#femmefatale

Theda Bara was one of the more popular actresses of the silent era 1908–1926 and one of cinema's early sex symbols. Her roles earned her the title "The Vamp" (for vampire), later fuelling the rising popularity in "vamp" roles, encapsulating exoticism and domination.

“Don’t beat yourself up over it too much. You’re just the kinda sucker these dames go for. The kind that doesn’t know when he’s being licked.”

Rock: She said she was going out to get a new purse. Dell: Yeah. What’s wrong with that? Rock: It wore a $5000 suit and had a mustache.

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A proto-femme fatale and a with quizzing glasses: Cara Corozza the dancer in Dr. Mabuse the Gambler (1922). Aud Egede-Nissen was born (30 May 1893 – 15 November 1974).

YAS! I really love the both of them! I wish they could bring back the characters again (just like in NXT)

This bitch is here to make you suffer. Look into My eyes and lose yourself...

When surrendering, a woman imagines that she has given eternity, and a man thinks that he has received a moment of pleasure.

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