sarahcosima:

euo:

My main dilemma when I see a pretty girl is am I jealous of her or attracted to her? Do I want to be her or date her?

#wife goals or life goals

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Gregory Peck hosts a radio show, The Driven Snow, 1949.
Gregory Peck hosts a radio show, The Driven Snow, 1949.
5 minutes ago with 124 notes — via norascharles, © mattybing1025




Marilyn Monroe photographed by Ed Clark, 1950

Marilyn Monroe photographed by Ed Clark, 1950

6 minutes ago with 252 notes — via vivienleighed, © missmonroes




The Red Shoes (1948)

The Red Shoes (1948)

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Shirley MacLaine, c. 1950s
Shirley MacLaine, c. 1950s
16 minutes ago with 164 notes — via classicats, © mattybing1025



dulcinea2001:

Natalie Wood by William Claxton

dulcinea2001:

Natalie Wood by William Claxton

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joancravvford:

why does the uk tcm suck so much




gatabella:

Vivien Leigh, Waterloo Bridge, 1940

gatabella:

Vivien Leigh, Waterloo Bridge, 1940

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bellecs:

#GPOY when a fight breaks out on my dash

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orplid:

Perception of Beauty….. iconic actress Gene Tierney, 1940’s
”Undeniably the most beautiful woman in movie history.” - Darryl F. Zanuck, former chief of production at Twentieth Century Fox

orplid:

Perception of Beauty….. iconic actress Gene Tierney, 1940’s

”Undeniably the most beautiful woman in movie history.” - Darryl F. Zanuck, former chief of production at Twentieth Century Fox

30 minutes ago with 30 notes — via joancravvford, © orplid



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jaynemansfield-poedie:

Jayne Mansfield

jaynemansfield-poedie:

Jayne Mansfield




Lana Turner. Photographed by Peter Stackpole.
44 minutes ago with 392 notes — via bogarted, © fred---astaire