
THIS IS A GREAT BOOK.
THE BARBRA STREISAND DOLL WITH OUTFITS FROM FUNNY GIRL, HELLO DOLLY, AND ON A CLEAR DAY YOU CAN SEE FOREVER PROVES TO BE THE HIGHLIGHT OF A FINE TRIBUTE TO EIGHT ACTRESSES.
A WELL THOUGHT OUT TRIBUTE TO WHO WAS WHO IN 1960 S FILMS.
THIS IS A GREAT BOOK.
THE BARBRA STREISAND DOLL WITH OUTFITS FROM FUNNY GIRL, HELLO DOLLY, AND ON A CLEAR DAY YOU CAN SEE FOREVER PROVES TO BE THE HIGHLIGHT OF A FINE TRIBUTE TO EIGHT ACTRESSES.
A WELL THOUGHT OUT TRIBUTE TO WHO WAS WHO IN 1960 S FILMS.
It s an unfortunate truth that costumes started to lose their glamor as movies entered the 60s Fortunately for this book, most of the costumes are beautifully rendered and show a wide range of the kind of costuming that was becoming commonplace in this decade Some glamour remains, but could have been seen by selecting better film representations of the actresses depicted For example, Shirley MacLaine wears some outrageous Edith Head gowns in 1964 s What A Way To Go one of those would have been a great selection.
And although all of the actresses are representative of the period, Kim Novak is readily identified with the 50s and might have made a nice choice for the book featuring costumes from that decade And nothing against Anne Bancroft she s a very fine actress , but none of her costumes are particularly interesting I d suggest replacing Kim and Anne with Ann Margret she pops up in the edition featuring 70s costuming, but would fit better in this 60s edition and Julie Christie It s a particular shame that Julie s films aren t represented with lovely costumes from Darling , Doctor Zhivago and Petulia.
Otherwise, this is a very interesting look at the gamut of film costuming in the 60s.
I received Glamorous Stars of the 1960 s for my birthday and am very pleased with the book The dolls are very well drawn and actually do justice to the actresses portrayed The costumes are perfect in every detail, down to the grain of the fabric Included are Jane Fonda and her red dress from Cat Ballou, Barbra Streisand with her dresse from Funny Girl and the gorgeous golden gown from Hello Dolly, Natalie Wood and her Maria dress from West Side Story, Anne Bancroft as Annie Sullivan in The Miracle Workery, and Julie Andrews as Maria in The Sound of Music and Mary Poppins My only problem with this work is the actresses chosen and those left out I also thought some of the wrong outfits were used, like putting a costume from a relatively unknown movie in there instead of one from a popular movie Over all, though, I think Tom Tierney did a great job on Glamorous Movie Stars of the 1960 s.
THIS IS A GREAT BOOK.
THE BARBRA STREISAND DOLL WITH OUTFITS FROM FUNNY GIRL, HELLO DOLLY, AND ON A CLEAR DAY YOU CAN SEE FOREVER PROVES TO BE THE HIGHLIGHT OF A FINE TRIBUTE TO EIGHT ACTRESSES.
A WELL THOUGHT OUT TRIBUTE TO WHO WAS WHO IN 1960 S FILMS.