ohrobbybaby:

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in “The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle” (1939)

templeofloki:

What is with the look on his face he’s like “Somewhere in the world, somebody is misquoting Shakespeare. I can sense it.”

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Track: The Naked Mole Rap
Artist: Ron Stoppable and Rufus
Album: Kim Possible
Plays: 8,835

what-is-quintessence:

I’m not even embarrassed to admit that I know all of the words to this

barbarastanwyck:

Holiday (1938)

"Look under your boot. Would you just look?"

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cinemove:

East of Eden (1955) dir. Elia Kazan

…it’s awful not to be loved. It’s the worst thing in the world. Don’t ask me how I know that. I just know it. It makes you mean and violent and cruel. And that’s the way Cal has always felt, all his life. I know you didn’t mean it to be that way, but it’s true. You never gave him your love. You never asked him for his. You never asked him for one thing.

katharinehepburn:

The dress that Katharine Hepburn wears in The Glass Menagerie is actually the same one she wore for the 1939 stage version of The Philadelphia Story. Designed by Valentina, Tracy Lord’s wedding dress was an elaborate affair – pink silk organza, chiffon and crepe de chine, a fusion of modern and romantic elements – and personified a contemporary Southern socialite. Hepburn saved the dress in her personal collection, and bought it out of retirement in 1973, adding a corsage and a neckpiece. Because the actress had retained her slim figure, the waist only had to be let out slightly.

sodamnrelatable:

 

When your friends start picking up phrases you use all the time

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feanorr:

plot twist: humanity learns from its history

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