audreyheckburn:

Lovelies, here is 90+ movies from the Golden Age of Hollywood(I used the years 1920-1965 as a cut off point). When the films were filled with salacious Marilyns and regal Audreys. When films were filled with bad boy Brandos and college boy Pecks. 
The links here, lead directly to the movies. If you find any bad links, or have some movies you would like to have added, please feel free to message me. Click here for more masterposts of movies, television shows, and certain iconic people including Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe.

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Metropolis(1927), Vanity Fair(1932), King Kong(1933), Of Human Bondage(1934), The Life Of Emile Zola(1937), Jezebel(1938), Gone With The Wind(1939), Wuthering Heights(1939), Waterloo Bridge(1940), Citizen Kane(1941), That Hamilton Woman(1941), High Sierra(1941), Casablanca(1942), Now, Voyager(1942), To Have And Have Not(1944), Mr Skeffington(1944), Double Indemnity(1944), The Big Sleep(1946), Gilda(1946), Humoresque(1946), It’s a Wonderful Life(1946), The Lady from Shanghai(1947), Key Largo(1948), Twelve O’Clock High(1949), White Heat(1949), All About Eve(1950), Sunset Boulevard(1950), A Streetcar Named Desire(1951), High Noon(1952), From Here To Eternity(1953), Julius Caesar(1953), Titanic(1953), The Country Girl(1954), On the Waterfront(1954), Rebel Without a Cause(1955), East of Eden(1955), Giant(1956), Witness For The Prosecution(1957), An Affair to Remember(1957), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof(1958), The Misfits(1961), The Hustler(1961), One-Eyed Jacks(1961), Days of Wine and Roses(1962), To Kill A Mockingbird(1962), How the West Was Won(1962), Cleopatra(1963), Marriage Italian Style(1964), 
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Dinner At Eight(1933), It Happened One Night(1934), The Gay Divorcee(1934), Swing Time(1936), The Wizard of Oz(1939), The Women(1939), The Philadelphia Story(1940), Road to Singapore(1940), His Girl Friday(1940), Meet John Doe(1941), Meet Me In St Louis(1944), Cover Girl(1944), The Harvey Girls(1946), Singin’ In The Rain(1952), Roman Holiday(1953), A Star Is Born(1954), Sabrina(1954), The Seven Year Itch(1955), High Society(1956), Funny Face(1957), Tammy and the Bachelor(1957), Some Like it Hot(1959), Breakfast At Tiffany’s(1961), Bye Bye Birdie(1963), Viva Las Vegas(1964), My Fair Lady(1964), The Unsinkable Molly Brown(1964), 
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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde(1931), Dracula(1931), Frankenstein(1931), The Invisible Man(1933), Spellbound(1945), Notorious(1946), Sorry Wrong Number(1948), Creature from the Black Lagoon(1954), Dial M for Murder(1954), Rear Window(1954), Night Of The Hunter(1955), The Man Who Knew Too Much(1956), Horror of Dracula(1958), Vertigo(1958), North by Northwest(1959), Psycho(1960), The Birds(1963), The Haunting(1963), Hush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte(1964),

audreyheckburn:

Lovelies, here is 90+ movies from the Golden Age of Hollywood(I used the years 1920-1965 as a cut off point). When the films were filled with salacious Marilyns and regal Audreys. When films were filled with bad boy Brandos and college boy Pecks. 

The links here, lead directly to the movies. If you find any bad links, or have some movies you would like to have added, please feel free to message me. Click here for more masterposts of movies, television shows, and certain iconic people including Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe.

