Blanche Fury certainly knew how to dress. She was always on point, whatever the circumstance: from poor relation to lady of the manor, sexy adulteress to “grieving” widow, she had it going on. Her lover, Philip Thorn, was right there with her, looking fine. Fine. Here are some of the occasions when Blanche and/or Philip looked better than we ever could:
♦Charlotte is our Fashion correspondent. Her dream closet consists of the collective wardrobes of 796 films.
4 thoughts on “[The Great Villain Blogathon] Blanche Fury: How the Beautiful People Dress”
Reblogged this on the last drive in and commented:
I love that Font and Frock covered this classic melodrama for The Great Villain Blogathon! – I LOVE Valerie Hobson and she looks divine in Blanche Fury 1948…
Thanks for the reblog!
How did actresses do it? To wear big (and likely heavy) dresses under studio lights, and still appear fresh, seems like a tall order to me.
I know. It sounds really complicated, doesn’t it?