I've blogged about these four fabulous females before and it's my pleasure to blog about them again. If you go to the post office, you can now buy new stamps honoring four classic Hollywood film directors: Frank Capra, Billy Wilder, John Huston and John Ford. Each one gave us several enduring classics. There were women who broke into that predominantly male club. The Post Office should honor women directors who also put actors through their paces. From silent movies and early all-talking films in 1929 to the early 1940s, Dorothy Arzner was the first woman to shatter that Hollywood glass ceiling in a pair of sensible shoes. She dressed in a way some called "mannish." To this day, Arzner is the only woman director who has 16 Hollywood features to her credit.