1. Notes: 322 / 7 hours ago  from audreyandmarilyn
    Audrey Hepburn photographed by Howell Conant during the filming of Wait Until Dark, 1967.
    Audrey Hepburn photographed by Howell Conant during the filming of Wait Until Dark, 1967.
     
  2. Notes: 714 / 1 day ago  from wehadfacesthen
    wehadfacesthen:

Rancho Drive-In Theater, a 1948 photo by Allan Grant

    wehadfacesthen:

    Rancho Drive-In Theater, a 1948 photo by Allan Grant

     
  3. Notes: 103 / 1 day ago  from hollywoodlady (originally from bellecs)
    
Audrey Hepburn and Albert Finney in Two for the Road (1967)

    Audrey Hepburn and Albert Finney in Two for the Road (1967)

    (Source: bellecs)

     
  4. Notes: 1552 / 5 days ago  from hollywoodlady (originally from theroning)

    favorite mob movies » Bonnie and Clyde (dir. by Arthur Penn , 1967)

    "We rob banks!"
  5. Notes: 987 / 1 week ago  from weirdvintage
    weirdvintage:

Alfred Hitchcock eating a pretzel at the premiere of Psycho, 1960 (via This is Not Porn)

    weirdvintage:

    Alfred Hitchcock eating a pretzel at the premiere of Psycho, 1960 (via This is Not Porn)

     
  6. Notes: 112 / 1 week ago  from wehadfacesthen
    wehadfacesthen:

Drive-In, 1938, photo by Peter Stackpole

    wehadfacesthen:

    Drive-In, 1938, photo by Peter Stackpole

     
  7. Notes: 150 / 1 week ago  from hollywoodlady (originally from bogarted)
    bogarted:

Jane Greer photographed by Peter Stackpole

    bogarted:

    Jane Greer photographed by Peter Stackpole

     
  8. Notes: 304 / 1 week ago  from hollywoodlady (originally from andyswarhol)
    
Joanne Woodward and Paul Newman, 1960.
    Joanne Woodward and Paul Newman, 1960.

    (Source: andyswarhol)

     
  9. Notes: 770 / 1 week ago  from barbarastanwyck

    barbarastanwyck:

    Happy Birthday Barbara Stanwyck!
    (July 16, 1907-January 20, 1990)

    When we were shooting Golden Boy, the stages were dingy, dirty, and poorly ventilated. And the film wasn’t as fast in those days as it is now which necessitated the use of more electrical equipment, which, in turn, created heat. So anyone working from 8:45 in the morning until 7:30 at night could find it to be an exhausting experience. But when we would wrap production, and the staff and the cast and the crew would head for fresh air and home, very often Barbara would say to me "Golden Boy, get your ass into that set dressing room because we’re going to run tomorrow’s work." For an extra half to three quarters of an hour we would rehearse. She wanted me to be good. So if anyone ever needed a term for courtesy and consideration, generosity, and above all, professionalism, they would only need two words. One: Barbara. And the other: Stanwyck.

    -William Holden

  10. Notes: 1075 / 1 week ago  from barbarastanwyck (originally from barbarastanwyck)

    barbarastanwyck:

    Happy Birthday Ginger Rogers!
    (July 16, 1911-April 25, 1995)

    In everything that I do I learn and try to put it to use. I have learned to go through life not into it. It`s like a boat. You must not let the water in or you`re sunk. Of course, I`ve made mistakes and I have had failures, but I do not dwell on them because people don`t care about garbage. When I make a mistake it`s like a bad leaf on a lettuce - I throw it out into the waste basket.

    -Ginger Rogers

  11. Notes: 280 / 2 weeks ago  from wehadfacesthen (originally from babybacalling)
    wehadfacesthen:

Lauren Bacall in Young Man with a Horn  (Michael Curtiz, 1950)

    wehadfacesthen:

    Lauren Bacall in Young Man with a Horn  (Michael Curtiz, 1950)

     
  12. Notes: 471 / 2 weeks ago  from rareaudreyhepburn

    rareaudreyhepburn:

    Audrey Hepburn & Mel Ferrer celebrate Edith Head’s 59th birthday, October 28, 1956.

  13. Notes: 150 / 2 weeks ago  from wehadfacesthen (originally from fiftyyearstoolate)
    wehadfacesthen:

Summer in the city

    wehadfacesthen:

    Summer in the city

    (Source: fiftyyearstoolate)

     
  14. Notes: 1044 / 2 weeks ago  from wehadfacesthen (originally from deforest)
    wehadfacesthen:

iznogoodgood:

I want to give the audience a hint of a scene. No more than that. Give them too much and they won’t contribute anything themselves. Give them just a suggestion and you get them working with you. That’s what gives the theater meaning: when it becomes a social act.

Orson Welles, 1939

    wehadfacesthen:

    iznogoodgood:

    I want to give the audience a hint of a scene. No more than that. Give them too much and they won’t contribute anything themselves. Give them just a suggestion and you get them working with you. That’s what gives the theater meaning: when it becomes a social act.

    Orson Welles, 1939

    (Source: deforest)

     
  15. Notes: 8325 / 2 weeks ago  from wehadfacesthen (originally from missmarlenedietrich)

    wehadfacesthen:

    Ava Gardner in The Killers  (Robert Siodmak, 1946)

    I think I just died a little….

    (Source: missmarlenedietrich)

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