From Marilyn Monroe to Audrey Hepburn, here are 25 classic superstars captured by the holiday spirit.
Marilyn Monroe, wearing a casual costume, opens up her gift.
Santa Claus Sinatra.
Have a very Shirley Christmas.
The King reading a letter, maybe to Santa?
Betty comes bearing gifts.
Princess Grace Kelly wraps gifts in the Prince's Palace of Monaco in the late '60s.
Lucy loves Christmas.
A merry glance from Susan Hayward.
Ingrid Bergman on holiday from Hollywood in 1941.
Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz in the halcyon days of "I Love Lucy."
Doris is headed for the Christmas tree.
Santa and one of his helpers, better known as Audrey Hepburn.
Brigitte Bardot decorates her tree in time for Noël.
Ann Sheridan assists Santa (a cleverly disguised Cary Grant) with his beard, to the delight of Lucille Ball.
Natalie Wood in a poinsettia-strewn holiday portrait taken in 1961, the year she starred in both "West Side Story" and "Splendor in the Grass."
Young Stephen Bogart looks a lot less enthusiastic than his parents, screen legends Bogie and Bacall, about the downsized Christmas.
Sixties sex kitten Ann-Margret snuggles up to a fellow feline as she warms herself by the fireplace.
Elvis apparently never outgrew plush toys.
It's a safe bet that Mick Jagger was on Santa's naughty list when this photo was taken.
Sophia Loren piles on the tinsel.
Did you ever see Bette Davis look so sweet?
Young Elizabeth Taylor mock-shivers in a studio portrait.
Ava strikes a Christmas pose.
An uncharacteristically skinny Santa and Audrey Hepburn.
A Christmas saint.
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