officialburger:

im not like other teenagers, im 51

#*90

Ingrid Bergman photographed by John Florea, 1943

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alwaysbevintage:

Actress Olivia De Havilland riding a bicycle, circa. 1938

alwaysbevintage:

Actress Olivia De Havilland riding a bicycle, circa. 1938

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Put The Blame On Mame - Acoustic Version
Rita Hayworth

rogersandastaire:

While it is well-known that in Gilda Rita Hayworth’s voice was dubbed by singer Anita Ellis for the major musical numbers, it must be noted that Hayworth’s own voice, as well as guitar-playing, can be heard in the film as Gilda reprises the song “Put the Blame on Mame” while sitting at the casino bar.

Source: here

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clarabows:

Movies I love - Roman Holiday (1953)

"Rome! By all means, Rome. I will cherish my visit here in memory as long as I live."

dontyoufretmonsieurmarius:

I die a little inside every time someone says history is boring. History is one long, epic adventure with battles to be fought, royal scandals to be gossiped about, human rights to be protected. It can be comic and tragic, and it exhibits both the very best and the very worst of human nature. History is all about seemingly ordinary people doing extraordinary things, and that is why we all want to be remembered by it.

#YES
jeanharlowed asked: be the lennon to my mccartney, you beautiful creature <3

no I’m the Karen to ur Plankton

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Humphrey Bogart bloopers

i loved something that doesn’t really exist

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Marilyn Monroe photographed by Inge Morath on the set of The Misfits, 1960. 

e.e. cummings

literarystarbucks:

                                                                                          up

e.e. cummings     g              o              e                s

to the counter &orders

an icedvanillalatte

he

       sits.

                                                                                              waits.

                     onetwothreefourfive minutes

until the baristalady   w h i s t l e s   his name—

"how do you like your coffee, mr. poet?"

lapitiedangereuse:

"After so many waitresses in movies, *here* is class." —Billy Wilder on Audrey Hepburn

lapitiedangereuse:

  • "After so many waitresses in movies, *here* is class." —Billy Wilder on Audrey Hepburn
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