1. visualobscurity:

    Ann Sheridan by George Hurrell, 1939.

    (via cupcakekatieb-eyecandy)

     
  2. Carole Lombard

    (Source: sourvix, via cupcakekatieb-eyecandy)

     
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  4. cantgetanygayer:

    Jetta Goudal.

    She’s so beautiful

    (Source: justanotherflapper, via sharontates)

     
  5. hollyhocksandtulips:

    Ella Raines, 1943

    Photo by Walter Sanders

     
  6. (Source: keyframedaily, via jimjarmusch)

     
  7. gorgonetta:

    [Buster Keaton in his undershirt, gazing at a photo of Lon Chaney on top of his makeup kit]

    (via mudwerks)

     
  8. missavagardner:

    “Soft and sleek — and looking—looking…Sloe—eyed—moving through the woods on a carpet of wet brown leaves (or anyway a carpet — the best — and long — and deep)…No sound—only a rhythmic beat…Honey dripping from her temples…Eyes unblinking — glinting green — challenging…Her texture bread—dough soft — and smooth and tawny—rising alive…He has penned in a lioness…No claws for those she loves — babies — mate — and even friends — a few…The best — the best (what the hell — they must be — they’re mine)…You are subdued by her lavish enthusiasm — lulled by the repetition of your own extraordinary virtues…You are king among mice — secure — remarkable — you have no equal…You belong to the kingdom of her children — she will protect you…But if you do not belong: look out…No zulac from the bazaar has a sharper knife—can use it without pause—direct—piercing…Love or Hate…Yes or No…Good or Bad…Victorian clarity…Soft — sun—serene surface—surface—surface—and under it — Woman.”

    —Lauren Bacall by Katharine Hepburn

    (via inessentialhouses)

     
  9. hollywoodlady:

    Ava Gardner

    (via avasgal)

     
  10. Lucille Ball

    (Source: valentinaya, via oldfilmsflicker)

     
  11. tarkovskologist:

    Krzysztof Kieślowski, 1990s

    (via rudyscuriocabinet)

     
  12. freshwaterassassins:

    Piccadilly (Ewald André Dupont, 1929)

    (Source: coeursfideles, via bellecs)

     
  13. lanallure:

    Betty Grable photographed by Eugene Robert Richee, c. 1930s.

    (via farleysgranger)

     
  14. (Source: kasinski, via farleysgranger)

     
  15. Akira Kurosawa photographed by Catherine Cabrol, 1993.

    (Source: samuraial, via howardkeel)