Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward photographed in Orsay, France, circa 1961.

“Unless it’s mad, passionate, extraordinary love, it’s a waste of your time. There are too many mediocre things in life; love shouldn’t be one of them.”

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Marilyn Monroe photographed by Cecil Beaton, 1956.
 Natalie Wood makes a special appearance on the Bob Hope Chevy Show, 1957.

lanallure:

"Going to Bed" by David Wright, circa 1950.

vintagegal:

Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)

Gary Cooper in the 1930s.

Classic Hollywood, The Love of My Life

Natalie Wood in the Magazines (Part 1) - ScreenLand

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ingridsbergman:

i wonder if these old hollywood actors ever looked at their home movies and thought “gee, some 21 year old is gonna gif this at 1am in 80 years”

R.I.P. Mickey Rooney (September 23, 1920 - April 6, 2014)

Marilyn Monroe’s co-star from The Fireball, Mickey Rooney, sadly passed on Sunday at the age of 93. While Mickey was known to make claims about Marilyn (such as him being the one who came up with her name), I feel he should be remembered as the great actor he was and that big, famous smile of his that was known to make others smile back.

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