Sunday, April 21, 2013

A true Hollywood movie star

Regular readers of this blog know that when I can't find an appropriate photo to go along with a post I just upload a Natalie Wood photo.  Some of you have been kind enough to send me photos you don't normally see.  I haven't had much cause to use them lately so they've begun to pile up.  And I figured, hey, the photos are more interesting than the articles.  So today I want to give thanks to those contributors and without any distracting text from me, give center stage to Ms. Natalia Nikolaevna Zacharenko. 

15 comments:

LouOCNY said...

you need to get a little writer's block more often Ken!

David Whitham said...

There has always been something about her eyes...

blinky said...

Yup, she's the one. She would have played Veronica in the Archie movie. Only Lana Kane in Archer is sexier, and she's a cartoon.

LouOCNY said...

She could also have been Fritzi Ritz in a Nancy movie....

Dixon Steele said...

Ken,

You should read author Bruce Jay Friedman's memoir LUCKY BRUCE, in which producer Ray Stark arranges for NW to be Friedman's secretary as he toils on a project for Stark.

You'll be drooling with envy...

Jake Mabe said...

What a beautiful woman. And that seems like an understatement.

Dango Forth said...

She was in that rare stratosphere of true class that was occupied by Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly and herself.

Mac said...

I'm actually getting jealous of that dog in the last picture.

Mister Charlie said...

She was a stunningly gorgeous woman and so very sexy.

Scooter Schechtman said...

If you wanted to show gratuitous Natalie Wood, why not something from "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice"? A little miniskirt action never hurt anyone...

Paul Duca said...

Pistol packing mama, lay that pistol down!

Cap'n Bob said...

Now yer talkin'.

Roger Owen Green said...

Just came back from a high school production of West Side Story; I LOVE that story. First saw the movie when I was about 10.

Pete Grossman said...

Stunning with love and heart.

D. McEwan said...

I'm proud to have contributed the shot which brings up the rear in more ways than one.