gingerrogerss:

Vivien Leigh photographed by Roloff Beny, 1958

gingerastaire:

This is just a dirty little village in the middle of nowhere. Nothing that happens here is really important. - High Noon (1952)

nitratediva:

Joan Crawford in Our Dancing Daughters (1928).

nitratediva:

Clara Bow examines Clive Brook’s handsomeness in Hula (1927).

lars134:

Jimmy Stewart and Donna Reed photographed for “It’s a Wonderful Life” 

Audrey Hepburn for Gigi, November 1951. Photo by Milton Greene

Get To Know Me Meme

[3/10] Crucial Movies: Camille (1936)

AFI’s Greatest Movie Musicals of All Time[1/25] » Singin’ in the Rain (1952)

royalwatcher:

"She [Grace Kelly] was incredibly good. A remarkable woman in every way." - Cary Grant

Memory is a precious commodity, not to be tampered with, not to be rejected. We have to be glad of its existence, for it keeps alive those special people - the moments, the places, the feelings. So, Memory, I drink to a long life - for both of us.


Lauren Bacall, in ‘Now’ (via hairofgoldeyesofblue)

"Well, one day aired a film called Key Largo. I wasn’t familiar with this one but I certainly knew the stars in it: Humphrey Bogart and Edward G. Robinson, so I thought ‘Why not? I’ll give it a shot’. But then I was blindsided. I saw this face—this magnetic proud stare that just stopped me. ‘My goodness, who the hell is that?’ It was Lauren Bacall." -Kelsey Grammer. 

scribbledigooks:

Some sketches - Classic film duo, Humphrey Bogart & Lauren Bacall
I was going to make these earlier but my computer kept crashing because of the summer heat x-x;; But anyways, I feel like i didn’t really capture their likeness (same goes for my previous drawings :z)… it’s always the toughest part to do.

peterjaussie:

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