drawing all day, listening to Frank and Dino


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gingerrogerss:

Original caption: Ma and Pa Gable seldom visit a night club, but are shown here leaving Ciro’s after a night of fun, where even blasé movie stars stared at the couple all evening. August 23, 1941

gingerrogerss:

Original caption: Ma and Pa Gable seldom visit a night club, but are shown here leaving Ciro’s after a night of fun, where even blasé movie stars stared at the couple all evening. August 23, 1941


hollygohardly:

Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire on the set of Funny Face, 1956

hollygohardly:

Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire on the set of Funny Face, 1956


gentleman-and-a-scholar:

Frank and Dino

gentleman-and-a-scholar:

Frank and Dino



cliftonwebb:

Pygmalion (1938)

The scene in which Eliza accidentally swallows a marble whilst having an elocution lesson does not appear in the original play. During rehearsals for this scene a pained expression came over Wendy Hiller’s face; when she spat out the marbles she had in her mouth she said: “Leslie, I’ve swallowed one!” to which Leslie Howard replied “Never mind there are plenty more”. This caused such amusement among the watching crew that it was added to the film.


Cornell Capa photographs JFK’s presidential campaign, 1960.

justlittleclassicfilmthings:


Frank Sinatra’s adorable puppy-like character in “Anchors Aweigh” melts my heart every time.

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justlittleclassicfilmthings:

Frank Sinatra’s adorable puppy-like character in “Anchors Aweigh” melts my heart every time.

Submitted by: Anonymous


theniftyfifties:

Fred Astaire and Cyd Charisse

theniftyfifties:

Fred Astaire and Cyd Charisse


lars134:

"It’s a Wonderful Life" (1946)

lars134:

"It’s a Wonderful Life" (1946)


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