sourvix:

Vivien Leigh

sourvix:

Vivien Leigh


missvioleteyes:

Twentieth Century, 1934

These publicity photos of Carole Lombard and John Barrymore were never officially released, as deemed too suggestive by industry censors.


mainstreetpinshop:

i love them both very much so i made this

mainstreetpinshop:

i love them both very much so i made this



Gene Tierney c. 1940s

Gene Tierney c. 1940s



lars134:

Hedy Lamarr and Jimmy Stewart attend Hollywood Park during Red Cross Day, July 1940

lars134:

Hedy Lamarr and Jimmy Stewart attend Hollywood Park during Red Cross Day, July 1940


classickat:

"We’re so close that our minds think like one mind. It’s like telepathy. There’s a very deep and profound love between Dean and me and our act is only good because of this feeling of closeness.” - Jerry Lewis

"Our partnership in many ways is a marriage…. I dare say we’ve spent more time together than most married couples do." - Dean Martin

(On the magic between Martin and Lewis) “If you bottled that, you could save the world. It was this camaraderie they had—a shared sense of humor. It was just a delight.” Peter Bogdanovich

Martin & Lewis (July 25th 1946 - ∞)

 




Rare magazine advertisement for Let’s Make Love (1960)
Rare magazine advertisement for Let’s Make Love (1960)


"I’ll never have an answer to what makes me special. I remember many years ago, my mother said to me, ‘Considering that you have no talent, it’s really extraordinary where you’ve got.’ and that’s what I really believe to this day. I’ve always been self-conscious about my interviews, about my thinness, my tallness, my unattractiveness. My success — it still bewilders me.” Audrey Hepburn +
"I’ll never have an answer to what makes me special. I remember many years ago, my mother said to me, ‘Considering that you have no talent, it’s really extraordinary where you’ve got.’ and that’s what I really believe to this day. I’ve always been self-conscious about my interviews, about my thinness, my tallness, my unattractiveness. My success — it still bewilders me.” Audrey Hepburn +

ladysfromhollywood:

Carole Lombard


I do like you tremendously- for the elasticity of your conscience, for the selfishness which you seldom trouble to hide, and for the shrewd practicality in you which, I fear, you get from some not too remote Irish-peasant ancestor.