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Miss TVMT as Miss Hedy Lamarr.
Hedy Lamarr, Austrian-born actress
whose exotic glamour
and sex appeal sparked
a string of hit films of the 30s and 40s,
was billed as the most beautiful woman in the world.

Her pale skin, almond eyes and dark hair
gave her an exotic look,
and her films included Tortilla Flat,
in which she played a part-Mexican woman;
White Cargo, playing the slave woman Tondelayo;
 and Lady of the Tropics.

She was reputedly producer Hal Wallis first choice
for the heroine Ilsa in the 1943 classic Casablanca,
 the part that eventually went to Ingrid Bergman.

But she claimed to scorn the glamorous image.
"Any girl can be glamorous",she once said.
"All you have to do is stand still and look stupid."


Miss Phuong Cac as Miss Grace Kelly
Grace Patricia Kelly was born on November 12, 1929, to socially elite parents.
She showed a proclivity for acting at an early age.
Grace received surport in this interest
from her family - one of her uncles
was a famous vaudevillian ,
and her other, George Kelly,
was a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright.
Grace attended the American Academy of
Dramatic Art in New York,
and made her stage debut in 1949
in her own uncle's comedy, "The Torch Bearers."
She also appeared on stage in November of that year in "The Father."



Among Lamarrs leading men were
William Powell (Crossroads, The Heavenly Body);
Spencer Tracy (Boom Town, Tortilla Flat);
Clark Gable (Comrade X, also in Boom Town);
Robert Taylor (Lady of the Tropics)
and Ray Milland (Copper Canyon).
She first achieved international fame
and notoriety as a result of the 1933
Czech film Ecstasy, in which
she acted in a steamy love scene.
Lamarr was signed by MGM and brought
to the United States in 1937.
Her new screen name was said to be
an homage to the 1920s screen beauty
Barbara La Marr.

Her American film debut came in 1938
with Algiers, co-starring Charles Boyer.
She played a wealthy adventuress and
became a box-office sensation .
One of her most successful films was
Paramounts 1949 Samson and Delilah,
directed by Cecil B. DeMille with Victor Mature as Samson.
She got a rare chance to try her hand
at comedy in My Favorite Spy,
a 1951 Bob Hope film.

Her career faded in the middle 50s,
when she appeared in some Italian productions.
Her last film was The Female Animal
with Jane Powell in 1958.

She said her career suffered because
she wouldnt sleep with a VIP just to get ahead.
"My problem is Im a hell of a nice dame,"
 she said in a 1970 interview.
"The most horrible whores are famous.
I did what I did for love. The others did it for money." 



Grace soon appeared on television shows such as "Studio One"
and "The Hallmark Hall of Fame."
Hollywood noticed Kelly and she was cast in
her first film role in Fourteen Hours in 1951.
Her next film, High Noon, opposite Gary Cooper, made her a star.
Kelly's role in this film was not very big,
but she made enough of an impression on Alfred Hitchcock
to earn a position as one of his cool blonde femme fatales
in three of his films later that decade.
Grace's next film, Mogambo, found her starring alongside
such greats as Clark Gable and Ava Gardner.
Some say she was the most beautiful woman ever.
Alfred Hitchcock had his eye on the young actress,
and cast her for a role in Dial M for Murder in 1954.
Grace's career took flight after this film,
and so began her partnership with Hitchcock,
becoming one of the famous "Hitchcock blondes."
Grace appeared in Rear Window with Jimmy Stewart
and gave a fabulous performance.



However, Grace won an Academy Award
not for her role in Rear Window but for her role in
Country Girl, also made in 1954.
Kelly's final appearance that year
was in the war film The Bridges at Toko-Ri.
Hitchcock and Kelly teamed up again
to produce To Catch a Thief, also starring Cary Grant.
Kelly's final acting performance was in High Society,
because she met and fell in love with Prince Ranier II of Monaco.
They married and she retired from acting.