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.

Norma SHEARER * AFI Top Actress nominee, by photographer George Hurrell, This was taken so that she could get the part in Divorcee. Her husband Irving Thalberg didn't think she could pull it off, but she got the part :-)

Searing hot, and sequins in black-and-white ::::: the always well-dressed Norma Shearer, 1930s.

Norma Shearer the First Lady of MGM who was married to the MGM Producer Irving Thalberg and who's career went from silent to sound films.

1925 norma shearer rarest silent film portrait vamp from her estate art deco wow

1925 norma shearer rarest silent film portrait vamp from her estate art deco wow

Norma Shearer photographed by Ruth Harriet Louise, ca. 1929

deforest: Norma Shearer photographed by Ruth Harriet Louise,... (Art Deco)

Norma Shearer Showgirl Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo 1 Norma Shearer Showgirl Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo 1 Alfred Cheney Johnston (April 8, 1885 - April 17, 1971) was a New York City-based

Norma Shearer Showgirl Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo 1

Norma Shearer Showgirl Vintage Reprint of Old Photo Alfred Cheney Johnston (April 1885 - April was a New York City-based photographer

Norma Shearer, 1930s, photographed by the ORIGINAL glamour shots man, George Hurrell.

( Edith ) Norma Shearer ( 1902 – 1983 ) was a Canadian actress. Shearer was one of the most popular actresses in North America from the through the Her early films cast her as the girl-next-door

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