Christie

"Para Adelante" - Blanca Rosa Zevallos

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Carole Lombard Roles

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samweed:

Bobby Darin sings with the Supremes in 1967

He’s no Sinatra but Bobby had impeccable rhythm.  

samweed:

Bobby Darin sings with the Supremes in 1967

He’s no Sinatra but Bobby had impeccable rhythm.  

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iamnatasiaverdoux:

Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin in Limelight (1952)
*How I love this priceless scene

To have Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin in the same movie. Their only movie. <3 Makes me so happy.

iamnatasiaverdoux:

Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin in Limelight (1952)

*How I love this priceless scene

To have Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin in the same movie. Their only movie. <3 Makes me so happy.

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brandomarlons:

Guys and Dolls (1955)

gatabella:

“It started with a phone call from Frank saying he’d rented a house on Lake Tahoe and why didn’t I come by. A few nights later, when we had both drunk too much, Frank made an offhand remark that hurt me so deeply that I decided to go back to Los Angeles.The telephone rang; it was Hank Sanicola saying, ‘Oh my God, Ava. Hurry back! Frank’s taken an overdose!’ I have been exasperated with Francis Albert Sinatra many times, but never more so than on the morning when I rushed back to his bedside back at Lake Tahoe. I ran into his bedroom and looked down at him and he turned his sad blue eyes to look at me. ‘I thought you’d gone,’ he said weakly. He’d had a fine rest, doctors watching over him, feeling his pulse, and they didn’t even have to pump his stomach; he hadn’t taken enough phenobarbitol for that. Everybody had been up all night except Frank. I could have killed him. Instead I forgave him in about 25 seconds.”- Ava Gardner, autobiography

gatabella:

“It started with a phone call from Frank saying he’d rented a house on Lake Tahoe and why didn’t I come by. A few nights later, when we had both drunk too much, Frank made an offhand remark that hurt me so deeply that I decided to go back to Los Angeles.

The telephone rang; it was Hank Sanicola saying, ‘Oh my God, Ava. Hurry back! Frank’s taken an overdose!’ I have been exasperated with Francis Albert Sinatra many times, but never more so than on the morning when I rushed back to his bedside back at Lake Tahoe. I ran into his bedroom and looked down at him and he turned his sad blue eyes to look at me. ‘I thought you’d gone,’ he said weakly. He’d had a fine rest, doctors watching over him, feeling his pulse, and they didn’t even have to pump his stomach; he hadn’t taken enough phenobarbitol for that. Everybody had been up all night except Frank. I could have killed him. Instead I forgave him in about 25 seconds.”

- Ava Gardner, autobiography


10 June, 1922 - 22 June, 1969
"The rest of us will be forgotten, never Judy" ~ Frank Sinatra

ohrobbybaby:

Anchors Aweigh (1945)

The first picture of Sinatra that I ever saw and I haven’t been able to take my eyes off since. Those Ol’ Blue Eyes.