vodkapirate:

Carole Lombard, 1932

vodkapirate:

Carole Lombard, 1932

tagged → #carole lombard
"I really identify with the Moon. I often think the sole purpose of my existence is to reflect other people’s light back to them."
— Emma Last (via alchemy)

hanna19777:

classicmoviegal:

Lovin all the Deborah love today!

omg, me toooo

melinaleigh03:

The Dietrich Effect: When she enters a room, every straight woman questions their sexuality.

ingrids-august-rain:

viviensleigh:

Myrna Loy in Midnight Lace (1960)

God have mercy I have got to get my hands on this movie!

I am with you on that one omgg 

"I fall in love with you bad and you’re always in love with some jerk."
— Ernest Hemingway in a letter to Marlene Dietrich (via girlinlondon)

mybeloveddeborah:

Deborah Kerr in Black Narcissus (1947)

Audrey Hepburn and Deborah Kerr being beyond cute together! 
Audrey Hepburn and Deborah Kerr being beyond cute together! 

elizabethsdean:

Rest in peace, James Dean

February 8, 1931- September 30, 1955

James Dean died at 5:45 pm on September 30, 1955 when his Porsche 550 Spyder collided with a Ford Tudor in Cholame, California while driving to a race in Salinas, California. Dean died at the young age of 24 with only three movies to his name, East of Eden, Rebel Without A Cause, and Giant. East of Eden was his only film released at his time of death. Although his life short and his filmography small, James Dean defined an entire generation and the legacy he left behind is everlasting. I think I can speak on behalf of many James Dean fans when I say that, Jimmy, you mean so much to all of us and we’re very grateful for the wonderful ways in which you’ve influenced our lives. We miss you terribly every day, and most importantly, we love you.

"Take it easy driving, the life you might save might be mine" -James Dean

tagged → #james dean

vintagegal:

"I don’t want to put you in a cage, I want to love you!"

Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)

nitratediva:

Bette Davis in Fog Over Frisco (1934).

nitratediva:

Bette Davis in Fog Over Frisco (1934).

tagged → #bette davis

citizenscreen:

Deborah Kerr on “What’s My Line?”

IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN THIS WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOUU

tagged → #deborah kerr

Okay on TCM they are playing The Hucksters and lemme just tell you a big thing,

This movie is all types of glorious. First of all, the story is the cutest fucking thing and the cast omg the cast alright we have Deborah the lovely widow with two adorable little kids and there with the stallion Clark Gable that has a huuuge crush on her ANNND you the foxy mama Ava Gardner being all cute and shit with that face of hers awhh she is just so goddamn beautiful omggg okay and the script i mean the dialogue is freaking wonderful, so many witty conversations and just idk but this movie is kinda my favourite its flaww freee 

I AM JUST SO HAPPY RIGHT NOW 

Audrey Hepburn photographed by Mel Ferrer, c.1954.
Audrey Hepburn photographed by Mel Ferrer, c.1954.