And, Action! The timeless beauty was shot on the set of her 1954 rags-to-riches film, Sabrina, with her pet poodle.
Just a few months before she would pack her bags to go to Monaco for her wedding to Prince Rainier, Grace Kelly posed for this sunny shot with her dog in 1956.
Elizabeth Taylor, who has always been famous for her love of dogs, took her style-coordinated pooch out from the Plaza Hotel in 1969. The burlesque star Dita Von Teese once said that she would like to be reincarnated as one of Taylor’s lapdogs – “all the diamonds!”
The husky-voiced actress has lived alone for much of her life following husband Humphrey Bogart’s death, and calls her dog, Sophie, her “partner.” But before she had Sophie, she had this cocker spaniel. Here they are in 1945, having a deep conversation at the Gotham Hotel.
Well, it’s not quite Bringing Up Baby! There are no pet leopards in this picture taken in 1938, just Katharine Hepburn and her lovely pooch.
Shall we dance? Comedienne Lucille Ball always had audiences clutching their sides, but she could make golden retrievers smile, too, like she did with this one on a film set in 1954.