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Bye Bye Birdie (1963)

Photo 10 Sep 32 notes artieshaw:

On September 10, 1972, while preparing for her twelfth show in six nights at the Sahara Hotel, Ann-Margret plummeted twenty-two feet from a platform and landed face first on stage. Her husband, actor Roger Smith, was alerted and flew in immediately from Los Angeles to bring his wife to UCLA hospital. There, she was treated for a concussion, five fractures in her face, a broken arm, and a shattered knee. Though doctors doubted she would ever be on stage again, Ann-Margret resumed her act exactly ten weeks later at the Las Vegas Hilton, and continued her career as a successful actress, singer, and dancer. 
Pictured here with her jaw wired shut and a cast on her arm, Ann-Margret sifts through several of the thousands of get-well letters from concerned fans in her Los Angeles home.  

artieshaw:

On September 10, 1972, while preparing for her twelfth show in six nights at the Sahara Hotel, Ann-Margret plummeted twenty-two feet from a platform and landed face first on stage. Her husband, actor Roger Smith, was alerted and flew in immediately from Los Angeles to bring his wife to UCLA hospital. There, she was treated for a concussion, five fractures in her face, a broken arm, and a shattered knee. Though doctors doubted she would ever be on stage again, Ann-Margret resumed her act exactly ten weeks later at the Las Vegas Hilton, and continued her career as a successful actress, singer, and dancer. 

Pictured here with her jaw wired shut and a cast on her arm, Ann-Margret sifts through several of the thousands of get-well letters from concerned fans in her Los Angeles home.  

Photo 5 Sep 201 notes 
Ann-Margret in The Swinger (1967).

Ann-Margret in The Swinger (1967).

Photo 19 Aug 22 notes shelley-fabulous:

Ann-Margret, 1966.

shelley-fabulous:

Ann-Margret, 1966.

Photo 3 Aug 6 notes comicsihave:

The Amazing Spider-Man #421st (face) appearance of Mary JaneIt took Peter and us three issues to finally have a look at Mary Jane, and boy was she a jackpot! John Romita Sr. has stated that in designing Mary Jane, he “used Ann-Margret from the movie Bye Bye Birdie as a guide, using her coloring, the shape of her face, her red hair and her form-fitting short skirts.”

comicsihave:

The Amazing Spider-Man #42
1st (face) appearance of Mary Jane
It took Peter and us three issues to finally have a look at Mary Jane, and boy was she a jackpot! John Romita Sr. has stated that in designing Mary Jane, he “used Ann-Margret from the movie Bye Bye Birdie as a guide, using her coloring, the shape of her face, her red hair and her form-fitting short skirts.”

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Fashions from the film Bye Bye Birdie, 1963.

Photo 3 Jul 47 notes 
Ann-Margret and director Ken Russell on the set of Tommy,’ 1975.

Ann-Margret and director Ken Russell on the set of Tommy,’ 1975.

Photo 19 Jun 1,271 notes 
The Flintstones “Ann-Margrock Presents” Ann-Margret Model Sheet Print (1963)

The Flintstones “Ann-Margrock Presents” Ann-Margret Model Sheet Print (1963)

(Source: vintagegal)

Photo 8 Jun 1,170 notes shelley-fabulous:

Ann-Margret, 1964.

shelley-fabulous:

Ann-Margret, 1964.

(Source: ebay.com)

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