Marilyn Monroe on the set of Some Like it Hot (1959)

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Marilyn Monroe in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953)

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Original Caption: 3/25/55-New York: Hollywood’s top female star Marilyn Monroe appears as first nighter March 24th at the opening of Tennessee Williams’ new play, “Cat on a Hot tin Roof" in New York’s Morosco Theater.  Miss Monroe’s famous figure was sheathed in a skin-tight dress and she wore a white fur coat. Due to recent altercations with [20th Century Fox Studios], Miss Monroe is forming a film company of her own | Photo © Ed Feingersh.

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vintagegal:

Elizabeth Taylor in Raintree County (1957)

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screengoddess:

Happy Birthday Gloria DeHaven - July 23, 1925

barbarastanwyck:

Happy Birthday Gloria Dehaven! (July 23, 1925)

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yocalio:

An actress must be able to assume different dialects, accents, mannerisms and actions… No matter how much she must change her personality she must always seem natural. That is the hard part of the job. - Vivien Leigh

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Im not going to write a fantasy song. Even a song like ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’ really isn’t a fantasy. There’s substance to the dream. Because you’ve seen it, you know? In order to have a dream, there’s something in front of you. You have to have seen something or have heard something for you to dream it. It becomes *your* dream then. Whereas a fantasy is just your imagination wandering around. I don’t really look at my stuff like that. It’s happened, it’s been said, I’ve heard it: I have proof of it. I’m a messenger. I get it. It comes to me so I give it back in my particular style.” - Bob Dylan [x]

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vintagegal:

Brigitte Bardot c. 1966

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thefashionofaudrey:

The actress Audrey Hepburn photographed by Marc Shaw in Paris (France), during a break in the filming of “Love in the Afternoon”, in November 1956.

Audrey was wearing:

  • EnsembleGivenchy (of knitting, navy blue, sweater and skirt, of his collection for the Autumn/Winter 1956/57).
  • Shoes: René Mancini.

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Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall in Dark Passage (1947).

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