Is it weird to love the way Judy waves?
Lauren Bacall in Dark Passage, 1947.
ughh every time i have a weekend off from work i never do shit with it. during the week i’m planning all kinds of shit thinking i’m gonna be rly productive and get a bunch of things done and then the weekend comes and i just sit in my living room on my laptop and watch tv and piss it away. i know i’m wasting it and i don’t want to but i just have no motivation i can’t make myself do shit it’s so annoying.
16-year-old Judy Garland during portrait sittings for The Wizard of Oz
Happy 108th Birthday, Joan Blondell! | August 30th 1906 - December 25th, 1979.
"You are beautiful when you yearn to love and be loved. […] A straight back, upturned lips, head held high, a twinkle in your eye, a heart of compassion, a heart who feels God—then beauty is yours." [x]
Myrna Loy attends the premiere of the film Rain, 1932
Clara Bow examines Clive Brook’s handsomeness in Hula (1927).
It’s been 33 years since Hollywood’s biggest unsolved mystery took place, but interest in Natalie Wood’s death has never waned — in fact, the…
This particular article about Natalie is nothing to scoff at. I will definitely buy this issue the moment I see it and so should all of you….
"The studio was in the planning stages for a movie to shoot in 1935, Broadway Melody of 1936… There are several different accounts of how Powell got cast in the leading female role. It isn’t clear who brought her to Mayer’s attention… [but] Powell, who was eager to return to New York and unhappy with the Hollywood atmosphere and her experience in Scandals, told Mayer no unless he paid her $1,000 per week (a very high salary for a newcomer) and created a role for her in the story. Mayer then offered Powell a secondary role (that later went to Una Merkel). Powell countered by raising her salary demand to $1,250 per week, and to her surprise, Mayer – perhaps following the paradoxical “if she doesn’t want me, then I want her” rule of show business – said yes.”
– Jeanine Basinger