In photo side you can admire Hedy Lamarr , beautiful Hollywood actress of Austrian origin, in the first scene of full nudity History of Film. An image without veils rather chaste and modest by current standards we're used to something else! Your Hedy Lamarr, diva of unbelievable sensuality and woman of many talents, I will return soon to speak of History Pills , meanwhile, enjoy this video, which presents a collage image of star, including the offending scene, where all that you can see, in reality, It is a delicate female figure, framed even too closely, intent to bathe in the waters of a lake and a run in the thick vegetation of the forest. Nothing vulgar words, but a clear proof of how much the company has changed profoundly over the second half of ' Photo gives: derechoaleer. But you can fall in love at that age, and a anni woman older than me? Well it happened to me! And I believe! I think Hedy Lamarr is one of the most beautiful and sensual actresses of all time, never vulgar, elegant and refined. I agree that she was truly beautiful.
Hedy Lamarr: her invention formed the basis for bluetooth and wifi, but the Viennese actress was accused of stealing the idea from her ex-husband, who made torpedoes for Hitler. Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story , a new documentary from director Alexandra Dean and executive producer Susan Sarandon, shows how difficult it was for Lamarr to be considered as more than a pretty face. The Viennese golden era Hollywood star — born Hedy Kiesler in Austria and renamed by studio head Louis B Mayer — was fascinated by science and mathematics since childhood. At the height of her fame, she developed an improved stoplight, a skin-tautening technique, and a tablet that, when dissolved in water, turned into cola. In , Lamarr and her business partner, the avant-garde composer George Antheil, received a US patent for a frequency-hopping device designed to guide radio-controlled torpedoes. Lamarr had realised that by transmitting radio signals along rapidly changing frequencies, it would be more difficult for German U-Boats to detect American radio-guided weapons in the water. Her frequency-hopping technique would ultimately inspire contemporary spread-spectrum communications, which has applications in encryption, satellite systems, GPS, bluetooth and mobile phone technologies.
At 18 years old and only three years into her film career, Hedy Lamarr made history in the starring role of Eva Hermann in the Czech movie Ecstasy originally Extase. The movie caused quite a stir among audiences, critics, and even protest from Lamarr herself. When Lamarr signed on for the role, the young actress rushed through her contract and did not realize that she would have to strip down for the film. While the nude scene is innocent enough—her character leaves her clothes on her horse while she swims naked and must chase after it—Lamarr initially threatened to quit. The young woman who had recently removed herself from a loveless marriage becomes restless for Adam and the pair ultimately spend the night together. The year-old scene puts modern movies to shame as it shows Eva achieving orgasm, making its progressive portrayal of sex ahead of its years. The movie naturally received objection from a number of cinemas because of censorship problems, and was condemned by the Catholic Legion of Decency in America, keeping it from being released in the U. Even her husband sought to buy every copy of the movie he could find. While Lamarr was initially upset over the film and worried that it may have ruined her career, the notoriety of Ecstasy launched her success. Her beauty and talent was undeniable, and Louis B.
The film is about a young woman who marries a wealthy but much older man. After abandoning her brief passionless marriage, she meets a young virile engineer who becomes her lover. Ecstasy was filmed in three language versions — German, Czech, and French. It is perhaps the first non- pornographic movie to portray sexual intercourse and female orgasm , although never showing more than the actors' faces.