Jimmy Stewart, August 1938

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Audrey Hepburn, Kay Thompson, and Fred Astaire filming “Bonjour, Paris!” atop the Eiffel Tower for the movie musical Funny Face, 1956. Gifs by rareaudreyhepburn.

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"There had been romantic couples before, but Loy and Powell were something new and original. They actually made marital comedy palatable. I remember Bill Powell when he started out as a melodramatic actor. Then, by some alchemy, he suddenly became comic. But Myrna gave the wit to the whole thing. They hit that wonderful note because he always did a wee bit too much and she underdid it, creating grace, a charm, a chemistry."

George Cukor

"There had been romantic couples before, but Loy and Powell were something new and original. They actually made marital comedy palatable. I remember Bill Powell when he started out as a melodramatic actor. Then, by some alchemy, he suddenly became comic. But Myrna gave the wit to the whole thing. They hit that wonderful note because he always did a wee bit too much and she underdid it, creating grace, a charm, a chemistry."

George Cukor

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25 favourite movies (17/25) - Pillow Talk, 1959

Can you believe that? They sent a woman. That’s like sending a marshmallow to put out a bonfire.

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Jimmy Stewart by Ted Allan, 1936

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Jimmy Stewart by Ted Allan, 1936

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wednesdaydreams:

I’ve been so foolish. I’ve fallen in love. I’m an ordinary woman. I didn’t think such violent things could happen to ordinary people.

Brief Encounter (1945), David Lean

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Frank Sinatra and fans, photographed by Peter Martin, 1943

itsabroadwayworld:

Moment of silence for Shirtless Cary Grant

itsabroadwayworld:

Moment of silence for Shirtless Cary Grant

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  • Me: Mirror, Mirror on the wall who's the-
  • Mirror: Rita Hayworth.
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Cary Grant and Suzy Parker photographed by Milton Greene for Kiss Them For Me, 1957.
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Jimmy Stewart, August 1938

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