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I am a 90% classic movie blog, and a 10% whatever I feel like posting blog. If you came here through my Amazon Author profile, or newspaper articles, welcome to my 2nd passion--movies! --If you're here for my J. Edgar and Clyde Tolson photos, I moved them to a new blog: http://www.tumblr.com/blog/hooverandtolson Or, you can check out the 2011/2012 archives. hit counter
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errolflynns:

Olivia de Havilland in “The Adventures of Robin Hood”, 1938

Downton Abbey actress Michelle Dockery arrives at Heathrow Airport after attending the Emmys in Los Angeles.

quentintarantinc:

"People will look at the ashes of Westerburg and say, "Now there’s a school that self-destructed, not because society didn’t care, but because the school was society." Now that’s deep."
Heathers (1988) dir. Michael Lehmann

quentintarantinc:

"People will look at the ashes of Westerburg and say, "Now there’s a school that self-destructed, not because society didn’t care, but because the school was society." Now that’s deep."

Heathers (1988) dir. Michael Lehmann

ohmygarlands:

This expression speaks a thousand words.

ohmygarlands:

This expression speaks a thousand words.

pbsthisdayinhistory:

August 25, 1921: FDR is Diagnosed with Polio
On this day in 1921, Dr. Robert Lovett diagnosed 39-year-old Franklin Roosevelt with infantile paralysis, more commonly known as polio. The diagnosis came a few weeks after a fall into icy waters that left him unable to feel parts of his body and hold his own weight. 
Although there was no cure for polio at the time, FDR participated in rehabilitation classes and swimming exercises to regain his strength before re-entering politics.
Learn about FDR’s recovery process with this preview clip from Ken Burns’s The Roosevelts.
Photo: President Roosevelt in his wheelchair on the porch at Top Cottage in Hyde Park, NY with his dog, Fala, and Ruthie Bie, granddaughter of the cottage’s caretaker. February 1941. Wikimedia Commons.

pbsthisdayinhistory:

August 25, 1921: FDR is Diagnosed with Polio

On this day in 1921, Dr. Robert Lovett diagnosed 39-year-old Franklin Roosevelt with infantile paralysis, more commonly known as polio. The diagnosis came a few weeks after a fall into icy waters that left him unable to feel parts of his body and hold his own weight.

Although there was no cure for polio at the time, FDR participated in rehabilitation classes and swimming exercises to regain his strength before re-entering politics.

Learn about FDR’s recovery process with this preview clip from Ken Burns’s The Roosevelts.

Photo: President Roosevelt in his wheelchair on the porch at Top Cottage in Hyde Park, NY with his dog, Fala, and Ruthie Bie, granddaughter of the cottage’s caretaker. February 1941. Wikimedia Commons.

jeannepompadour:

Bonfire of vanities from an altar in Bamberg, Germany. Painted between circa 1465 and circa 1475


Judy Garland arrives for the premiere of her new film, I Could Go On Singing, with her English co-star, Dirk Bogarde. Photo by Trevor Humphries, March 7th, 1963.
Judy Garland arrives for the premiere of her new film, I Could Go On Singing, with her English co-star, Dirk Bogarde. Photo by Trevor Humphries, March 7th, 1963.
jeannepompadour:

"L’Opera" by Nicolas Bonnart (1637-1718), 18th century

jeannepompadour:

"L’Opera" by Nicolas Bonnart (1637-1718), 18th century

genekellyfans:

A classical Hollywood star can never have enough hats. (From rosyoutlook888.) http://ift.tt/1pgX0y9

genekellyfans:

A classical Hollywood star can never have enough hats. (From rosyoutlook888.) http://ift.tt/1pgX0y9