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We Imagined How 17 Old Hollywood Stars Would Look If They Were Our Contemporaries

Movies filmed during the Golden Age of Hollywood have their own special magic and charm. Grace Kelly, Elizabeth Taylor, Rita Hayworth and other stars of that epoch look at us from black-and-white film frames, their hair curled in sleek continuous lines, their eyelashes covered with thick layers of mascara, and their eyebrows super thin. Times have changed, and the stars of modern movie hits look completely different.

With the help of our designers, we at Bright Side tried to imagine how 17 actresses from the Golden Age of Hollywood would look if they lived and starred in movies now, and here’s what we came up with.

Grace Kelly

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Audrey Hepburn

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Lana Turner

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Ginger Rogers

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Rita Hayworth

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Lauren Bacall

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Elizabeth Taylor

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Gene Tierney

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Debbie Reynolds

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Ingrid Bergman

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Mae West

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Rosalind Russell

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Susan Hayward

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Anne Baxter

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Sylvia Sidney

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Joan Fontaine

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Carole Lombard

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Do you like watching old movies? Which Old Hollywood actresses are your favorite and why?

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