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"I was a homely kid with freckles that came out every spring and stuck on me till Christmas." - Myrna Loy | "I fail to see why you can’t be ladylike and have a Scotch on the rocks." - Deborah Kerr | Those quotes sum up my life and my obsessions: Myrna and Deborah. I believe it is a proven fact that Myrna Loy is the definition of perfection and can do no wrong, she is my everything. Deborah Kerr comes in at a VERY close second in my heart though. | Formerly missconnieallenbury |

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hollywoodlandthisnthat:

No words, no words….

wat. 

Traveling back to California in his place, across country, after our last stadium show, Frank didn’t want to sleep. It was late at night. He thought everyone else was asleep. I watched him. He went to the back of the plane and quietly retrieved the snack food from the galley. He got down on his hands and knees and surreptitiously stuffed everyone’s shoes with popcorn, peanuts, jelly beans, gumdrops, crackers, and nuts.

Frank Sinatra, my friend, legend, and glorious survivor, would do anything to have some fun.

Shirley MacLaine on Frank Sinatra (via francisalbertsinatra)

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thefashionofaudrey:

The actress Audrey Hepburn photographed with the actor Anthony Perkins by Ron Galella in the backstage of the play “Romantic Comedy" at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre in New York (USA), on November 29, 1979.

Audrey was wearing:

  • Coat: Givenchy (of black wool, of his collection for the Autumn/Winter 1978/79).
  • Cardigan: Givenchy Nouvelle Boutique (red, of the collection for the Autumn/Winter 1974/75).
  • ShirtValentino (of silk cotton, of his collection for the Autumn/Winter 1971/72).

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astairical:

Fred Astaire flirts with Ginger Rogers in their first film together, Flying Down to Rio, 1933.

astairical:

Fred Astaire flirts with Ginger Rogers in their first film together, Flying Down to Rio, 1933.

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prasejeebus:

This belongs in a museum

prasejeebus:

This belongs in a museum

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posthawk:

The Graduate (1967)

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aint-no-sunshine-when-deans-gone:

me: i’m gonna live my life to the fullest!
me: watches 17 episodes of a tv series in a row

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desperate-fallen-angel:

internetgf:

so seductive

THIS GETS ME EVERY FUCKING TIME

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redfords:

Happy Birthday, Anne Bancroft |  September 17, 1931 - June 6, 2005

"Annie changed my life not only because she brought both of us success, but because she taught me the importance of always being hungry, of always trying harder, of always defying expectations." - Arthur Penn

"She would stop you from breathing, because there was something stunning about her." - Dustin Hoffman

"She was a practical idealist. She didn’t make speeches about the rights of women. Instead, she hired women for jobs that went traditionally to men, like the director of photography of the film she directed. I never heard her make lofty statements about loving humanity; she was more focused than that. My children and grandchildren all have memories of her that are intimate, specific moments, moments when she related to them on a specific, direct level. On vacation, she sat and admired sea glass with them, and they responded by searching for sea glass for her for days. She put them in touch with nature, not with a lecture, but with her genuine, human curiosity and love of beauty." - Alan Alda

"On every show I’ve worked on, I’ve found someone who was my channel of energy and love, and certainly Annie fulfilled that role. She’s New York, she’s comfortable, she’s got that earthy Italian thing, and we became really close…Annie taught me - by example, not by lecture - the ethics and disciplines of the theater. She was also one of the sexiest creatures that ever lived. Without being too obvious, I stole as much as I could from her behavior." - Patty Duke

"She was the best dancer, the best singer, and maybe the best actress in the world. It’s very difficult to go on without her." - Mel Brooks

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