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  2. Patricia Blair
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  3. Ingrid Bergman
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  5. Bette Davis
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  9. Dusty Springfield
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  10. Nina Simone
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  11. Gloria Grahame
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  12. Jill Ireland
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  13. Jennifer Lyon
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  14. Susan Strasberg
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  15. Mary Ann Mobley
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  16. Kay Francis
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  17. Anna Moffo
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  18. Vivian Vance
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  19. Skeeter Davis
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  20. Minnie Riperton
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    Minnie Riperton

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  21. Julie Ege
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  22. Rosalind Russell
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  23. Judith Campbell Exner
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  24. Marcia Strassman
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  25. Diana Hyland
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