Marie Windsor, 1956,  "Queen of the B's" and star of many film noir classics.  "I didn't know I was doing film noir. I thought I was  doing detective stories with low lighting!"

Marie Windsor, 1956, "Queen of the B's" and star of many film noir classics. "I didn't know I was doing film noir. I thought I was doing detective stories with low lighting!"

Marie Windsor as Belle Starr in Stories of the Century:  "Wanted, Belle Starr," television, 1954

Marie Windsor as Belle Starr in Stories of the Century: "Wanted, Belle Starr," television, 1954

MARIE WINDSOR HOLLYWOOD ACTRESS B MOVIE STAR 8x10" HAND COLOR TINTED PHOTOGRAPH • $14.50 - PicClick

MARIE WINDSOR HOLLYWOOD ACTRESS B MOVIE STAR 8x10" HAND COLOR TINTED PHOTOGRAPH

MARIE WINDSOR HOLLYWOOD ACTRESS B MOVIE STAR 8x10" HAND COLOR TINTED PHOTOGRAPH • $14.50 - PicClick

Marie Windsor- Great hair! If you like your films Noir, you want to know Marie Windsor.

Marie Windsor- Great hair! If you like your films Noir, you want to know Marie Windsor.

Classic Sci-Fi Ladies: Marie Windsor starred in Cat-Women of the Moon 1953. http://scififilmfiesta.blogspot.com.au/2013/08/cat-women-of-moon-1953.html

Classic Sci-Fi Ladies: Marie Windsor starred in Cat-Women of the Moon 1953. http://scififilmfiesta.blogspot.com.au/2013/08/cat-women-of-moon-1953.html

The Unholy Wife (1957) Stars: Diana Dors, Rod Steiger, Tom Tryon, Beulah Bondi, Marie Windsor, Argentina Brunetti ~ Director: John Farrow

The Unholy Wife (1957) Stars: Diana Dors, Rod Steiger, Tom Tryon, Beulah Bondi, Marie Windsor, Argentina Brunetti ~ Director: John Farrow

Force of Evil(1948) John Garfield, Thomas Gomez, Marie Windsor, Film Noir

Force of Evil(1948) John Garfield, Thomas Gomez, Marie Windsor, Film Noir

Sterling Haden and Marie Windsor in Stanley Kubrick's great 1956 film noir, "The Killing." In 1941 Paramount studios billed Hayden as "the most beautiful man in the movies." By 1956 hard living saw to it that he would not be saddled with that tag anymore but it made him perfect as a noir anti-hero. "The Killing" is a personal favorite and you know that anything with Marie Windor, star of "Cat-Women from the Moon" is going to be juicy.

Sterling Haden and Marie Windsor in Stanley Kubrick's great 1956 film noir, "The Killing." In 1941 Paramount studios billed Hayden as "the most beautiful man in the movies." By 1956 hard living saw to it that he would not be saddled with that tag anymore but it made him perfect as a noir anti-hero. "The Killing" is a personal favorite and you know that anything with Marie Windor, star of "Cat-Women from the Moon" is going to be juicy.

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