Skip to comments.The 30 Most Beautiful Female Movie Stars of All Time
Posted on 12/30/2004 8:04:03 AM PST by pissant
Here's the authors top 15. Click to see the rest. Its a well done site with good pics. Cheers:
1) Liz Taylor 2) Grace Kelly 3) Emmanuelle Beart 4) Winona Rider (huh?) 5) Gene Tierney 6) Isabelle Adjani 7) Frances Farmer 8) Natalie Portman 9) Katharine Ross 10) Audrey Hepburn 11) Catherine McCormack 12) Tuesday Weld 13) Jaqueline Bisset 14) Ingrid Bergman 15) Catherine Zeta-Jones
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Where is Natalie Wood?
Agreed. And I am astounded at the inclusion of Zeta-Jones. Ever seen pics of her not in front of the camera? Butt ugly.
Winona Ryder? She's a skank!
Winona stole her spot.
My all time favorites are Audrey Hepburn and Sophia Loren. I saw the movue 'Houseboat' when I was about 10 years old and finally figured out what the nuns meant by impure thoughts when I saw Sophia Loren dressed in that gold gown to go to the Country Club ball.
Jennifer Connely belongs on the list, if I may add my 2 cents and 2 eyes.
Jennifer Connelly before she turned herself into a skeleton.
Sally Field beautiful? Winona Ryder? And not Jean Simmons? Janet Leigh? Puh-lease. Heck, what about Denise Richards? Halle Berry? Jennifer Love Hewitt? Dyan Cannon?
Some of those ladies I've never even heard of.
My list would include Vivien Leigh, Natalie Wood, Maureen O'Hara and Rita Hayworth.
No Ava Gardner?
Rent "Heathers" sometime.
I must admit I've never seen pics of her not in front of a camera. If I knew how, I would. LOL!
No Halle Berry? Weird.
"finally figured out what the nuns meant by impure thoughts when I saw Sophia Loren"
I felt the same way
And Ava Gardner?
Somebody kick that little shoplifter Winona Ryder off the list and give her slot to a real woman.
Where's Sophia Loren?
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