hollyhocksandtulips:

Rita Hayworth for Max Factor, 1943

hollyhocksandtulips:

Rita Hayworth for Max Factor, 1943

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whiskey-in-a-teacup:

She was something of a wild child but there was such an innocence about her and a childlike thing at the same time … She was just so sweet, you know. There was just no malice in her. -Sally Grossman

whiskey-in-a-teacup:

She was something of a wild child but there was such an innocence about her and a childlike thing at the same time … She was just so sweet, you know. There was just no malice in her. -Sally Grossman

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thatsjustelegant:

Diana Dors in 1955.

thatsjustelegant:

Diana Dors in 1955.

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hollywoodlady:

Humphrey Bogart

hollywoodlady:

Humphrey Bogart

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hurrl-scout:

me every night 

hurrl-scout:

me every night 

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inessentialhouses:

Happy 112th Birthday, Clark Gable
(February 1, 1901 - November 16, 1960)

“It was the joy of your life to know Clark Gable. He was everything good you could think of. He had delicious humor, he had great compassion, he was always a fine old teddy bear. In no way was he conscious of his good looks, as were most other men in pictures at that time. Clark was very unactorly.”

-Joan Blondell

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