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Carol Burnett and Elizabeth Montgomery jumping in the pool fully clothed ♡

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1963 movie Who's been Sleeping in my Bed. Here Elizabeth Montgomery & friend Carol Burnett take a dip.

Omg little Carol Burnett with Edith Head?  Stop.

Omg little Carol Burnett with Edith Head?

Madeline Kahn

Madeline Kahn photographed by Bonnie Schiffman for “The Rollingstone Book of Comedy, 1991

Vivien Leigh by Louise Dahl-Wolfe

gatabella — gatabella: Vivien Leigh by Louise Dahl-Wolfe

Ronald Reagan and his first wife actress Jane Wyman (on right)are seen here in this March 17, 1946 file photo dining at the Brown Derby restaurant in Hollywood, California with fellow actors George Burns and his wife Gracie Allen

Ronald Reagan and his wife actress Jane Wyman (on right)are seen here in this March 1946 file photo dining at the Brown Derby restaurant in Hollywood, California with fellow actors George Burns and his wife Gracie Allen

wehadfacesthen: “ Constance Bennett in a 1932 photo by George Hurrell “I’ve always been interested in everything I did, or else I wouldn’t do it. When you’re that interested in anything, you’re...

wehadfacesthen: “ Constance Bennett in a 1932 photo by George Hurrell “I’ve always been interested in everything I did, or else I wouldn’t do it. When you’re that interested in anything, you’re.

Constance Bennett (1904-1965), one of Pathé's contract stars. Some of her films (silents and talking pictures) include: "Cytherea" (1924), "Sally, Irene and Mary" (1925), "Common Clay" (1930), "What Price Hollywood?" (1932), "The Affairs of Cellini" (1934), "Ladies in Love" (1936), "Topper" (1937) and "Merrily We Live" (1938).

Constance Bennett (1904-1965), one of Pathé's contract stars. Some of her films (silents and talking pictures) include: "Cytherea" (1924), "Sally, Irene and Mary" (1925), "Common Clay" (1930), "What Price Hollywood?" (1932), "The Affairs of Cellini" (1934), "Ladies in Love" (1936), "Topper" (1937) and "Merrily We Live" (1938).

Iconic portrait of a Sailor military nurse celebrating the end of WW2 in Times Square

Iconic portrait of a Sailor military nurse celebrating the end of in Times Square.

Es una familia que en realidad no asusta ni tantito, pero la ambientación y el humor negro sí que merecen estar en un recuento de nuestro lado oscuro.

Fred Gwynne as Herman Munster & Yvonne De Carlo as his wife, Lily Munster