mariedeflor:

Marlene Dietrich, 1932

mariedeflor:

Marlene Dietrich, 1932

(Source: mariedeflor)

themaninthegreenshirt:

"The worst thing about that kind of prejudice… is that while you feel hurt and angry and all the rest of it, it feeds you self-doubt. You start thinking, perhaps I am not good enough." Nina Simone

themaninthegreenshirt:

"The worst thing about that kind of prejudice… is that while you feel hurt and angry and all the rest of it, it feeds you self-doubt. You start thinking, perhaps I am not good enough." Nina Simone

mpdrolet:

Woman at a counter smoking, N.Y.C., 1962
Diane Arbus

mpdrolet:

Woman at a counter smoking, N.Y.C., 1962

solo-vintage:

Woman playing cards at the Cannes Film Festival. Photographed by Paul Schutzer. May, 1962.

solo-vintage:

Woman playing cards at the Cannes Film Festival. Photographed by Paul Schutzer. May, 1962.

(Source: photographyspast)


“Now, a digression about my famous mother, Betty Bacall. Don’t call her Lauren and and don’t call her Baby. She’s Betty to her friends, and Ms. Bacall to everybody else.” 
-STEPHEN BOGART

Now, a digression about my famous mother, Betty Bacall. Don’t call her Lauren and and don’t call her Baby. She’s Betty to her friends, and Ms. Bacall to everybody else.” 

-STEPHEN BOGART

wehadfacesthen:

Carson McCullers, 1946, photo by Adam Fischer
via bartleby-company

wehadfacesthen:

Carson McCullers, 1946, photo by Adam Fischer

via bartleby-company

(Source: theoutlawbible)

harlow-jean:

Olivia de Havilland

harlow-jean:

Olivia de Havilland

(Source: kittypackards)


You want to know what’s ruined this business? Actors. They’ll walk across the screen for anything, but I’m the only one of those dames who kept her price. My price for putting my name on that marquee is $200,000 and ten percent of the gross and I won’t even talk to anybody for anything less because when they see me on the screen they’re seeing 37 years of sweat. They pay for my experience and if that loses its importance I might as well get lost.

You want to know what’s ruined this business? Actors. They’ll walk across the screen for anything, but I’m the only one of those dames who kept her price. My price for putting my name on that marquee is $200,000 and ten percent of the gross and I won’t even talk to anybody for anything less because when they see me on the screen they’re seeing 37 years of sweat. They pay for my experience and if that loses its importance I might as well get lost.

Gene Tierney photographed by Milton Greene.

(Source: missavagardner)

(Source: robertdeniro)

suicideblonde:

Charlotte Gainsbourg in Glamour France in 1994

suicideblonde:

Charlotte Gainsbourg in Glamour France in 1994

comiques:

First snow

comiques:

First snow

enterthefilm:

The Big Sleep (1946, dir. Howard Hawks)

(Source: bellecs)

sheisanniebelle:

Sophia Loren, photo by Bert Stern, Vogue, November 1, 1962

sheisanniebelle:

Sophia Loren, photo by Bert Stern, Vogue, November 1, 1962

(Source: completelyunproductive)