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HAPPY 93rd BIRTHDAY, DEBORAH JANE KERR!

(SEPTEMBER 30, 1921 - OCTOBER 16, 2007)

I am really like a beautiful Jersey cow, I have the same pathetic droop in the corner of my eyes.
37 minutes ago · September 30, 2014 · 67 notes

HAPPY 93rd BIRTHDAY, DEBORAH JANE KERR!

(SEPTEMBER 30, 1921 - OCTOBER 16, 2007)

I am really like a beautiful Jersey cow, I have the same pathetic droop in the corner of my eyes.
10 hours ago · September 29, 2014 · 67 notes
#yo
11 hours ago · September 29, 2014 · 116 notes
msmandrake:

Jean Harlow

msmandrake:

Jean Harlow

11 hours ago · September 29, 2014 · 414 notes

norascharles:

windy-soul:

The men in my life

REBLOGGING BECAUSE ASTA

11 hours ago · September 29, 2014 · 92 notes

Ann Sheridan on a carousel, grabbing the gold ring for another free ride, March 1937. Photo by Schuyler Crail

Ann Sheridan on a carousel, grabbing the gold ring for another free ride, March 1937. Photo by Schuyler Crail

11 hours ago · September 29, 2014 · 265 notes
gone with the wind
11 hours ago · September 29, 2014 · 318 notes

a-masterpiece-of-understatement:

thedarkmatteralchemist:

penis-hilton:

EVERYTIME I SEE THIS POST I’M AFRAID TO SCROLL TO THE END OF IT BECAUSE I ALWAYS THINK BETTY WHITE HAS DIED

Betty White, last of the jedi.

e gol

11 hours ago · September 29, 2014 · 384,342 notes
screengoddess:

Grace Bradley 1935

screengoddess:

Grace Bradley 1935

11 hours ago · September 29, 2014 · 75 notes

HAPPY 93rd BIRTHDAY, DEBORAH JANE KERR!

(SEPTEMBER 30, 1921 - OCTOBER 16, 2007)

I am really like a beautiful Jersey cow, I have the same pathetic droop in the corner of my eyes.
12 hours ago · September 29, 2014 · 67 notes

poet-in-my-heart:

Gone with the Wind: Tara’s Theme

Composed by: Max Steiner

1 day ago · September 28, 2014 · 339 notes

Doris Day in Midnight Lace (1960)

1 day ago · September 28, 2014 · 32 notes

tracylord:

"We were engaging in a no-holds barred fight scene and we were knocking each other around pretty hard. Norma could pack a mean left, and she got so carried away in her enthusiasm, her desire to give ‘em a show, that she knocked me into a screen and I landed flat on my derrière and went out cold. I remember her kneeling over me begging me to forgive her. It was a nice way to "come to" and of course I did forgive her - but Louella Parsons was wrong when she claimed in print that we sealed our reconciliation with a kiss - it was a handshake as I remember." 

Robert Montgomery on the famous fight scene in Private Lives (1931), which would become one of the best man-woman fights ever filmed.

1 day ago · September 28, 2014 · 286 notes

bettybacall:

Marlene Dietrich and Tyrone Power in stills from Witness For The Prosecution, 1957.

1 day ago · September 28, 2014 · 681 notes
johnhannahs:

Candid photo of Irene Dunne, 1954

johnhannahs:

Candid photo of Irene Dunne, 1954

1 day ago · September 28, 2014 · 42 notes