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#plein soleil #alain delon


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lol guess

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i was tagged by alistairy (ilysm) <3

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#tagged #about me #i guess


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gayworthlaurabacall and history-is-funk :*

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jeansarthur and jean arthur hehe :]

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#notmrsrichardburton


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53 on both lol :]

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6 hours ago with 146,889 notes — via jeannecrains
#please?


justlittleclassicfilmthings:


I hate that people only appreciate Mickey Rooney for his looks, I mean can’t we just move past his devastatingly handsome appearance and appreciate him for his wonderful talent?

Submitted by: inessentialhouses

justlittleclassicfilmthings:

I hate that people only appreciate Mickey Rooney for his looks, I mean can’t we just move past his devastatingly handsome appearance and appreciate him for his wonderful talent?

Submitted by: inessentialhouses

7 hours ago with 50 notes — via richard--burton, © justlittleclassicfilmthings
#OMFG



Audrey Hepburn in Sabrina, 1954

Audrey Hepburn in Sabrina, 1954

8 hours ago with 167 notes — via nancydearest, © bellecs
#i love u so so much #audrey hepburn #sabrina


8 hours ago with 4,050 notes — via robertdniro, © clickthefrog
#important


jimmylives:

"A star goes wild in the places beyond air — a dark star born of coldness and invisible. It hits the upper edges of our atmosphere and look! It is seen! It flames and arcs and dazzles. It goes out in ash and memory. But its after-image remains in our eyes to be looked at again and again. For it was rare. And it was beautiful. And we thank God and nature for sending it in front of our eyes.
-Stewart Stern in a letter to Mr. & Mrs. Winslow, Oct. 12, 1955.

James Byron Dean, Feb. 8, 1931 - Sept. 30, 1955

8 hours ago with 329 notes — via jimmylives
#nope #james dean #iysm rip :( #ilysm* lol