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Mae West Palace Live Performance Poster (1938). Extremely Rare.... | Lot #89295 | Heritage Auctions

Mae West Palace Live Performance Poster (1938). Extremely Rare.... | Lot #89295 | Heritage Auctions

Mae West Palace Live Performance Poster (1938). Extremely Rare. Colorful window card printed on thick card - Available at 2018 April 15 Entertainment &...

Mae West: Mae West: Yogini

Mae West: Yogini

MAE WEST was involved with yoga in 1940, observes this recent article in Columbia Journalism Review. Here is a brief excerpt. • • The thirties saw the rise of the influence of gossip columnists, many of whom had started their careers just a few years earlier with the tabloids. Walter Winchell and Hedda Hopper were two of the best known of the pack. Gossips wrote six days a week in many cases, so they relied to an inordinate degree on movie stars’ predilections, which began to involve yoga. •…

MAE WEST rare portrait 1936, Paramount. (please follow minkshmink on pinterest) #maewest #gayicon #comedienne #glamour #hollywood

MAE WEST rare portrait 1936, Paramount. (please follow minkshmink on pinterest) #maewest #gayicon #comedienne #glamour #hollywood

MAE WEST's LIFE STORY advertisement for TRUE CONFESSIONS magazine Dec 1933. (please follow minkshmink on pinterest) #maewest #trueconfessions

MAE WEST's LIFE STORY advertisement for TRUE CONFESSIONS magazine Dec 1933. (please follow minkshmink on pinterest) #maewest #trueconfessions

Mae West is supposed to be telling Randolph Scott "Go West, Young Man" (1936) but I suspect what she's really saying is: "My bedroom's up thataway." Mae would be waiting a long time since Scott was reportedly more interested if Cary Grant was up there.

Mae West is supposed to be telling Randolph Scott "Go West, Young Man" (1936) but I suspect what she's really saying is: "My bedroom's up thataway." Mae would be waiting a long time since Scott was reportedly more interested if Cary Grant was up there.

Mae West (August 17, 1893 – November 22, 1980)

Mae West (August 17, 1893 – November 22, 1980)

Mae West, 1930s

Mae West, 1930s

Explore Gatochy's photos on Flickr. Gatochy has uploaded 20865 photos to Flickr.

Mae West ~ "Movie Classic" magazine...

Mae West ~ "Movie Classic" magazine...

Mae West & Marlene Dietrich were actually good friends on the Paramount lot, Mae even joked Marlene offered to wash her hair. Mae wasn't the party girl, but each were individual & not rivals. (please follow minkshmink on pinterst)

Rantings Of A Modern Day Glamour Girl

Mae West and Marlene Dietrich

Mae West on Pinterest | Mae West Quotes, Bette Davis and Tyrone Power

Mae West on Pinterest | Mae West Quotes, Bette Davis and Tyrone Power

MAE WEST PUBLICITY PHOTO  - Hollywood 1930's Movie Actress

MAE WEST PUBLICITY PHOTO Hollywood 1930s Movie Actress

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Mae West, 1930s

"I am delighted, I have heard so much about you." -- "Yeah, but you can't prove it." Mae West

"I am delighted, I have heard so much about you." -- "Yeah, but you can't prove it." Mae West

Mae West 1934 Ardath Famous Film Stars Tobacco Card #13 on Immortal Ephemera

Mae West 1934 Ardath Famous Film Stars Tobacco Card #13 on Immortal Ephemera

20s and before

Mae West

Mae West

Mae West 1927

Mae West: Recollections from Abroad

MAE WEST used to say: "I speak two languages — — body and English." It's obvious that her appeal is not just North American. You don't need to have grown up on the East or West Coast to "get" her. • • What effect was there on her fans abroad and on her anxious household in November 1980, as the vivacious performer millions have applauded slipped further back, wavering in those last temporary breaths? A news flash on the 22nd fractured the calm, partnered with an emptying fear, words waving…

Mae West dressed as a man for Broadway play, 1916

Mae West dressed as a man for Broadway play, 1916

Mae West ın Vaudeville-1908

Mae West ın Vaudeville-1908

In 1927, Mae West was sentenced to 10 days in prison and given a $500 fine, charged with “obscenity and corrupting the morals of youth” for writing, under the pen name Jane Mast, directing, and starring in the play 'Sex.' Photo, 1937.

Fashion and Costume History

In 1927, Mae West was sentenced to 10 days in prison and given a $500 fine, charged with “obscenity and corrupting the morals of youth” for writing, under the pen name Jane Mast, directing, and starring in the play 'Sex.' Photo, 1937.

OMG!  Mae West, 1910  VERY young-before she was "MAE WEST" (and apparently, before she was blonde)

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50s and after

Mae West & Liberace

Mae West & Liberace

Mae West at the Sahara, Las Vegas

Mae West

Mae West

I had a nice conversation with this lady that was Mae West ...At least for the night..... The Annual Patrons of the Prado Gala 2011 "Sirens & Sheiks of the Silver Screen" was held on Saturday, July 9th in Balboa Park. Take a trip back in time through these photos as we walk the red carpet and enter an era of vintage glamour and glitter as you mingle among beautiful siren actresses, Mae West, the little Shirley Temple and a young Charlie Chaplin. The event started at 6pm with a cocktail…

