("Para Adelante" - Blanca Rosa Zevallos ) Modern Times and City Lights for The Kid at The Circus during The Gold Rush
  • francisalbertsinatra:

    Frank Sinatra on the set of Never So Few, 1959

  • Marilyn Monroe on her friend and fellow actor, Montgomery Clift
    WJ. Weatherby, 1960 (via marilynmonroe-x)

    (via marilynmonroe-x)

  • "People who aren’t fit to open the door for him sneer at his homosexuality. What do they know about it?
    Labels - people love putting labels on each other.
    Then they feel safe.
    People tried to make me into a lesbian. I laughed.
    No sex is wrong if there’s love in it."
  • “I loved acting but I didn’t take it seriously until I worked with Montgomery Clift in A Place in the Sun. I still would drive everybody mad on the set and give them the giggles, be silly and all that. But when I saw Monty preparing, I thought: My God, this isn’t only about just having fun. And I think that’s when I first looked at him and saw how involved he was, his whole being. He could make himself shake and he couldn’t stop after the director said: cut. I thought: I’ve got to find out what it is inside him that moves him so completely emotionally that can get him to that state as George Eastman, not Montgomery Clift. To make the sweat literally come out of his body. To make his eyes actually fill with tears as George Eastman. Watching his intensity I learnt not to let it kill you, but that it wasn’t a game. That you had to feel it in your gut. And I think that’s when I first began to act.”

    (Source: missavagardner)

  • "I don’t want to be labeled as either a pansy or a heterosexual. Labeling is so self-limiting. We are what we do, not what we say we are.”

    Happy Birthday Edward Montgomery Clift (October 17, 1920)

    (Source: moonchild30)

  • "When Elizabeth walked on set of A Place In the Sun wearing the white strapless evening gown, Montgomery Clift whispered in her ear, ‘Your tits are fantastic, Bessie Mae, just fantastic.’ Then he teased her, saying if he weren’t such an old man he’d make her run away with him. It was obvious to everyone that Elizabeth was arousing the bisexual Clift in a way no other woman ever had. She flirted with him and teased him and spent as many hours with him as she could, but there was no sex between them during that time at all. Instead, they laid the foundation for a complicated, intensely close relationship that would develop through letters and telephone calls after the movie was completed and they went their separate ways. It was to last until the day Montgomery Clift died."

    (Source: damelizabeth)

  • Elizabeth Taylor talking about her famous love scene with Montgomery Clift in A Place in the Sun, 1951.

    (Source: beauvelvet)

  • kingotes1:

    Vintage Fine: L-R

    Gregory Peck; The Commander. Paul Newman; The ThinkerMontgomery Clift; The MysteryMarlon Brando; The Don. Sidney Poitier; The Gentleman. James Dean; The Rebel.  

    (Source: kinGotes1)

  • vintagegal:

    A Place in the Sun (1951)

  • Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift in A Place in the Sun (1951)

    (Source: moonchild30)

  • They starred in the movie…

    (Source: jacquesdemys)

  • NEVER SO FEW 1959 

    What a good one. That is hands down my favorite Frank Sinatra role. What a good cast, there’s great visible chemistry and synergy onscreen. I had to cut half way but I’m so happy it’s 2 hours. Next half tomorrow. :D such a good movie!

  • Salma Deera, The Room, The Building, Etc. (via writingwillows)
  • "it’s like this:
    say there’s a whole room of people and you’re somewhere in the middle of them all.
    I walk in and I see you, but you don’t suddenly become the only person in the room. god no. you become the room. you are the room."
  • aflawedfashion:

     I’ve been looking for a word. A big, complicated word, but so sad. I’ve found it now.