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#99 - Orphans of the Storm (1922) - ★★★★

"Between LOVE and HATE - The long battle."

#99 - Orphans of the Storm (1922) - ★★★★

"Between LOVE and HATE - The long battle."


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missgilda:

Mary Pickford in Daddy Long Legs (1919)


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vanessaparadisnews:

”Each album is part of a period in my life. Of course, today, I wouldn’t do my first album as it was done at the time but who cares, it doesn’t matter. Perhaps at some point, one of my songs was able to cross the lives of the people who aren’t necessarily fans of my albums, to the extent that music marks people’s lives. There is nothing to regret and nothing to deny. It’s a snapshot.”


53 years ago today, Judy Garland made history at Carnegie Hall.

The April 23, 1961 concert has been called “the greatest night in show business history”.

The double album recorded that night remains one of the most successful albums in history, spending 73 weeks on the Billboard Chart (13 weeks at #1) and it’s never been out of print.

"Judy at Carnegie Hall" won 4 Grammy Awards, and was the first live album, and the first album by a female performer to win the Grammy for Album of the Year.


fantomas-en-cavale:

Edward Steichen- Sylvia Sidney, 1929

fantomas-en-cavale:

Edward Steichen- Sylvia Sidney, 1929



#98 - Transcendence (2014) - ★★★★1/2

"So, you want to create God? Your God?"
"That’s a difficult question….isn’t that what man has always done?"

#98 - Transcendence (2014) - ★★★★1/2

"So, you want to create God? Your God?"

"That’s a difficult question….isn’t that what man has always done?"


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#97 - The Towering Inferno (1974) - ★★★1/2

"Now, you know there’s no sure way for us to fight a fire in anything over the seventh floor, but you guys just keep building ‘em as high as you can."

#97 - The Towering Inferno (1974) - ★★★1/2

"Now, you know there’s no sure way for us to fight a fire in anything over the seventh floor, but you guys just keep building ‘em as high as you can."


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ihearttheodorelaurence:

AFI’s Top 10 Female Stars


Musical Soundtracks: Easter Parade (1948)


barbarastanwyck:

This was Judy Garland’s and, director of Easter Parade, Charles Walters’ idea that for once a lady that was up all night and distraught wouldn’t wake up looking like perfection with no sleep and no make up.The MGM executives saw the rushes with Judy wearing very little makeup and were appalled at the sight of an MGM star au natural. But since the scene played so well and Peter Lawford joked about her ‘looking horrible’ they decided not too reshoot it.


barbarastanwyck:

in-love-with-old-hollywood asked: Judy Garland

Favorite film: Easter Parade (1948)


foreversharontate:

During an Easter themed photoshoot. | 1968.


haroldlloyds:

Happy Birthday Harold Clayton Lloyd, Sr. 
April 20, 1893 - March 8, 1971

"My humor was never cruel or cynical. I just took life and poked fun at it. We made it so it could be understood the world over, without language barriers. We seem to have conquered the time barrier, too." - Harold Lloyd, 1970



#96 - Free to Love (1925) - ★★★

"I was innocent and you should have known it!…and now you’re going to pay."

#96 - Free to Love (1925) - ★★★

"I was innocent and you should have known it!…and now you’re going to pay."


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simply-divoon:

Remembering the eternally beautiful Jayne Mansfield | April 19, 1933 – June 29, 1967
Actress, comedienne, pin up, daughter, wife, and last but not least, loving mother.

“I am not what I appear to be at all. To me, the most glamorous woman in the world is a mother.”
  –Jayne Mansfield, interview for the Milwaukee Journal, May 24, 1959

“She had no desire to be second at anything, and in striving to be first she learned the value of hard work.”
–Raymond Strait, Jayne’s press agent

~♡~ We live to love you more each day… ~♡~