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tagged: , Esther Williams

The Wizard of Oz (1939)

The Wizard of Oz (1939)

fuckyesoldhollywood:

Rita Hayworth on the set

fuckyesoldhollywood:

Rita Hayworth on the set

tagged: , qt, Rita Hayworth

deborahkerrsdaughter:

cell-mate:

tennants-hair:

do you ever realize that your followers aren’t just a number

they’re real people with jobs and pets and possibly an annoying neighbor

like

you have real people who like you

wow

i don’t say it often enough, but to all you lovely people who decided to follow me, thank you. it means the absolute world to me.

AMEN

gloriaswanson:

Bombshell (1933)

gloriaswanson:

Bombshell (1933)

wehadfacesthen:

Vivien Leigh in costume for Anna Karenina  (Julien Duvivier, 1948)
via peterjaussie  fromArt & Vintage on Flickr.

wehadfacesthen:

Vivien Leigh in costume for Anna Karenina  (Julien Duvivier, 1948)

via peterjaussie  fromArt & Vintage on Flickr.

gatabella:

Vivien Leigh

tagged: , wow, Vivien Leigh

Marilyn Monroe, in “The Seven Year Itch” Directed by Billy Wilder.

henryfondas:

the bags under my eyes are vintage chanel

tagged: , LOL, me

harlowsjeans:

my love for 1930s all star cast-movies is strong

tagged: , YES, DID YOU SAY, STAGE DOOR

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maitlands:

CLASSIC HOLLYWOOD IS SO OVERWHELMING BC THERE ARE SO MANY ACTORS AND ACTRESSES TO FALL IN LOVE WITH AND SO MANY FILMS TO WATCH AND YOU’RE IN SUCH A RUSH TO SEE EVERYTHING AND KNOW EVERYTHING ABOUT EVERYBODY AND THEN AS YOU’RE CAUGHT UP IN ALL THIS YOU REMEMBER THEY’RE ALL DEAD

tagged: , noooooooooo, me

“She was exactly the opposite of the roles she played. She looked like a femme fatale and she wasn’t. She was really sweet and dear and lovely…” -Arlene Dahl 

“She was exactly the opposite of the roles she played. She looked like a femme fatale and she wasn’t. She was really sweet and dear and lovely…” -Arlene Dahl 

tagged: , Ava Gardner

tracylord:

 asked: Jack Lemmon

→ Favorite film: Some Like It Hot (1958)