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Shakin' The Blues Away



the-dark-city:

"It Happened One Night" (1934)


littlehorrorshop:

Mary Pickford in The Poor Little Rich Girl, 1917


20th-century-man:

Virginia O’Brien, singing “In a Little Spanish Town”, with help from the irrepressibly cute Gloria DeHaven and June Allyson (along with Bob Crosby and his orchestra) / George Sidney’s Thousands Cheer (1943)


gatabella:

Ava Gardner, Whistle Stop, 1945


  • What is your best character trait?
  • Michael Palin: I seem to be renowned as the nicest man in Britain and I’ve often wondered how people would react if I murdered somebody. They’d probably give me the benefit of the doubt and say that the murdered person had it coming to them. I am very easygoing and empathic. I prefer to avoid confrontation and conflict.
  • What’s your worst character trait?
  • Palin: If anything I’m too easygoing. At times I should just put my foot down. But I don’t want to rock the boat.


terry jones discusses his directorial accomplishments in ireland



voxsart:

Summer Is Still Here.

Paul Newman.


lars134:

Jimmy Stewart in “Speed” (1936)


nineteen-fifty-four:

Audrey Hepburn.


When I met George it was love at first sight. He was absolutely irresistible. We’d stay up all night playing and laughing. He made me do all the Python sketches and I made him do all the Beatle songs.


mariedeflor:

Now, wait a minute! Wait a minute everybody! Now, stand still! Don’t make a move. Now, I don’t want any noise around here. My wife came down here to tell me something very important. That’s the only thing that counts right now. I don’t even want to hear a pin drop!




21 years young Norwegian troll.

Lover of old Hollywood, the 1930s, the Rat Pack, music from the 70s, and British comedy

Marx Brothers
Fred Astaire
Errol Flynn
Gene Kelly
Vincent Price
Bela Lugosi

Rita Hayworth
Olivia de Havilland
Judy Garland
Ginger Rogers
Ann Miller

The Sweet
T. Rex
Slade
Nightwish
Rammstein

Monty Python
Red Dwarf


This blog contains stuff from the 1920s to the 1970s.





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