Gregory Peck and Mary Badham photographed by Leo Fuchs on the set of To Kill a Mockingbird (1962)

jeanharlowed:

peterotooled:

meetthebeatofmyheart:

jeanharlowed:

avatarskorra:

jessica lange is hotter than me and she’s 64

Julie Andrews is hotter than me and she’s 79.

Olivia de Havilland is hotter than me and she’s 98

Elizabeth Taylor and Vivien Leigh are hotter than me and they’re both dead.

i fucking love this fandom

losetheboyfriend:

Marlon Brando as Stanley Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire (1951)

rainsfell:

how do i get over someone who i never dated

I will always love the false image I had of you. —(via fvckem)

Happy Birthday, Montgomery Clift | (October 17, 1920 — July 23, 1966) 

"The true originator of the rebellious twentieth century anti-hero was Montgomery Clift … not Marlon Brando or James Dean … the restrained performer with the inner tension and those ancient, melancholy eyes … his presence so unobtrusively strong that it lingered even when he was off-camera."Marcello Mastroianni

Photographed by Stanley Kubrick, 1949.

the60sbazaar:

Paul Newman and Anthony Perkins 

Reblog if you’d care if I killed myself

Rita Hayworth, 1946.

"Playing house with Lucille Ball: Nothing pleases the glamorous red haired screen star more than to spend a day away from the cameras at her Chatsworth California ranch. With three successive starring roles in "Du Barry Was A Lady," "Best Foot Forward," and "Meet the People," since signing her Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer contract a little over a year ago, Lucille hasn’t had much time for this favourite past time. But when she does, here’s how she goes at it. Meet others of the family — Taffy, Pinto and Felicity in Miss Ball’s arms. They are all great friends and much beloved by their glamorous mistress."

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