All Things Alla Nazimova!
Nazimova in Salome on the cover of Cinéa, 1922

Nazimova in Salome on the cover of Cinéa, 1922

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Alla Nazimova & Montgomery Clift in publicity still for the Broadway production of The Mother (1939) (via)

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Alla Nazimova & Montgomery Clift in publicity still for the Broadway production of The Mother (1939) (via)

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Alla Nazimova & Rudolph Valentino in Camille (1921, dir. Ray Smallwood) (via) 
Photo by Arthur Rice.

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Alla Nazimova & Rudolph Valentino in Camille (1921, dir. Ray Smallwood) (via

Photo by Arthur Rice.

Alla Nazimova by Hall
colettesaintyves:Alla Nazimova, Camille, Ray C. Smallwood, 1921.

colettesaintyves:Alla Nazimova, Camille, Ray C. Smallwood, 1921.

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Alla Nazimova “off stage” during the making of a silent film “Madame Peacock” - c. 1920
What color of hair did she have, black or red?
Anonymous

I like to think that she was a redhead

but that’s only me;]

Nazimova by Moffett 
in Theatre Magazine June, 1912

Nazimova by Moffett 

in Theatre Magazine June, 1912

theloudestvoice:Danish poster for Nazimova in Eye for Eye, 1918
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Alla Nazimova & Arthur Jasmine in Salome (1923, dir. Charles Bryant)
Production designer Natacha Rambova based much of Salome’s decor and costumes on the decadent illustrations Aubrey Beardsley produced for the first edition of Oscar Wilde’s play Salome.
The above still is a recreation of Beardsley’s The Peacock Skirt

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Alla Nazimova & Arthur Jasmine in Salome (1923, dir. Charles Bryant)

Production designer Natacha Rambova based much of Salome’s decor and costumes on the decadent illustrations Aubrey Beardsley produced for the first edition of Oscar Wilde’s play Salome.

The above still is a recreation of Beardsley’s The Peacock Skirt