Robert Taylor and Elizabeth Taylor at the after party for Quo Vadis (1951)

Robert Taylor and Elizabeth Taylor at the after party for Quo Vadis (1951)

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gatabella:

“Ava was like the most fantastic relative, because she didn’t make you pay a price for knowing her. She was the great older sister who just adores you. And spoils you. Her loyalty was devastating. In fact, it could be embarrassing. Because if she was your friend, she would kill for you, and sometimes you didn’t want her to. She believed in the good decent things, she really did. And to the best of her ability, she lived that way.” -Roddy McDowall

gatabella:

“Ava was like the most fantastic relative, because she didn’t make you pay a price for knowing her. She was the great older sister who just adores you. And spoils you. Her loyalty was devastating. In fact, it could be embarrassing. Because if she was your friend, she would kill for you, and sometimes you didn’t want her to. She believed in the good decent things, she really did. And to the best of her ability, she lived that way.”

-Roddy McDowall

rareaudreyhepburn:

Audrey Hepburn, Rex Harrison, and Jack Warner at the premiere of My Fair Lady, 1964.


Summertime (1955)

Summertime (1955)

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Journalism Teacher: “In the old days they had to put each letter on the paper”

Me *in my head*: I’m too lazy to even do copy and paste…

ellatarry asked: Would you please send this to the first 10 people on your dash to keep it going? Make their day with a hug :)

:> My day truly was a great one with all of these. Thank you so much!

barbarastanwyck:

Iconic Film Costumes

Red embellished gowns from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953)

Gowns were designed by Marilyn’s stylist William Travilla. Marilyn’s costume was recently auctioned off in 2011 for $1.2 million.

I’ve got a paper to write and I’m just sitting here on tumblr……… I’ve got problems

cecilia-in-cairo:

Françoise Fabian in Chaque jour a son secret (1958)

cecilia-in-cairo:

Françoise Fabian in Chaque jour a son secret (1958)