willywains:

Come on, Bart, let’s finish it the way we started it: on the level.

Gun Crazy (1950) dir. Joseph H. Lewis

the past is something he could see, but not touch. And everything he sees is blurred and indistinct.

thehomosexuals:

Okay but Never Gonna Give You Up (better known as Rickroll) is actually a really really horrible song for many reasons, which I will better explain under the cut. 

Brace yourselves, this is pretty long.

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throwingchairsatjohncleese:

i-will-be-your-duke:

favouritemelodies:

If you were going to scroll past this thinking that you already knew what it was or that it wasn’t worth your time, you gotta reevaluate that decision.

OMGOSH NOPE

OH GOD EVERY TIME I SEE THIS

THIS and also your lovely messages make me feel a lot better. Thank you all <3

ARTIST: David Bowie
TRACK: Moonage Daydream
ALBUM: Ziggy Stardust
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fuckindiva:

Anita Ekberg on the set of La dolce Vita, 1960

fuckindiva:

Anita Ekberg on the set of La dolce Vita, 1960


Cary Grant’s hair and makeup test for North by Northwest (1959). The card reads “HAIR MUSSED + DRUNK”.

Cary Grant’s hair and makeup test for North by Northwest (1959). The card reads “HAIR MUSSED + DRUNK”.


I have always thought that Carole Lombard’s gown in To Be Or Not To Be was the most erotic woman’s costume ever to have been seen in the cinema. - François Truffaut
I have always thought that Carole Lombard’s gown in To Be Or Not To Be was the most erotic woman’s costume ever to have been seen in the cinema. - François Truffaut
  1. smerchfanatic said: Charlie Chaplin’s Modern Times Buster Keaton’s The General Freaks (1932) The Man Who Laughs (Conrad Veidt) Frankenstein (1931) Dracula (1931) Hope this helps :)
  2. @bricktheprettiestsiren said: It happened one night; My man Godfrey; Pygmalion; Bringing up Baby; Top hat; Gone with the wind; Mr. Smith goes to Washington; The hands of Orlac; Duck soup; Modern times (no surprises, sorry for that, but maybe you’ll pick something anyway :)

Thank you guys so much! Out of these I haven’t seen The Man Who Laughs and Duck Soup but I’ve heard so many good things about these two films. Definitely gonna check them out.

Any recommendation for a Hollywood film circa 1930s?