Clara Bow, the "It" girl. She was known for Flapper roles, which meant she Probably Did It. You have to see the movies to get the full appeal - she was one of those actresses who could reach right through the screen. And there was something else. Dorothy Parker said "It, hell: she had Those."

Anna Q we've met over in the Ballyhoo section, another of the world's most beautiful women, at least according to some ginned-up publicity campaign. She was one of the "waxwork" card-playing buddies in "Sunset Boulevard," made a scant 23 years after this magazine came out.

Note the copy: "Her hair will be cut man-fashion, she will wear men's clothes, and attempt to act mannish. Look out girls for the new bob!" And we think our era was the first to blend the genders.