Some say the most beautiful woman ever -- and an undisputed real-life princess.
About to marry Gary Cooper in HIGH NOON (1952). Kelly's role in this film was not very big, but she made enough of an impression on Alfred Hitchcock to earn a position as one of his cool blonde femme fatales in three of his films later that decade.
A poster from HIGH SOCIETY (1956) with Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Celeste Holm and Louis Armstrong, a musical remake of THE PHILADELPHIA STORY (1940). This film doesn't have the humor of the original, and Crosby seems a little old for the part of C.K. Dexter Haven, but the music is nice--especially Armstrong's jazz contributions and songs like "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?" and "Well, Did You Evah." Incidentally, Kelly had just become engaged to Prince Ranier of Monaco before making this picture, and the huge ice-skating rink-of-a-diamond ring she wears in the picture is her real engagement ring.
Dancing a rhumba with Frank
Sinatra to "Mind If I Make Love to You?" in HIGH SOCIETY.
As Tracy Lord deep in thought after her father accuses her
of being made of bronze.