Theresa, Canada, etc.

"Must you parade before open windows like a... like a stripteaser?"
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wandrlust:

John Cassavetes and Shafi Hadi during the recording of Charles Mingus’ original score for Shadows, 1959. 

wandrlust:

John Cassavetes and Shafi Hadi during the recording of Charles Mingus’ original score for Shadows, 1959. 

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Sophia Loren in her new dressing gown, talking on the telephone in the bedroom of her home in Rome, Italy, 1957. Photo by Loomis Dean

Sophia Loren in her new dressing gown, talking on the telephone in the bedroom of her home in Rome, Italy, 1957. Photo by Loomis Dean

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Audrey Hepburn in Charade (1963)
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Vittorio Gassman has over 127 credits on IMDB and I’ve only seen 5. I am such a fake fan…

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Happy Birthday Deborah Kerr!!

(September 30th, 1921 - October 16th, 2007)

"When I was under contract to MGM, with people like poor Robert Taylor and so many others, the cinema’s job was solely entertainment. It filled a public need then. Now the cinema serves so many other purposes; it functions as psychiatrist, politician, message-maker, money-maker and, incidentally, entertainer. But it’s no good regretting that things are different. Times have to change."

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pennycarrol replied to your post:Deborah Kerr & Marcello Mastroianni

I hope you see The Organizer soon! I caught it on Hulu sometime last year and really liked it, more than I thought I would.

I should watch it soon! I may or may not have ripped my library’s copy of it.  I saw clips of it in Marcello’s documentary I Remember and it looked really interesting, and it seemed different from his “usual” characters.

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vintagegal:

We accept her! We accept her! One of us! One of us! Gooble-gobble, gooble-gobble!

Tod Browning’s Freaks (1932)

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Gene Tierney, C.1940’s

Gene Tierney, C.1940’s

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Ann Sheridan, 1946. Photo by Joseph Jasgur

Ann Sheridan, 1946. Photo by Joseph Jasgur

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For it is said that humans are never satisfied, that you give them one thing and they want something more. And this is said in disparagement, whereas it is one of the greatest talents the species has and one that has made it superior to animals that are satisfied with what they have.
John Steinbeck, The Pearl
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