Tom Cruise, Interview with a Vampire?
*agrees with Mike*
Well, it seems to be Judy Garland's hairline, circa1949...
I'll second Susan Hayward.
Errol Flynn, or perhaps Douglas Fairbanks.
Heath Ledger in Casanova
this certainly is wrong, but i see beatrice straight. maybe it's the mannequin's expression.
You said get "wiggy." I'm seeing Vera Miles in Psycho.
Kim Novak from Vertigo?
Susan Hayward came to mind, but now that you mention it, it sure looks like Vera M.
John Malkovich in "Dangerous Liaisons."
Errol Flynn in one of those musketeer movies
I just have to comment on how very much I love Norma's comment. Lordy, lordy lordy lordy.
'Buffalo Bill' Gumb in "Silence of the Lambs"?
I second. I almost spewed coffee over Norma's remark!BTW, I am leaning towards it being a male wig. Perhaps for Errol?And TJB, I always love your "Guess Who?" stuff.
While we're discussing the male persuasion, I did briefly think of Tony Curtis. He was a brunette in "Some Like It Hot," though he had more of a bobbed style, so this hair may be a bit long to have been worn by him.
I'm thinking Julie Andrews in Victor Victoria (the movie)
I'm guessing Errol Flynn and I'm thinking "Robin Hood". And now I'm exhausted.
Good one Topaz!
OH. MY. GOD! I'M SHOCKED!!!! First because that is such a dorky hairstyle I was certain is was made for a man who was in some period piece HAHA! But second, because I LOVED NATALIE WOOD! I loved LOVE WITH THE PROPER STRANGER, one of my favorite movies. I've read everything on her, she was so beautiful. And I did see All The Fine Young Cannibals ... THE MOST HORRIBLE MOVIE EVER MADE. OMG ... Robert Wagner was terrible! LOL!That was a good one TJ. Mhmmmm, I wonder who your next "Guess Who" will be. XOXODeb