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Allow me to present some pictures of the lovely Donna Reed, to which a reader brought my attention:



And a picture of Veronica Lake:


Now, I am normally a firm believer that women in the 1950s and 1940s were, on the whole, cuter than modern women, but there are exceptions. This young lady is named Lara Stone.


On exception is Jennifer Connelly, who is certainly easy on the eyes:

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Also, Hayley Atwell is quite attractive, despite that she is not from the 1950s or 1940s:

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Joan Collins is lovely, also:


There is something about certain of these modern actresses which I honestly think are equal in glamor to those of the prior generation. I just cannot put my finger on what it is. Maybe it is because they appear in Science Fiction flicks?

Karen Gillan:

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