Classic Film Stars Thanksgiving Cards
The Hollywood celebrity boys and girls of autumn model vintage fall fashions in these Thanksgiving greeting cards.
Classic movie star, singer-actress-dancer Alice Faye holds a pumpkin and sends her Happy Thanksgiving Wishes your way in this vintage film star greeting card for the fall holiday.
Academy Award-winning actor Spencer Tracy wishes you & yours the best for this Thanksgiving Day. Spencer Tracy autumn palette portrait cover of Cine-Mundial magazine.
(Spencer Tracy 1940 Happy Thanksgiving Wishes)
Actress Janet Leigh models a tartan shawl and skirt in a fall fashion issue of Photoplay.
This stylish fedora and trench coat suit autumn weather and that rakish rogue, leading man Errol Flynn.
Happy Thanksgiving wishes from actress and classic film star Ann Sheridan, whose strawberry blonde 1940s hairdo is set off by colorful autumn leaves.
Movie star Alan Ladd‘s plaid shirt set the tone for fall back in 1949, and again today.
Singer-actress of movie musicals, Doris Day‘s fall sweater and red scarf maker her tanned face and blue eyes an autumn standout.
A Pilgrim-style Thanksgiving greeting from silent movie star Ramon Novarro, modeling a costume from that era.
Dancer-actress Ginger Rogers wears a beige, cream & blue blazer perfect for an autumn day.
(Ginger Rogers 1942: Paul Hesse | Happy Thanksgiving)
Hard-boiled leading man, actor and movie star Robert Mitchum also rocks a plaid shirt in muted grey and blue tones.
Bubbly red headed classic movie & silent film star, actress Nancy Carroll sends perky Thanksgiving wishes while holding a colorful autumn leaf.
Star of silent movies, westerns, and classic dramas, actor Richard Dix wore a bow tie and suit for the cover of an autumn edition of Motion Picture magazine.
Actress Jeanne Crain, one of the most beautiful women in Hollywood and films during the 1940s and 1950s, graced the cover of Photoplay with a backdrop of fall leaves and an autumn palette.
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