Our friends at European Fiolm Star Postcards continue their coverage of CINEMA RITROVATO with...
RITA HAYWORTH IN GILDA (1946) - Every evening the public of Cinema Ritrovato gathers at the Piazza Maggiore for a spectacular open air screening. One of these evening events is the screening of Gilda
(Charles Vidor, 1946). Among the many attractions of this Film Noir is
the sultry star of the film, Rita Hayworth. When she performs Put the Blame on Mame clad in lustrous black satin, she suggests a full striptease by only removing a glove. Gilda sealed Hayworth's reputation as Hollywood's leading love goddess of the 1940s. READ AND SEE MORE HERE.
Without a doubt one of the most beautiful women ever.ReplyDelete