vintagebreeze:

Gene Tierney being trendy. On a bridge.

vintagebreeze:

Gene Tierney being trendy. On a bridge.

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“I think the qualities that my mother gave me include intelligence, humor, sensitivity, the ability to scrutinize people. I feel she gave me her sense of power and her sense of strength as she deals with the world around her. And her contribution to women and to women’s issues in addition to being to a loving mother. She has also just as a woman been a great example for me.” - Leslie Bogart
“I think the qualities that my mother gave me include intelligence, humor, sensitivity, the ability to scrutinize people. I feel she gave me her sense of power and her sense of strength as she deals with the world around her. And her contribution to women and to women’s issues in addition to being to a loving mother. She has also just as a woman been a great example for me.” - Leslie Bogart

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"Barb, honey… we’re dead. I don’t think we have very much to worry about anymore."

Beetlejuice (1988) (X)

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popbubblewraps:

If You Can’t Sleep- She & Him

Happy Birthday Margarita Carmen Cansino aka Rita Hayworth (October 17, 1918 - May 14, 1987)

"I never really thought of myself as a sex goddess; I felt I was more a comedian who could dance."

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Crime Against Joe (1956)

today’s review: Crime Against Joe (1956)

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Joe Manning (John Bromfield) is a Korean War veteran who came back from the war with lots of scars. He’s become an artist, but his art never seems to match his vision. He’s also developed a drinking problem.

Joe’s mother (Frances Morris) is as supportive of him as she can be, trying to gently push him in a better direction, but his reputation with everyone else is bad.

One night, before he heads…

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At MGM, I always played the second feminine lead. I was never the star in films. I was the brassy, good-hearted showgirl. I never really had my big moment on the screen. Broadway gave me the stardom that my soul kind of yearned for.

At MGM, I always played the second feminine lead. I was never the star in films. I was the brassy, good-hearted showgirl. I never really had my big moment on the screen. Broadway gave me the stardom that my soul kind of yearned for.

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matineemoustache:

Caricatures by Henry Major, from the limited edition book Hollywood, 1938.

via this amazing post by The Gay Philosopher

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