trixiedelight:

When we were rehearsing it, I said I would like to imitate Tallulah Bankhead in this scene. I’ve seen Tallulah many times at big parties and she picks up a cigarette and five lights come in, men who light her cigarette. And we imitated that and it came off very well.

Joan Crawford on the cigarette lighting scene in Humoresque (1946)

I wish I grew up in the 50’s 

its-a-dangerous-business:

  • Classy women
  • Guys being gentlemen
  • Cute ass relationships
  • Racism
  • Sexism
  • Homophobia
  • Illness
  • Segregation
  • Cold War
  • Constant threat of nuclear war

But I mean the vintage bombshelters are sooo totally cute

this post is literally the best thing i’ve ever seen

Alan Rickman as Col. Christopher Brandon in Sense and Sensibility [1995]

“I knew a lady very like your sister - the same impulsive sweetness of temper - who was forced into, as you put it, a better acquaintance with the world. The result was only ruination and despair. Do not desire it, Miss Dashwood.”

ARTIST:
TRACK:
ALBUM:
991,123 plays
maudit:

cackling! cackle cackle cackle!

maudit:

cackling! cackle cackle cackle!

bonaventurer:

He was the rarest of phenomena…the actor who hated to act. He loved to create, but once that had been accomplished, he was like an artist who could not bear to look again upon a finished painting, or a writer who was nauseated by a glimpse of some past creation.Arthur Hopkins on John Barrymore | We Barrymores

bonaventurer:

He was the rarest of phenomena…the actor who hated to act. He loved to create, but once that had been accomplished, he was like an artist who could not bear to look again upon a finished painting, or a writer who was nauseated by a glimpse of some past creation.

Arthur Hopkins on John Barrymore | We Barrymores

farisbueller:

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a place where girls say audrey hepburn is their idol but can’t even spell her name right