My Fucking Face
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Rita Hayworth in “Gilda”, 1946.


Songs Introduced by Fred Astaire

A Needle in a Haystack  (1934) - Herb Magidson & Con Conrad

Not originally in the stage production of The Gay Divorce, A Needle in a Haystack was written specifically for the film adaptation (retitled The Gay Divorcee). Most of the original songs from the stage production were left out of the film, with the exception of Cole Porter’s Night and Day. The number provided Fred with an opportunity to show off his unique talent and charm in his first starring feature. 

Lauren Bacall, c.1945

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Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward photographed by Lawrence Schiller in Los Angeles, 1967

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Simply put, in film acting, there is before Brando, and there is after Brando. And they are like different worlds. - Rick Lyman, The New York Times 

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#marlon brando


The Philadelphia Story (1940)

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Hate is a very exciting emotion. Haven’t you noticed? Very exciting. I hate you too, Johnny. I hate you so much I think I’m going to die from it. Darling…
Gilda (1946), Charles Vidor.

i miss having movie marathons with Alex :’O

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Finding myself watching this movie once again… 

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