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.



"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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lars134:

Jimmy Stewart by Ted Allan, 1936

lars134:

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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francisalbertsinatra:

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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Marlon Brando, 1950

Marlon Brando, 1950