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Madame D from The Grand Budapest Hotel

The wealthy widow, Madame D. (Tilda Swinton), mysteriously dies and leaves her younger lover a pricey painting. This starts just the beginning of Gustave H.’s many adventures at The Grand Budapest Hotel.

Miss Blankenship

Miss Blankenship was briefly Don Draper’s secretary during season 4 of Mad Men. She wasn’t exactly the youngest or hottest in the office, but we all enjoyed her outspokenness and quirky spirit. Don’t be fooled by her cataract goggles or her homemade afghan – she was even known to have had an escapade with young Roger Sterling back in the day.

Mama Fratelli

Mama Fratelli

Mama Fratelli may not have been the best mother – she kept one son chained up in the basement and encouraged the others to steal. Despite her less than ideal parenting, Mama Fratelli managed to rock the beatnik look well past its prime and she had a “Son” tattoo. So we know she loved at least one of her three boys.