katie-kapulet:

dreamerofdisney:

disney-lostgirl:

BUT ACTUALLY I JUST DIED

This should be on every dash. It’s so perfect. 

i’m crying what the fuck

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so i wanted to start a revolution

sorry-so-sorry:

so obviously i went on omegle looking for potential revolutionaries

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ok let me try again 

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what

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that’s not exactly what i was looking for but

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um

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dang i thought i was getting somewhere

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yES I HAVE FOUND SOMEONE TO JOIN IN MY CRUSADE

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thefilmlibrarian:

Anne Frank~Donated by Dallas

thefilmlibrarian:

Anne Frank~Donated by Dallas

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250 Films in 2013 - 15/50 new (to me)  
Lucy Muir: It’s no crime to be alive! Captain Gregg: No, my dear, sometimes it’s a great inconvenience. The living can be hurt. 
The Ghost and Mrs Muir (1947)

250 Films in 2013 - 15/50 new (to me)

Lucy Muir: It’s no crime to be alive!
Captain Gregg: No, my dear, sometimes it’s a great inconvenience. The living can be hurt.

The Ghost and Mrs Muir (1947)

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New York City, 1950s

New York City, 1950s

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Stills of Monkey Business

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I rarely analyse photographs of Marilyn but this photograph is so significant. At the Actor’s Studio benefit at Roseland Dance Hall in March 1961, Marilyn is appearing at an event that she believes in but she is still out of place. The world is a blur and everything is happening around her, never truly for her. 
“It’s terrible to be lonesome especially in the middle of a crowd.”

I rarely analyse photographs of Marilyn but this photograph is so significant. At the Actor’s Studio benefit at Roseland Dance Hall in March 1961, Marilyn is appearing at an event that she believes in but she is still out of place. The world is a blur and everything is happening around her, never truly for her.

“It’s terrible to be lonesome especially in the middle of a crowd.”

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lesliehowards:

Funny Face (1957), the Basal Metabolism routine.

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whycantitbelikeoldtimes:

tracylord:

In your Easter bonnet, with all the frills upon it, 
You’ll be the grandest lady in the Easter parade. 
I’ll be all in clover and when they look you over, 
I’ll be the proudest fellow in the Easter parade. 
On the avenue, fifth avenue, the photographers will snap us, 
And you’ll find that you’re in the rotogravure. 
Oh, I could write a sonnet about your Easter bonnet, 
And of the girl I’m taking to the Easter parade.

Easter Parade (1948)

HAPPY EASTER TO ALL! 

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racialicious:

collectivehistory:

Floyd Norman, the first black artist at Disney, animating on Sleeping Beauty, 1958

History for your Monday.

racialicious:

collectivehistory:

Floyd Norman, the first black artist at Disney, animating on Sleeping Beauty, 1958

History for your Monday.

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vintagegal:

The Wizard of Oz (1939)

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