maryhaines:

"They´re both very cool, they´re very sophisticated, they´re very low key about it, they have a lot of wit, a lot of charm. But he is the master of the double entendre. He is the master of clever line delivery, that seems to be tossed casually over his shoulder. No one can handle him on screen - except Myrna Loy and puncture his balloon."

Jeanine Basinger, film historian

The time has come for me to realize I just don’t have the time for my side blog, Girly is Better. If you would like to take over it and run it, please please message me. It’s got 1,300 followers, steady. It’s just a really girly blog so if you’d like to run it please let me know!

gingerastaire:

Marlene Dietrich by Milton Greene, 1953

Marilyn and Jane photographed on the set of ‘Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.’

harrybelafontes:

Summer Movie List — 9 / ? → Funny Girl [1968]

You think beautiful girls are going to stay in style forever? I should say not! Any minute now they’re going to be out! Finished! Then it’ll be my turn!

marc-movies:

Joaquin Phoenix | Films

(Source: -motion)

Sabrina, 1954.

vintagefashionandbeauty:

Elegant evening wear featured in L’Officiel, 1951. (♥)

Debbie Harry on the set of the ‘Heart of Glass’ video shoot.

(Source: emikokal)

Vivien Leigh in Gone with the Wind, 1939.

"…Wow," Ron added, blinking rather stupidly as Hermione came hurrying toward them.  "You look great!"

"Always the tone of surprise," said Hermione, though she smiled.

(Source: harrypotterdailly)

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