Baby Face

Some articles on baby face, faces:

Baby Face (film)
... Baby Face is a 1933 American dramatic film directed by Alfred E ... author of Sin in Soft Focus Pre-Code Hollywood as saying, "'Baby Face' was certainly one of the top 10 films that caused the Production Code to be enforced." ...
List Of Batman: The Brave And The Bold Characters - Heroes - Elongated Man
... This is proven when the crime boss known as Baby Face can't remember his name ... and Plastic Man spend their time bickering as to whom Batman likes better while they try to fight Baby Face and his gang ... Batman shows up later to capture Baby Face, stating that "Between the two of you, I prefer to work alone" ...
The Effects of Physical Attractiveness On Liking - What Is Attractive?
... He found that high attractiveness ratings were given to faces with large eyes, a small nose, a small chin, prominent cheekbones and narrow cheeks, high eyebrows, large pupils, and a big smile ... eyes in the opposite sex, considered to be a “baby face” feature ... Baby face features are believed to be attractive because they stimulate feelings of warmth and nurturance in perceivers ...
List Of Batman: The Brave And The Bold Characters - Villains - Baby Face - Tweedledum and Tweedledee
... In "Legends of the Dark Mite", Tweedledum and Tweedledee appear as an illusion in the 5th Dimension ... They were knocked down by Batman who sent one of them toward the other villains ...
Pre-Code Hollywood - Sex Films - Content
... Two of the most prominent examples of bad girl films, Red-Headed Woman and Baby Face, featured Harlow and Stanwyck ... to sleep her way into a more luxurious lifestyle, and in Baby Face Stanwyck is an abused runaway determined to use sex to advance herself financially ... In Baby Face Stanwyck moves to New York and sleeps her way to the top of Gotham Trust ...

Famous quotes containing the words face and/or baby:

    I can’t erase your beautiful face before me.
    Howard Dietz (1896–1983)

    A baby nurse is one that changes diapers and loves ‘em dearly. Get up at all hours of the night to give ‘em the bottle and change their pants. If the baby coughs or cries, you have to find out the need. I had my own room usually, but I slept in the same room with the baby. I would take full charge. It was twenty-four hours. I used to have one day a week off and I’d go home and see my own two little ones.
    Ruth Lindstrom (c. 1892–?)