When it comes to old music, what style do you prefer?
The Rat Pack
Who is your favorite 40s leading man?
What do you believe is your best physical feature?
How do you typically wear your hair?
Down with loose curls
Up in a tight bun
Short and cropped to my ears
Shoulder length and straight
What is your body type?
Tall and slender
What is it that you like to do in your spare time?
What is your natural hair color?
What do you consider to be your signature accessory?
A silk scarf
Anything with diamonds
A chic handbag
If you could live in any city in the world, which city would you choose?
Do you consider yourself to be shy or introverted?
No not at all
It depends on the situation
You are Rita Hayworth. Hayworth will forever be known as Hollywood's most iconic and talented actresses. Although quite shy and introverted in real life, Hayworth could play just about any character on the big screen imaginable.
You are Bette Davis. Davis was known for stubborn and independent nature. She was known throughout Hollywood for choosing roles on her own accord and making decisions based solely upon what she wanted. Davis was an Academy Awards darling, earning a total of two oscars in the 1940s.
You are Katherine Hepburn. Hepburn is arguably one of the greatest Hollywood actresses to have ever lived. Her style, nuance, and beauty, made her an audience and studio favorite. Hepburn was headstrong and gallant, refusing to adhere to the standards of a typical "glamourous" woman that was so notable at the time.
You are Ingrid Bergman. Bergman lead an exciting and at times scandalous life, but it never got in the way of her career. She earned a total of four Oscar nominations as an actress, and starred in what is considered one of the greatest movies ever made, "Casablanca."
You are Lana Turner. Turner was arguably the most quintessential pin up girl of the World War II era. There were not many soldiers who didn't look to her as the epitome of beauty and sex appeal. Looks aside, Turner was a talented actress who starred in films such as "The Postman Always Rings Twice."