40s

Mae West 1944

Mae West: Auction This Month

RR Auction is selling a rare autographed portrait of MAE WEST this month. Their catalogue offers only one sentence for a description: three-quarter length Kesslere photo of the actress in diamonds and fur, signed and inscribed in red fountain pen “My Dear Friend Josephine, Best Wishes, Mae West" — — and bidding for this keepsake ends on 18 January 2012. • • Though it's unclear who "my dear friend Josephine" was, the lensman had a long history with the Brooklyn bombshell. G. Maillard Kesslere…

Mae West 1948

Mae West: Catherine's Court

On Monday, 30 August 1948 MAE WEST was in Los Angeles. The newspapers described the star as trim, stylish, and "dolled up in black satin" when she took the stand in a crowded Los Angeles courtroom. • • Take a moment to notice how the shape of the unusual hat Mae wore to the trial in 1948 imitated the headdress Mae wore onstage in August 1944 when she portrayed the iconic czarina on Broadway. • • Catherine's Court — Plagiarism Suit in 1948 • • • • Every lawsuit has a back-story. Eagerly…

Mae West Palace Live Performance Poster (1938). Extremely Rare.... | Lot #89295 | Heritage Auctions

Mae West Palace Live Performance Poster (1938). Extremely Rare.... | Lot #89295 | Heritage Auctions

Mae West Palace Live Performance Poster (1938). Extremely Rare. Colorful window card printed on thick card - Available at 2018 April 15 Entertainment &...

Mae West: Mae West: Yogini

Mae West: Yogini

MAE WEST was involved with yoga in 1940, observes this recent article in Columbia Journalism Review. Here is a brief excerpt. • • The thirties saw the rise of the influence of gossip columnists, many of whom had started their careers just a few years earlier with the tabloids. Walter Winchell and Hedda Hopper were two of the best known of the pack. Gossips wrote six days a week in many cases, so they relied to an inordinate degree on movie stars’ predilections, which began to involve yoga. •…

Mae West 1944

Mae West: Auction This Month

RR Auction is selling a rare autographed portrait of MAE WEST this month. Their catalogue offers only one sentence for a description: three-quarter length Kesslere photo of the actress in diamonds and fur, signed and inscribed in red fountain pen “My Dear Friend Josephine, Best Wishes, Mae West" — — and bidding for this keepsake ends on 18 January 2012. • • Though it's unclear who "my dear friend Josephine" was, the lensman had a long history with the Brooklyn bombshell. G. Maillard Kesslere…

Mae West 1948

Mae West: Catherine's Court

On Monday, 30 August 1948 MAE WEST was in Los Angeles. The newspapers described the star as trim, stylish, and "dolled up in black satin" when she took the stand in a crowded Los Angeles courtroom. • • Take a moment to notice how the shape of the unusual hat Mae wore to the trial in 1948 imitated the headdress Mae wore onstage in August 1944 when she portrayed the iconic czarina on Broadway. • • Catherine's Court — Plagiarism Suit in 1948 • • • • Every lawsuit has a back-story. Eagerly…

Mae West

Mae West

Mae West 1927

Mae West: Recollections from Abroad

MAE WEST used to say: "I speak two languages — — body and English." It's obvious that her appeal is not just North American. You don't need to have grown up on the East or West Coast to "get" her. • • What effect was there on her fans abroad and on her anxious household in November 1980, as the vivacious performer millions have applauded slipped further back, wavering in those last temporary breaths? A news flash on the 22nd fractured the calm, partnered with an emptying fear, words waving…

Mae West dressed as a man for Broadway play, 1916

Mae West dressed as a man for Broadway play, 1916

Mae West ın Vaudeville-1908

Mae West ın Vaudeville-1908

In 1927, Mae West was sentenced to 10 days in prison and given a $500 fine, charged with “obscenity and corrupting the morals of youth” for writing, under the pen name Jane Mast, directing, and starring in the play 'Sex.' Photo, 1937.

Fashion and Costume History

In 1927, Mae West was sentenced to 10 days in prison and given a $500 fine, charged with “obscenity and corrupting the morals of youth” for writing, under the pen name Jane Mast, directing, and starring in the play 'Sex.' Photo, 1937.

OMG!  Mae West, 1910  VERY young-before she was "MAE WEST" (and apparently, before she was blonde)

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MAE WEST rare portrait 1936, Paramount. (please follow minkshmink on pinterest) #maewest #gayicon #comedienne #glamour #hollywood

MAE WEST rare portrait 1936, Paramount. (please follow minkshmink on pinterest) #maewest #gayicon #comedienne #glamour #hollywood

MAE WEST's LIFE STORY advertisement for TRUE CONFESSIONS magazine Dec 1933. (please follow minkshmink on pinterest) #maewest #trueconfessions

MAE WEST's LIFE STORY advertisement for TRUE CONFESSIONS magazine Dec 1933. (please follow minkshmink on pinterest) #maewest #trueconfessions

Mae West is supposed to be telling Randolph Scott "Go West, Young Man" (1936) but I suspect what she's really saying is: "My bedroom's up thataway." Mae would be waiting a long time since Scott was reportedly more interested if Cary Grant was up there.

Mae West is supposed to be telling Randolph Scott "Go West, Young Man" (1936) but I suspect what she's really saying is: "My bedroom's up thataway." Mae would be waiting a long time since Scott was reportedly more interested if Cary Grant was up there.

Mae West (August 17, 1893 – November 22, 1980)

Mae West (August 17, 1893 – November 22, 1980)

Mae West, 1930s

Mae West, 1930s

Explore Gatochy's photos on Flickr. Gatochy has uploaded 20865 photos to Flickr.

Mae West ~ "Movie Classic" magazine...

Mae West ~ "Movie Classic" magazine...