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Ava Gardner, 1948.

Ava Gardner, 1948.



Ava Gardner was the most beautiful little girl, North Carolina c. 1920s.



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Ava Gardner with George Raft and Danny Kaye on the set of the Whistle Stop, 1945

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Ava Gardner with George Raft and Danny Kaye on the set of the Whistle Stop, 1945




"Ava was a gem. She was marvelously punctual and never complained even when it was clear the poor darling was exhausted. She was wonderful in the part."
-George Cukor talking about Ava Gardner in Bhowani Junction (1956), which he directed

"Ava was a gem. She was marvelously punctual and never complained even when it was clear the poor darling was exhausted. She was wonderful in the part."

-George Cukor talking about Ava Gardner in Bhowani Junction (1956), which he directed




Ava Gardner signing autographs at a Midnight Matinee at the Colliseum, 1951.
Ava Gardner signing autographs at a Midnight Matinee at the Colliseum, 1951.




Ava Gardner on the set of The Bible: In the Beginning, 1966.
Ava Gardner on the set of The Bible: In the Beginning, 1966.



“She was exactly the opposite of the roles she played. She looked like a femme fatale and she wasn’t. She was really sweet and dear and lovely…” -Arlene Dahl 

“She was exactly the opposite of the roles she played. She looked like a femme fatale and she wasn’t. She was really sweet and dear and lovely…” -Arlene Dahl 





Gary and Rocky Cooper, Sammy Davis Jr., Jeff Chandler, Ava Gardner, Fernandos Lamas, Lana Turner, Jack Benny, George Burns and Barbara Stanwyck, among other guests, at a 1952 party hosted by Marion Davies.




Ava Gardner and Lana Turner at Marion Davies $25,000, Hollywood party, 1952.
Ava Gardner and Lana Turner at Marion Davies $25,000, Hollywood party, 1952.


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Ava Gardner, 1949.

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Ava Gardner, 1949.





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Ava Gardner and Burt Lancaster

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Ava Gardner and Burt Lancaster