George Hurrell - Norma Shearer (1930) This was taken so that she could get the part in Divorcee , her husband Irving Thalberg didn't think she could pull it off, and yes she got the part.

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Norma Shearer (Montreal, 10 de agosto de 1902 — Los Ángeles, 12 de junio de 1983). Si bien su carrera se extiende desde 1920 hasta 1942, su imagen está absolutamente ligada al período 1930-1936, aunque hoy día sea más recordada por dos películas posteriores, "Maria Antonieta" (Marie Antoniette, 1938) y "Mujeres" (The Women, 1939).

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Norma Shearer. Photo by George Hurrell, 1934.

Clark Gable and Norma Shearer in "Strange Interlude", 1932

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Norma Shearer 1934 by George Hurrell for MGM. costume by Adrian

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Norma Shearer. Her hair is great in this picture.

Norma Shearer ~ photographed by George Hurrell, 1934...

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Norma Shearer photographed by Ruth Harriet Louise, ca. 1929

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Norma Shearer | (August 10, 1902 – June 12, 1983) was a Canadian actress. Shearer was one of the most popular actresses in North America from the mid-1920s through the 1930s. Her early films cast her as the girl-next-door, but for most of the Pre-Code film era (beginning with the 1930 film The Divorcee, for which she won the Academy Award for Best Actress), she played sexually liberated women in sophisticated contemporary comedies.

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