1. Marilyn in 1946.

    Well ain’t she the cutest thing!

    (Source: alwaysmarilynmonroe)

     
  2. lush-retina:

    fyglobetrotters:

    Portugal. Lagos by Zú Sánchez on Flickr.

    I’ll be here in 4 days. I can barely handle it.. 

    ONE OF MY FAVOURITE PLACES ON EARTH!

    HAVE BEEN ABOUT 14 TIMES & STILL CANNOT BELIEVE I GET TO LIVE THERE FOR 6 MONTHS! 

     
  3. cantgetanygayer:

    Hollywood, California

    1949

    that outfit

    (Source: hoodoothatvoodoo)

     
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  5. Happy Birthday, Gertrude Lawrence (July 4, 1898 - September 6, 1952)

    She was a blazing great star, and we shall never see another quite like her.
    - Laurence Olivier

    (Source: deborahkerr)

     
  6. "An actress of instinct and impulse, of swift and sudden change, of ever-varying mood, she was herself a light that danced and swayed, that burnt, not with a dull lamp’s steady glow, but with all the divine uncertainty of flickering candles on a Christmas tree. To watch her move upon the stage, to hear her voice, was—for the author of the play she happened to be in—an unforgettable experience." Happy Birthday Gertrude Lawrence, July 4th, 1898-September 6th, 1952

    (Source: ladylizaelliott, via ladylizaelliott)

     
  7. weirdvintage:

    Marilyn Monroe with three ice cream cones, 1952 (via This Is Not Porn)

    (via oldhollywoodlovingteen)

     
  8. pinups-gogo:

    Sally Maxwell on men’s girlie mag in the 60s

     
  9. misstanwyck:

    Barbara Stanwyck | Films

    BEST THING ON TUMBLR IN THE HISTORY OF HUMANITY. 

    (Source: mariedeflor, via melinaleigh03)

     
  10. gingerrogerss:

    To Please a Lady (1950)

    (via fuckyeahbarbarastanwyck)

     
  11. Rare 5 minute clips of interview with Missy in the last year of her life. :( [1989]

    Super rare, check it out, probably wont be taken down but just in case…

    The Queen talks to Alan Greenberg about the loss of the one of her sisters and numerous directors she worked with including Frank Capra. 

     
     

  12. STANWYCK:

    1. According to IMDB Stany lost a kidney in 1971 -
    2. Anyone know the story behind that?
     
  13. wehadfacesthen:

    Joan Crawford, 1930s

    (Source: sourvix, via avintagehoarder)

     
  14. foreveroldhollywood:

    Judy Garland ~ 1940’s

     
  15. loving-lucy:

    Twenty year old Lucille Ball in 1931.

    I cured myself of shyness when it finally occurred to me that people didn’t think about me half as much as I gave them credit for. The truth was, nobody gave a damn. Like most teenagers, I was far too self-centered. When I stopped being prisoner to what I worried was others’ opinions of me, I became more confident and free.

    (via melinaleigh03)