Omg, me either! Is it real? I hope so; it’s fantastic! *is now on the lookout*
Look what I found in my Town & Country tonight! I never knew Grace was in their July 1955 issue!
I’ve never seen that photo before!
Grace Kelly and costars Dick Foran and Nina Foch pose in character for a cast portrait for the episode “The Kill” of the CBS series “Studio One.” 1952.
In this fifty-one minute melodrama of sexual intrigue, murder and revenge set in a backwoods mountain community, Kelly plays Freda, the wife of Jeff (Foran), a former resident of the town who has returned with his family after being away for several years. Jeff’s reappearance not only awakens the unrequited lust of Carrie (Foch), an ex-lover, but also the intense jealousy of Carrie’s husband, Al (Don Hanmer), who, with his brother, has appropriated Jeff’s water well rights and property in the latter’s absence.
Princess Grace - Princess Caroline - Charlotte Casiraghi
Got inspired by a post I saw one time. I am still not over how beauty runs in the genes of this gorgeous family (and look at the similarity!)
Grace Kelly as Sara in “The Rockingham Tea Set.” 1950.
Based on a story by Virginia Douglas Dawson, The Rockingham Tea Set was adapted as a fifty-nine minute television drama for the popular program, Westinghouse Studio One [1950-1958]. Opening with a framing device of an elderly woman interviewing a potential candidate for her personal nurse, the bulk of the story focuses on Sara (Grace Kelly), the young applicant who was recently dismissed from her previous case. In flashback, we learn about Sara’s previous charge, Celia (Louise Allbritton), a highly neurotic and emotional invalid who was paralyzed after a car accident inadvertently caused by David, her fiancé, who was drunk at the time. Confined to bed for the rest of her life, Celia makes life difficult for everyone around her, especially David whose guilt over the incident ensures his steadfast devotion to her. Sara, however, discovers that Celia is only pretending to be crippled in order to exert her hold over David and her family. When Celia realizes Sara’s discovery along with her own jealousy of David’s attraction to the nurse, she takes drastic measures that implicate Sara as a possible murder suspect.
Inside Grace’s wardrobe…
1) Detail of the bodice of the High Society evening gown designed by Helen Rose, showing layers of grey and pink chiffon, embroidered with diamante stones and silk thread. This dress was a gift from MGM and part of Grace’s trousseau.
2) Detail of the guipure lace-over-satin dress, made by an unknown dressmaker, that Grace wore to receive her Philadelphia Arts Award.
Prince Rainier and Princess Grace arrived in New York for a short visit to the States in late 1958. Grace’s father was at the airport to greet them. Grace looked so happy to be home!
Awesome collection of Grace magazines. I’d love to have all of them. I only have the Life.
Fun update since I posted this a year ago: I now own the Life, the Look (upper right hand corner), and the Modern Screen magazines. I love building up my Grace collection. :)
Does anyone have the Paris Match mag shown here?