Gilda (1946)

Gilda (1946)

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Rita Hayworth, for example was known for her long, completely painted nails. Here is a close-up of her hands from the movie Blood and Sand from 1941.

Rita Hayworth, for example was known for her long, completely painted nails. Here is a close-up of her hands from the movie Blood and Sand from 1941.

hollywoodlady:

Natalie Wood

hollywoodlady:

Natalie Wood

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fastenyourseatbelts1900:

Olivia de Havilland: The Snake Pit (1948)

fastenyourseatbelts1900:

Olivia de Havilland: The Snake Pit (1948)

gingerrogerss:

Carole Lombard enjoying a sandwich in True Confession (1937)

misselizabethtaylor:


“I’ve never tried to block out the memories of the past, even though some are painful. I don’t understand people who hide from their past. Everything you live through helps to make you the person you are now.”

Happy Birthday Sophia Loren (b. 1934)!

misselizabethtaylor:

“I’ve never tried to block out the memories of the past, even though some are painful. I don’t understand people who hide from their past. Everything you live through helps to make you the person you are now.”

Happy Birthday Sophia Loren (b. 1934)!

tracylord:

Jeanette MacDonald at the “Marie Antoinette” Premiere on July 8, 1938

tracylord:

Jeanette MacDonald at the “Marie Antoinette” Premiere on July 8, 1938

tracylord:

Norma Shearer had the tendency to hold people’s hands. Either with just one hand or both hands. In those pictures she mostly holds people’s hands with one hand, but if you look more closely at her movies or random clips, you will notice that she captured someone’s hand with both of her hands most of the time. She apparently loved doing that. You always find her doing this and either saying something really sweet or a sentence ending with “darling”. It is almost like a running joke. You can always find it. It’s such a sweet thing she did. And once you noticed it, you are actually surprised when she is not holding someone’s hand.

misstanwyck:

Barbara Stanwyck and Robert Taylor sign autographs for fans while changing planes at the Minneapolis airport May 18, 1941

misstanwyck:

Barbara Stanwyck and Robert Taylor sign autographs for fans while changing planes at the Minneapolis airport May 18, 1941