foreveroldhollywood:

A young Audrey Hepburn models at the Cambridge Circus Theatre, London (1950)

The famous scene in which Indy shoots a marauding and flamboyant swordsman was not in the original script. Harrison Ford was supposed to use his whip to get the swords out of his attacker’s hands, but the food poisoning he and the rest of the crew had gotten made him too sick to perform the stunt. After several unsuccessful tries, Ford suggested “shooting the sucker.” Steven Spielberg immediately took up the idea and the scene was successfully filmed.

errolflynns:

Happy Birthday to Olivia de Havilland! | July 1st, 1916


Repulsion (1965) Dir. Roman Polanski

Repulsion (1965) Dir. Roman Polanski

♪ So you can put the blame on Mame, boys ♪


Gene Tierney in On the Riviera (1951)

Gene Tierney in On the Riviera (1951)

matineemoustache:

Cary Grant is making you breakfast.

matineemoustache:

Cary Grant is making you breakfast.

Elizabeth Taylor in Giant (1956)

“The extraordinary mystique of hers made you think she lived on rose petals and listened to nothing but Mozart, but it wasn’t true. She was quite funny and ribald. She could tell a dirty joke. She played charades with a great sense of fun and vulgarity, and she could be quite bitchy.”

― André Previn

secondhandroses:

Barbra Streisand - Funny Girl 1968 [inspired by x]