Betty Hutton and Gene Tierney

Betty Hutton and Gene Tierney

sharontates:

Joan Fontaine and Olivia De Havilland, 1942. Photographed by Bob Landry

sharontates:

Joan Fontaine and Olivia De Havilland, 1942. Photographed by Bob Landry

lars134:

Jimmy Stewart and Clark Gable, 1942

lars134:

Jimmy Stewart and Clark Gable, 1942


Stanley Kubrick reads the script for Lolita (1962) with Sue Lyon

Stanley Kubrick reads the script for Lolita (1962) with Sue Lyon


Personally, I react to Marlon Brando. He’s a favorite of mine. - Marilyn Monroe


Marilyn was a sensitive, misunderstood person, much more perceptive than was generally assumed. - Marlon Brando

Personally, I react to Marlon Brando. He’s a favorite of mine. - Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn was a sensitive, misunderstood person, much more perceptive than was generally assumed. - Marlon Brando


Ava Gardner and Cyd Charisse, 1940s

Ava Gardner and Cyd Charisse, 1940s

msmildred:

Terry Moore, Mitzi Gaynor, Pier Angeli, Leslie Caron, Julie Adams, c. 1950s.

msmildred:

Terry Moore, Mitzi Gaynor, Pier Angeli, Leslie Caron, Julie Adams, c. 1950s.


Marilyn Monroe with Dean Martin and Cyd Charisse on the set of Something’s Got To Give, 1962.

Marilyn Monroe with Dean Martin and Cyd Charisse on the set of Something’s Got To Give, 1962.


When Norma Shearer was a real-life Jezebel
Carole Lombard was the hostess of the annual White Mayfair Ball. Gentlemen were insisted to wear white ties and tails and ladies were instructed to wear all white as well. An hour into the party Norma Shearer arrived. Heads turned. ‘Why, that fucking bitch!’ muttered Carole. Norma was wearing a bright Crimson red gown.
‘Daaarrling!’ exclaimed Norma. ‘Thanks so much, Norma darling.’ growled Carole. Norma laughed and made her way among the crowd. 
‘Wanna dance?’ said Clark Gable who was amused at Carole’s anger. ‘Did you ever see such a bitch with so much nerve?’ said Carole as she motioned to a giggling Norma. ‘She’s a good kid.’ answered Gable. ‘I go for you, Ma’ he smiled. ‘I go for you too, Pa.’

When Norma Shearer was a real-life Jezebel

Carole Lombard was the hostess of the annual White Mayfair Ball. Gentlemen were insisted to wear white ties and tails and ladies were instructed to wear all white as well. An hour into the party Norma Shearer arrived. Heads turned. ‘Why, that fucking bitch!’ muttered Carole. Norma was wearing a bright Crimson red gown.

‘Daaarrling!’ exclaimed Norma. ‘Thanks so much, Norma darling.’ growled Carole. Norma laughed and made her way among the crowd. 

‘Wanna dance?’ said Clark Gable who was amused at Carole’s anger. ‘Did you ever see such a bitch with so much nerve?’ said Carole as she motioned to a giggling Norma. ‘She’s a good kid.’ answered Gable. ‘I go for you, Ma’ he smiled. ‘I go for you too, Pa.’

voxsart:

1969.
Robert Redford, Katharine Ross, and Paul Newman.

voxsart:

1969.

Robert Redford, Katharine Ross, and Paul Newman.