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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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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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TV Icons Paper Dolls

TV Icons Paper Dolls

Turn the TV dial back to the time when three networks ruled the airways. ABC, CBS and NBC entertained the whole family with sitcoms and dramas and memorable characters. The liberating decades of the 1960s and '70s brought us such iconic shows as The Brady Bunch, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, That Girl, Bewitched, I Dream of Jeannie, The Beverly Hillbillies, Green Acres and The Carol Burnett Show. In this fun pop...
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The Silver Screen in Black & White - Limited Edition

The Silver Screen in Black & White - Limited Edition

Hollywood's early days had neither sound nor Technicolor and yet movies made magic when stars appeared in costumes that fed the daydreams of women in the audience. This paper doll book in black and white, just like the films, is by extraordinarily gifted artist Norma Lu Meehan. She recalls those glory days of the silent screen’s audaciously extravagant style. A single star paper doll wears seven glorious gowns,...
$22.50

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