Vintage Stuff

Juil 29

screengoddess:

Doris Day

screengoddess:

Doris Day

warnerarchive:

Ginger Rogers and Jimmy Stewart share some corn on the cob and fall in love in Vivacious Lady (1938)

warnerarchive:

Ginger Rogers and Jimmy Stewart share some corn on the cob and fall in love in Vivacious Lady (1938)

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retrogirly:

Betty Grable and Arline Judge

retrogirly:

Betty Grable and Arline Judge

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leilahyams:

Carole Lombard.

leilahyams:

Carole Lombard.

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margyfrake:

Elizabeth Taylor

margyfrake:

Elizabeth Taylor

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Gene Tierney with husband Oleg Cassini.

Gene Tierney with husband Oleg Cassini.

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leilahyams:

Award presenter Grace Kelly poses with Ernest Borgnine at the 28th Academy Awards in Hollywood. Mr. Borgnine won best actor for his role in “Marty.” March 21, 1956 (Washington Post)

leilahyams:

Award presenter Grace Kelly poses with Ernest Borgnine at the 28th Academy Awards in Hollywood. Mr. Borgnine won best actor for his role in “Marty.” March 21, 1956 (Washington Post)

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"Ah, Sharon. The word ‘exquisite’ perfectly sums up this lady. Almost otherworldly, so beautiful and sensitive, a truly gentle soul. But in no way wishy-washy, she was smart and not taken in by the shallowness of the industry. Well-grounded and natural, she was very much in tune with her life and really happy when I last saw her in London in 1969. She was such an innocent, and unspoiled by her success." 
— George Harrison

"Ah, Sharon. The word ‘exquisite’ perfectly sums up this lady. Almost otherworldly, so beautiful and sensitive, a truly gentle soul. But in no way wishy-washy, she was smart and not taken in by the shallowness of the industry. Well-grounded and natural, she was very much in tune with her life and really happy when I last saw her in London in 1969. She was such an innocent, and unspoiled by her success." 

— George Harrison

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Juil 28

leilahyams:

Ida Lupino & Humphrey Bogart in They Drive by Night (1940). 

leilahyams:

Ida Lupino & Humphrey Bogart in They Drive by Night (1940). 

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sparklejamesysparkle:

Judy Garland, Hedy Lamarr and Lana Turner in “Ziegfeld Girl”, 1941 (best viewed large).

sparklejamesysparkle:

Judy Garland, Hedy Lamarr and Lana Turner in “Ziegfeld Girl”, 1941 (best viewed large).

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