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Strong women in history~  Anne Boleyn-The Other Boleyn Girl  Elizabeth I-Elizabeth: The Golden Age  Marie Antoinette-Marie Antoinette  Queen Victoria-Young Victoria

Women in history as portrayed in recent films: Anne Boleyn-The Other Boleyn Girl, Natalie Portman. Elizabeth I-Elizabeth: The Golden Age Marie Antoinette-Marie Antoinette Queen Victoria-Young Victoria, Emily Blunt.

Newly renovated Le Louxor cinema, Paris. Historic pre-war cinema built in early Egyptian revival style.

The Resurrected Splendor of an Abandoned Parisian Cinema

Historic pre-war cinema built in early Egyptian revival style.

Theda Bara in "Cleopatra". The 1917 film Cleopatra, starring the hypnotic Theda Bara — the first “vamp” of cinema history — inspired a wave of Egyptian Revival architecture.

The Resurrected Splendor of an Abandoned Parisian Cinema

Queen Mary's Chinese Style Coat and Skirt A Turquoise Silk Coat in the Chinese Style, Christie's. A lady's silk overcoat, remade from a Chinese Imperial-style robe labelled Reville, Paris, London to the interior pocket and 'H.M. The Queen'; and an associated pale lemon apron skirt, altered with wadding, appliqued embroidery, and the remains of fur trim. Queen Mary wore a similar overcoat on her first visit to a cinema with H.M. King George V in 1924.

Queen Mary's Chinese Style Coat and Skirt A Turquoise Silk Coat in the Chinese…

According to Old House Dreams, it started out as a Greek Revival. But in the 1880s, it was rebuilt into the Victorian style it has today. In the 1980s it was beautifully restored and retains most of its historical details.

A Painted Victorian Featured in "The Odd Life of Timothy Green"

This Painted Victorian from "The Odd Life of Timothy Green" is for sale in Newnan, Georgia. It's a Bed & Breakfast called the Parrott-Camp-Soucy House

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