This is me, tipping my had to Tuesday like, ‘I’ve got my power outfit on, packed my lunch, remembered my laptop AND my wallet AND my keys, don’t even mess with me.’ ~~~ gorgeous 1950s fashion photography by Lillian Bassman.
A small amount of books I got this and last month. Romance, Musicals, pre codes, adventure... from 1896 to 1946
"It's easin' somewhat now. When you got pain, it's better to judge yourself of a lot of things. I'm not gonna stupify myself with that stuff. I wanna think clear. I want to see everything, and I want to feel everything. Then I won't mind goin'. I've got the guts to die. What I want to know - do you have the guts to live?" - Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Tennessee Williams, play. Richard Brooks, screenplay)
Sharon Tate and Jacqueline Susann, filmed on the deck of the Princess Italia during press junket interviews for Valley Of The Dolls in the fall of 1967.
marlon brando and teresa wright for 'the men', 1949.
the film was brando's first on-screen role. he played a veteran injured at war, leaving him permanently paralyzed. to prepare for the role, he spent a month at the birmingham veterans administrationhospital in the neighborhood of van nuys, california where he lived among real paraplegic vets.
(i personally digitally restore all photos using an editor, so please give credit if you decide to repost. i hate abrasive watermarks and don't want to ruin the quality for you. thank you.)
Getty images caption:
》American entertainer Gypsy Rose Lee (1911 - 1970) with (L-R) Sherry Clark, Charlotte Foley, (Lee) June Fraser and Anita Arden, who appeared on her act, Bristol, UK, 1951《
let's see how long it takes until this is reported 😬
Live action models Helene Stanley and Ed Kemmer pose in character as Princess Aurora and Prince Philip during the production of Walt Disney’s animated classic Sleeping Beauty (1959)
Photo by Allan Grant for LIFE Magazine ✨
Memorabilia Monday 9:
For today I have two cigarette cards featuring Norma Shearer. The first is one of Norma alone from 1933. This card has her name at the bottom and a blank back to it. The card was issued out of England in 1933 and is of the Abdulla Cinema Stars Tobacco card line. Several different kinds of cards were made by this company at the time. The next piece is a 1940 A & M Cinema Cavalcade Volume 1, card 243 “The Fight Is On” showing Robert Montgomery and Norma In a scene from ‘Private Lives’(1931) from a pack of MAX Cigarettes. Three different sized cards made up this 250-card series and this card is the smallest of the three. I love Norma a lot and had to get these cards. I recommend tobacco cards to anyone starting a old Hollywood memorabilia collection as they usually are rather cheap. I have personally never spent more than $3 dollars on a tobacco card. I really love these cards and if you would like a little more info on them feel free to DM me or leave a comment.
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She had such a cute and fun personality! Love her✨💛
I’m so ready for rock the dock this year 💙
Be your own anchor🖤 happy anniversary teen wolf