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Metropolis(1927), Vanity Fair(1932), King Kong(1933), Of Human Bondage(1934), The Life Of Emile Zola(1937), Jezebel(1938), Gone With The Wind(1939), Wuthering Heights(1939), Waterloo Bridge(1940), Citizen Kane(1941), That Hamilton Woman(1941), High Sierra(1941), Casablanca(1942), Now, Voyager(1942), To Have And Have Not(1944), Mr Skeffington(1944), Double Indemnity(1944), The Big Sleep(1946), Gilda(1946), Humoresque(1946), It’s a Wonderful Life(1946), The Lady from Shanghai(1947), Key Largo(1948), Twelve O’Clock High(1949), White Heat(1949), All About Eve(1950), Sunset Boulevard(1950), A Streetcar Named Desire(1951), High Noon(1952), From Here To Eternity(1953), Julius Caesar(1953), Titanic(1953), The Country Girl(1954), On the Waterfront(1954), Rebel Without a Cause(1955), East of Eden(1955), Giant(1956), Witness For The Prosecution(1957), An Affair to Remember(1957), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof(1958), The Misfits(1961), The Hustler(1961), One-Eyed Jacks(1961), Days of Wine and Roses(1962), To Kill A Mockingbird(1962), How the West Was Won(1962), Cleopatra(1963), Marriage Italian Style(1964),

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Dinner At Eight(1933), It Happened One Night(1934), The Gay Divorcee(1934), Swing Time(1936), The Wizard of Oz(1939), The Women(1939), The Philadelphia Story(1940), Road to Singapore(1940), His Girl Friday(1940), Meet John Doe(1941), Meet Me In St Louis(1944), Cover Girl(1944), The Harvey Girls(1946), Singin’ In The Rain(1952), Roman Holiday(1953), A Star Is Born(1954), Sabrina(1954), The Seven Year Itch(1955), High Society(1956), Funny Face(1957), Tammy and the Bachelor(1957), Some Like it Hot(1959), Breakfast At Tiffany’s(1961), Bye Bye Birdie(1963), Viva Las Vegas(1964), My Fair Lady(1964), The Unsinkable Molly Brown(1964),

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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde(1931), Dracula(1931), Frankenstein(1931), The Invisible Man(1933), Spellbound(1945), Notorious(1946), Sorry Wrong Number(1948), Creature from the Black Lagoon(1954), Dial M for Murder(1954), Rear Window(1954), Night Of The Hunter(1955), The Man Who Knew Too Much(1956), Horror of Dracula(1958), Vertigo(1958), North by Northwest(1959), Psycho(1960), The Birds(1963), The Haunting(1963), Hush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte(1964),

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among-conifers:

Saved another cutie from the wet pavement yesterday. I just love bees. Look at those little legs.

among-conifers:

Saved another cutie from the wet pavement yesterday. I just love bees. Look at those little legs.

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a mix for the last days of summer, clinging to the last days of freedom. listen (x)

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The city looks so peaceful from up here.
Anything is peaceful from one thousand three hundred and fifty three feet.

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every 1st september we joke about getting ready for hogwarts to cover up the very real and very very deep scars of never getting our letters

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thatwetshirt:

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

thatwetshirt:

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

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Léa Seydoux in Petit Tailleur, 2010 dir by Louis Garrel.

Léa Seydoux in Petit Tailleur, 2010 dir by Louis Garrel.

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xphotography

Some people,
no matter what you give them,
still want the moon.

The bread,
the salt,
white meat and dark,
still hungry.

The marriage bed
and the cradle,
still empty arms.

You give them land,
their own earth under their feet,
still they take to the roads.

And water: dig them the deepest well,
still it’s not deep enough
to drink the moon from.

» Denise Levertov, Adam’s Complaint (via unmaiden)  
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timelessaudrey:

Audrey and Mel photographed by Richard Miller at Bel Air Hotel,1957

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xwith Mr Famous!! xwe can't forget Mr Famous!! xaudrey xmel ferrer

chloridecleansing:

You can be proud of your sexuality and still in the closet for your own safety. Not everyone you know has to know that you’re not straight for you to be a ‘good’ queer/gay. Protecting yourself from homophobes is not ‘contributing to the issue’. Do not come out into a dangerous situation with no support network or without any financial independence. If you think someone might out you, don’t tell them shit.

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Hope is a good thing, maybe the best of things, and no good thing ever dies." -The Shawshank Redemption (1994)

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bourgeoisied:

my hobbies include talking about my fandom to people who don’t care about my fandom

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xabout me

Clémence Poésy for Madame Figaro

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xclémence

thomasshelbys:

They become part of who you are or they destroy you.

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