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Classic Stars & Hollywood


"They had faces then" is a famous movie quote referring to the glorious, glamorous stars of the past.  The beauties who reigned as Hollywood Queens on the silver screen are now just flickering memories. But their unforgettable images are captured in a growing series of paper doll books published by Paper Studio Press. Here they are in all their glory, the personification of bygone beauty, picture perfect as they appeared on the screen in the '30s, '40s and '50s.  The legendary cast includes Joan Fontaine, Loretta Young, Doris Day, Ginger Rogers, Dorothy Lamour and dozens more.  Each star has a wardrobe of cinematic creations calculated to bring back memories of Hollywood's Golden Age.


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Margaret O'Brien Paper Dolls

Margaret O'Brien Paper Dolls

Precious paper doll book featuring legendary child star Margaret O'Brien. Beautifully illustrated by Norma Lu Meehan, this special book represents Margaret at the peak of her MGM career with two dolls representing Margaret as a young girl and teenager, and 16 outfits from her films plus photos form Margaret's own collection. Film costumes include Little Women, Meet Me in St. Louis, Jane Eyre, The Canterville Ghost,...
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Marsha Hunt Paper Doll Book

Marsha Hunt Paper Doll Book

David Wolfe's tribute to Marsha Hunt, the glamorous clotheshorse whose pretty face and model's figure graced scores of films in the '30s and '40s. Featuring movie costumes and items from the stars own wardrobe including her 1946 wedding suit and a WWII WADCA uniform, this book was created in collaboration with Marsha Hunt herself. Film costumes include: The Human Comedy, Lost Angel, Take One False Step, The Accusing...
$12.00

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Merry Movie Christmas

Merry Movie Christmas

Enjoy Christmas classics year-round with this heart-warming collection by David Wolfe. Features 12 dolls and costumes from— It’s a Wonderful Life, Miracle on 34th Street, White Christmas, Meet Me in St. Louis, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, Home Alone, Holiday Affair, A Christmas Story and Elf .
$12.50

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Phyllis Diller Paper Dolls

Phyllis Diller Paper Dolls

Phyllis Diller is a cut-up in more ways than one in this fun and fabulous new paper doll book illustrated by David Wolfe. America’s first lady of comedy, Phyllis Diller’s wardrobe was often just as funny as her jokes, and this paper doll book includes both! The pages are filled with crazy, colorful clothes, funny bootees, wild hair-dos and wigs and peppered with Miss Diller’s hilarious one-liners. The Phyllis...
$12.00

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Phyllis McGuire Paper Dolls

Phyllis McGuire Paper Dolls

Phyllis McGuire was the stand-out lead singer in one of the most popular singing trios of all time, The McGuire Sisters. Her beauty and pizzazz personality made her a popular star for decades, however, not everyone is aware that Phyllis is also a world class fashionista who has collected an extraordinary high fashion wardrobe. "Sugartime" and "Sincerely" are just two of the big time hit songs recorded by the...
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Queen Elizabeth on the Screen

Queen Elizabeth on the Screen

Queen Elizabeth I was one of history’s most fascinating, powerful and brilliant characters. England enjoyed a golden age during her long and turbulent reign. Her life has inspired many screen treatments, movies and television, and this book showcases the queen as portrayed Bette Davis, Cate Blanchett, Vanessa Redgrave, Judi Dench, Helen Mirren and Glenda Jackon. Costumes from many of the successful motion picture...
$13.95

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Retro Space Girls

Retro Space Girls

To the moon and beyond! What will fashions of the future look like? What's the dress code on Mars? Since the beginning of motion pictures we've seen a plethora of sci-fi styles from solid colored unitards to outlandish ensembles to skimpy, sexy garments. Miniskirts always seem to be on trend in space. Artist Brenda Sneathen Mattox represents a fantastic collection of retro-future film and TV fashions in a...
$12.00

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Silent Screen Stars Paper Dolls

Silent Screen Stars Paper Dolls

The lights dim, the piano plays and the film projector clicks as the first title card appears on the screen. It's the silent film era--the three-decade period at the beginning of the 20th century that gave birth to the film industry, Hollywood and movie stars. The 5th in "David Wolfe's History of Hollywood Fashions" series celebrates six of our earliest stars--Mary Pickford, Lillian Gish, Gloria Swanson, Clara Bow,...
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