Butterick Starred Patterns Part 4: Katharine Hepburn and Helen Chandler | witness2fashion

Butterick Starred Patterns Part 4: Katharine Hepburn and Helen Chandler

Butterick Starred Patterns Part 4: Katharine Hepburn and Helen Chandler | witness2fashion

Bela Lugosi and Helen Chandler-DRACULA (1931) click to enlarge

Bela Lugosi and Helen Chandler-DRACULA (1931) click to enlarge

Helen Chandler and Frances Dade

Helen Chandler and Frances Dade

Bela Lugosi and Helen Chandler in Dracula (1931)

Bela Lugosi and Helen Chandler in Dracula (1931)

Helen Chandler died April 30, 1965 aged 59 RIP Photo: Dracula (1931)

Helen Chandler died April 30, 1965 aged 59 RIP Photo: Dracula (1931)

CAST: Bela Lugosi, David Manners, Dwight Frye, Helen Chandler, Edward Van Sloan, Frances Dade, Herbert Bunston; DIRECTED BY: Tod Browning; WRITTEN BY: Garrett Fort; CINEMATOGRAPHY BY: Karl Freund. PRO

CAST: Bela Lugosi, David Manners, Dwight Frye, Helen Chandler, Edward Van Sloan, Frances Dade, Herbert Bunston; DIRECTED BY: Tod Browning; WRITTEN BY: Garrett Fort; CINEMATOGRAPHY BY: Karl Freund. PRO

Using stone finish spray paint to transform laminate countertops. How did I not know about this stuff?!

Using stone finish spray paint to transform laminate countertops. How did I not know about this stuff?!

Actress Helen Chandler in moire taffeta with a diamond-encrusted brooch at her hip. Brooches were a popular accessory to accentuate drop waists or swags at the front or sides of the hips, 1927

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Actress Helen Chandler in moire taffeta with a diamond-encrusted brooch at her hip. Brooches were a popular accessory to accentuate drop waists or swags at the front or sides of the hips, 1927

Helen Chandler.  In 1950, Chandler was severely burned in an apartment fire, caused by her falling asleep while smoking. She survived but her body was badly disfigured. Her alcoholism continued unabated after the accident. She died April 30, 1965 from cardiac arrest during surgery for a stomach ulcer

Helen Chandler. In 1950, Chandler was severely burned in an apartment fire, caused by her falling asleep while smoking. She survived but her body was badly disfigured. Her alcoholism continued unabated after the accident. She died April 30, 1965 from cardiac arrest during surgery for a stomach ulcer

Butterick Starred Patterns Part 4: Katharine Hepburn and Helen Chandler

Butterick Starred Patterns Part 4: Katharine Hepburn and Helen Chandler

Butterick Starred Patterns Part Katharine Hepburn and Helen Chandler

Katharine Hepburn and Helen Chandler wearing Howard's Greer's designs, copied as Butterick Starred Patterns. Delineator, May 1933.

Butterick Starred Patterns Part 4: Katharine Hepburn and Helen Chandler

Katharine Hepburn and Helen Chandler wearing Howard's Greer's designs, copied as Butterick Starred Patterns. Delineator, May 1933.

Carl Laemmle Presents "DRACULA" With Bela Lugosi, David Manners, Helen Chandler, Dwight Frye, And Edward Van Sloan A Tod Browning Production From The Famous Novel And Play By Bram Stoker Produced By C

Dracula Vintage Movie Poster Bela Lugosi

Carl Laemmle Presents "DRACULA" With Bela Lugosi, David Manners, Helen Chandler, Dwight Frye, And Edward Van Sloan A Tod Browning Production From The Famous Novel And Play By Bram Stoker Produced By C

oldhollywood: “ Bela Lugosi and Helen Chandler in Dracula (1931, dir. Tod Browning) ”

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oldhollywood: “ Bela Lugosi and Helen Chandler in Dracula (1931, dir. Tod Browning) ”

"Dracula" cast: Edward Van Sloan (Van Helsing), David Manners (John Harker), Helen Chandler (Mina), Bela Lugosi (Dracula) (1931)

"Dracula" cast: Edward Van Sloan (Van Helsing), David Manners (John Harker), Helen Chandler (Mina), Bela Lugosi (Dracula) (1931)

Helen Chandler as Mina Harker in Dracula (1931).  Born	February 1, 1906  Charleston, South Carolina, United States  Died	April 30, 1965 (aged 59) of cardiac arrest during ulcer surgery

Helen Chandler as Mina Harker in Dracula (1931). Born February 1, 1906 Charleston, South Carolina, United States Died April 30, 1965 (aged 59) of cardiac arrest during ulcer surgery

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