Nobody ever called it an intellectual profession

I'm 18 years old. I'm that old lady thats lives next door and never comes out of her house. But do you know why? It's because I'M WATCHING A MOVIE! Not that new junk, but good old fashion movies. I also love all the wonderful Actress and Actors in them. I Die for Joan Crawford, Elizabeth Taylor, Ava Gardner, Gene Tierney, Greta Garbo, Rita Hayworth, Tallulah Bankhead, Norma Shearer, Myrna Loy, Ingrid Bergman, Grace Kelly, and anybody else who has TRUE TALENT! ENJOY! (for copyright: the photos on here are not mine i just share what i see from the internet)
 

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rosa-encantadora:

"It’s no crime to be alive!"

"No, my dear, sometimes it’s a great inconvenience. The living can be hurt."

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scandinaviancollectors:

Greta Garbo, by Einar Nerman (Sweden), ca.1950s. Ink on paper. / Bukowskis

scandinaviancollectors:

Greta Garbo, by Einar Nerman (Sweden), ca.1950s. Ink on paper. / Bukowskis

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Lucille Ball

Lucille Ball

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Rita Hayworth in the 1940s.

Rita Hayworth in the 1940s.

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Walter Pidgeon in Big Brown Eyes (1936)

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Marilyn Monroe and Dean Martin with some friends on the set of Something’s Got to Give, photographed by Lawrence Schiller, 1962.

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barbarastanwyck:

paulettesgoddard asked Katharine Hepburn

Favorite film: The Philadelphia Story (1941)

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Lana Turner & John Garfield in The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946)

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aladyloves:

Sidney Poitier

aladyloves:

Sidney Poitier

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