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  • louisebrooksie13_ - Louise Brooksie @louisebrooksie13_ 16 hours ago
  • #Birthdayemembrance  #virginiagrey 
March 22, 1917 - July 31, 2004

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Virginia Grey was an American film actress. The daughter of film director Ray Grey, she made her screen debut in Uncle Tom's Cabin (1927), at age 10. Some of Grey's film credits include The Great Ziegfeld (1935), Test Pilot (1938), Idiot's Delight and Another Thin Man both in 1939, The Big Store (1941), Stage Door Canteen (1943), Jungle Jim (1948), The Last Command (1955), Portrait in Black (1960), Madame X (1966) and Airport (1970). On television, she appeared on Playhouse 90, Peter Gunn, Wagon Train, Bonanza, The Virginian, Burke's Law and Marcus Welby M.D. Her career spanned five decades with over 100 films to her credit.

In the 1940s, she had an on/off again relationship with #clarkgable After Gable's wife, Carole Lombard died and he returned from military service, Gable and Grey were often seen at restaurants and nightclubs together. Many, including Virginia herself, expected him to marry her with the tabloids expecting a wedding announcement. It was a great surprise when he hastily married Lady Sylvia Ashley in 1949, leaving Grey heartbroken. Gable divorced Ashley in 1952. However, Gable never rekindled their romance and Grey's friends say that her hoping and waiting for Gable was the reason she never married.

Grey died at the age of 87 from heart failure in Woodland Hills, California. She was cremated and her ashes were scattered at sea.

Photo/Virginia Grey publicity photo (c.1940s)
#ladiesofoldhollywood #classichollywoodfilmstars #classicfilmactress #classicfilmicon #classicmoviestars #wehadfaces #earlyhollywood #oldhollywoodglam #hollywoodlegend #hollywoodbeauty #hollywoodroyalty #classicfilmstarsandicon #birthdayemembrance #virginiagrey March 22, 1917 - July 31, 2004 Mini bio: Virginia Grey was an American film actress. The daughter of film director Ray Grey, she made her screen debut in Uncle Tom's Cabin (1927), at age 10. Some of Grey's film credits include The Great Ziegfeld (1935), Test Pilot (1938), Idiot's Delight and Another Thin Man both in 1939, The Big Store (1941), Stage Door Canteen (1943), Jungle Jim (1948), The Last Command (1955), Portrait in Black (1960), Madame X (1966) and Airport (1970). On television, she appeared on Playhouse 90, Peter Gunn, Wagon Train, Bonanza, The Virginian, Burke's Law and Marcus Welby M.D. Her career spanned five decades with over 100 films to her credit. In the 1940s, she had an on/off again relationship with #clarkgable After Gable's wife, Carole Lombard died and he returned from military service, Gable and Grey were often seen at restaurants and nightclubs together. Many, including Virginia herself, expected him to marry her with the tabloids expecting a wedding announcement. It was a great surprise when he hastily married Lady Sylvia Ashley in 1949, leaving Grey heartbroken. Gable divorced Ashley in 1952. However, Gable never rekindled their romance and Grey's friends say that her hoping and waiting for Gable was the reason she never married. Grey died at the age of 87 from heart failure in Woodland Hills, California. She was cremated and her ashes were scattered at sea. Photo/Virginia Grey publicity photo (c.1940s) #ladiesofoldhollywood #classichollywoodfilmstars #classicfilmactress #classicfilmicon #classicmoviestars #wehadfaces #earlyhollywood #oldhollywoodglam #hollywoodlegend #hollywoodbeauty #hollywoodroyalty #classicfilmstarsandicon
  • #birthdayemembrance #virginiagrey March 22, 1917 - July 31, 2004 Mini bio: Virginia Grey was an American film actress. The daughter of film director Ray Grey, she made her screen debut in Uncle Tom's Cabin (1927), at age 10. Some of Grey's film credits include The Great Ziegfeld (1935), Test Pilot (1938), Idiot's Delight and Another Thin Man both in 1939, The Big Store (1941), Stage Door Canteen (1943), Jungle Jim (1948), The Last Command (1955), Portrait in Black (1960), Madame X (1966) and Airport (1970). On television, she appeared on Playhouse 90, Peter Gunn, Wagon Train, Bonanza, The Virginian, Burke's Law and Marcus Welby M.D. Her career spanned five decades with over 100 films to her credit. In the 1940s, she had an on/off again relationship with #clarkgable After Gable's wife, Carole Lombard died and he returned from military service, Gable and Grey were often seen at restaurants and nightclubs together. Many, including Virginia herself, expected him to marry her with the tabloids expecting a wedding announcement. It was a great surprise when he hastily married Lady Sylvia Ashley in 1949, leaving Grey heartbroken. Gable divorced Ashley in 1952. However, Gable never rekindled their romance and Grey's friends say that her hoping and waiting for Gable was the reason she never married. Grey died at the age of 87 from heart failure in Woodland Hills, California. She was cremated and her ashes were scattered at sea. Photo/Virginia Grey publicity photo (c.1940s) #ladiesofoldhollywood #classichollywoodfilmstars #classicfilmactress #classicfilmicon #classicmoviestars #wehadfaces #earlyhollywood #oldhollywoodglam #hollywoodlegend #hollywoodbeauty #hollywoodroyalty #classicfilmstarsandicon
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  • borntobemarilyn - Marilyn Monroe @borntobemarilyn 1 day ago
  • - "I have a little temper, and I really lose it when people write untruths about me." #MarilynMonroe (Quote and photo both from 1954). One of the reasons I want Marilyn's legacy to be based on only truth is not only because it's the right thing to do, but she wanted it that way too. I see so many misquotes, photoshop, and lies... Marilyn would be devastated, but I know in the MM community we can make her real legacy known and heard. - "I have a little temper, and I really lose it when people write untruths about me." #marilynmonroe (Quote and photo both from 1954). One of the reasons I want Marilyn's legacy to be based on only truth is not only because it's the right thing to do, but she wanted it that way too. I see so many misquotes, photoshop, and lies... Marilyn would be devastated, but I know in the MM community we can make her real legacy known and heard.
  • - "I have a little temper, and I really lose it when people write untruths about me." #marilynmonroe (Quote and photo both from 1954). One of the reasons I want Marilyn's legacy to be based on only truth is not only because it's the right thing to do, but she wanted it that way too. I see so many misquotes, photoshop, and lies... Marilyn would be devastated, but I know in the MM community we can make her real legacy known and heard.
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