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Hollywood

  1. 1. Presented by: Irina Contescu, 1LM3
  2. 2. Geography
  3. 3. History
  4. 4. Cinema
  5. 5. The 10 Greatest Actresses of All Time  10 Barbara Stanwyck From Double Indemnity to The Lady Eve, Stanwyck was a lean live wire with an alluringly husky voice.
  6. 6.  9 Kate Winslet At 17, Winslet wowed moviegoers as a sociopathic teen in Heavenly Creatures. She's never shied away from offbeat characters.
  7. 7.  8 Audrey Hepburn In a world of pneumatic blondes, Hepburn made smart, complicated brunette sprites sexy in Roman Holiday and Sabrina.
  8. 8.  7 Vivien Leigh The Gone With the Wind star made fewer than two dozen movies, but the combination of icy beauty and inner fire made her unforgettable.
  9. 9.  6 Meryl Streep Boss from hell, Holocaust survivor, and frustrated housewife -- is there anyone Streep can't play?
  10. 10.  5 Olivia de Havilland Gone With the Wind made the dark-haired beauty a star, but ten years later she played a shy spinster in The Heiress.
  11. 11.  4 Ingrid Bergman Soulful star Bergman made doomed romance look good in Casablanca and self-loathing even better in Notorious.
  12. 12.  3 Katharine Hepburn She made casual elegant and relocated the seat of sex appeal from the bosom to the brain in Bringing Up Baby and Adam's Rib.
  13. 13.  2 Bette Davis She had offbeat looks and a quirky voice, but when Davis was onscreen everyone else disappeared.
  14. 14.  1 Marilyn Monroe Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, The Seven Year Itch, and Some Like it Hot showcased the buxom, blue- eyed blonde's comic gifts.
  15. 15. The 10 Greatest Actors of All Time  10 Al Pacino A bundle of urban energy, Pacino embraced bravura in such crowd- pleasers as Glengarry Glen Ross and The Devil's Advocate.
  16. 16.  9 Dustin Hoffman Hoffman broke Hollywood's blond-macho- leading-man mold in the generation- defining Graduate and (in a different way) Tootsie.
  17. 17.  8 Humphrey Bogart World-weary Casablanca and Maltese Falcon star Bogart was a man's man who was also loved by the ladies.
  18. 18.  7 Spencer Tracy Practical about the art of acting, Tracy was an unlikely leading man in the socially conscious drama Bad Day at Black Rock.
  19. 19.  6 Paul Newman Newman defiantly hitched his good looks to one slippery, startling classic after another, from The Hustler to Hud.
  20. 20.  5 Laurence Olivier Classically trained and Hollywood handsome, Olivier approached Shakespeare with the same vigor he brought to Wuthering Heights.
  21. 21.  4 James Stewart Stereotyped as an aw-shucks Everyman, Stewart brought fierce intelligence to The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance.
  22. 22.  3 Henry Fonda For six decades -- in The Grapes of Wrath and Fail- Safe -- Fonda was so good people stopped appreciating his talent.
  23. 23.  2 Robert De Niro De Niro is as mesmerizing in the low-rent Bloody Mama as he is in Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, and Goodfellas.
  24. 24.  1 Tom Hanks He loved a mermaid (Splash) and crossed paths with history (Forrest Gump) but never lost his boy-next-door appeal.

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