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Films are my passion and greatest escape. They take me away to a place that feels magical and makes me feel truly happy inside.

"When life doesn't give you satisfaction, you go to the movies." - François Truffaut

"Without obsession, life is nothing." - John Waters



twitter.com/MrBusterKeaton:

    
Miriam Hopkins and Gary Cooper in Design for Living, 1933.
    Miriam Hopkins and Gary Cooper in Design for Living, 1933.

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    — 3 hours ago with 1574 notes
    #Miriam Hopkins  #Gary Cooper  #love this film  #love these two 
    
Marilyn Monroe photographed by Bert Stern, 1962

    Marilyn Monroe photographed by Bert Stern, 1962

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    #Marilyn Monroe 

    "I like joy, I want to be joyous, I want to have fun on the set, I want to wear beautiful clothes and look pretty. I want to smile, and I want to make people laugh. And that’s all I want. I like it. I like being happy. I want to make others happy."

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    — 1 day ago with 106 notes
    #Doris Day 

    hollywoodlady:

    Carole Lombard relaxing in a sun lounger, circa 1935

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    — 1 day ago with 181 notes
    #Carole Lombard 

    viviensleigh:

    Vivien Leigh signing autographs in St. Martin’s Lane (1938)

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    — 1 day ago with 1912 notes
    #Vivien Leigh 
    adesignresearcher:

Could we assume that even the hotel thought the young Errol Flynn was HOT?

    adesignresearcher:

    Could we assume that even the hotel thought the young Errol Flynn was HOT?

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    — 1 day ago with 281 notes
    #Errol Flynn  #haha 
    
Marlon Brando photographed by Sid Avery, 1955.

    Marlon Brando photographed by Sid Avery, 1955.

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    — 1 day ago with 174 notes
    #Marlon Brando 

    jaynemansfield-poedie:

    Jayne Mansfield in a Lux Soap Commercial, c. 1962.

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    #Jayne Mansfield 

    filmcigarettes:

    Joanne and Paul met in 1953 while both were working in the Broadway production of Picnic.

    Joanne: From the beginning, Paul and I had an advantage: we were good friends before we were lovers. I mean, we really liked each other. We could talk to each other. We could talk to each other, we could tell each other anything without fear of ridicule or rejection. There was trust.

    Paul: Joanne has always given me unconditional support in all my choices and endeavours, and that includes my race car driving, which she deplores. To me, that’s love.

    They were married from January 29, 1958 until September 26, 2008 and raised three daughters. For 50 years their love endured and brought warmth into the world.

    Paul passed away at the age of 83, due to lung cancer, at his home in Westport, Connecticut leaving a legacy unscathed by time.

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    — 3 days ago with 198 notes
    #Paul Newman  #Joanne Woodward