Joan Fontaine is a BAMF
johnhannahs:

Joan Fontaine, 1930’s

johnhannahs:

Joan Fontaine, 1930’s

7 hours ago with 24 notes — via olivia-deh, © johnhannahs



mulders:

before i started the x files i thought i was straight and i thought aliens didn’t exist

7 hours ago with 153 notes — via judiegarland, © mulders



what did i watch though?

what did i watch though?

1 day ago with 3 notes
#so confused



notmrsrichardburton:

can we all thank clark gable’s parents because his face is astonishing

come from tha bottom now we here

1 day ago with 17 notes — via richardbooton



ravinmaven:

Jane Eyre (1944)Joan Fontaine, Orson Welles

ravinmaven:

Jane Eyre (1944)
Joan Fontaine, Orson Welles

1 day ago with 6 notes — via ravinmaven



bellecs:

Marlene Dietrich gives a thank you kiss to director Raoul Walsh in the wrap party for Manpower, 1941


Wish I were him

bellecs:

Marlene Dietrich gives a thank you kiss to director Raoul Walsh in the wrap party for Manpower, 1941

Wish I were him

2 days ago with 180 notes — via judiegarland, © bellecs



2 days ago with 26 notes — via heckyeahmyrnaloy



60 years ago today on September 29, 1954, Judy Garland’s comeback film A Star is Born premiered at the Pantages Theater. Stars attending included Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cooper, Liberace with his mother, Clark Gable, Lauren Bacall, Humphrey Bogart, Elizabeth Taylor, Greer Garson, Janet Leigh, Tony Curtis, Mitzi Gaynor and many more

2 days ago with 340 notes — via whipcrackaway, © harrybelafontes




Joan Fontaine, 1938.

Joan Fontaine, 1938.

3 days ago with 422 notes — via scarlettvivling, © mildredsfierce



bettybacall:

Marlene Dietrich and Tyrone Power in stills from Witness For The Prosecution, 1957.

3 days ago with 682 notes — via blancedubois, © bettybacall



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bizarrelosangeles:

“Carole Lombard was a wonderful girl. Swore like a man. Other women try, but she really did.” - Fred MacMurray, pictured, here, with Lombard in a publicity still for True Confessions (1937).

bizarrelosangeles:

Carole Lombard was a wonderful girl. Swore like a man. Other women try, but she really did.” - Fred MacMurray, pictured, here, with Lombard in a publicity still for True Confessions (1937).

4 days ago with 87 notes — via oliviafontaine, © bizarrelosangeles



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theotherdehavillandgirl:

Happy Wednesday! Joan on the set of “Until They Sail”. Thanks for the message btw anon- you know I’d never leave you guys:)

theotherdehavillandgirl:

Happy Wednesday! Joan on the set of “Until They Sail”. Thanks for the message btw anon- you know I’d never leave you guys:)

4 days ago with 18 notes — via theotherdehavillandgirl