Veronica Lake and Alan Ladd in The Glass Key.
Ed Beaumont: “You’re built well. Got a pretty face. Nice manners. But, I wouldn’t trust you outside of this room. You’re slumming, and I don’t go for slummers. You think you’re too good for me. Well, sister, it so happens I think I’m too good for you.”
One of the things I love most about classic films is the script writing and dialogue. So well thought out and they had to know how to be able to say suggestive or fucked up shit In A classy way that could slip by the hays code.
And this line is a prime example; fabulously written and brilliantly delivered.
“Hollywood my Hometown” on my favorite channel, tcm.
A series of home movies by ken Murray, that he took over a period of 35 years from about 1929 to 1964 of his life in Hollywood, candid videos of actors like Clark gable (the earliest known footage of him!), Cary grant, jean Harlow fucking golfing, gene tierney, frank Sinatra, jimmy Stewart, jane mansfield at home with her 3 kids at the time (before mariska was born) Bette Davis I mean, the list goes on.
Seriously, the coolest thing ever!!
god. look at her. LOOK AT HER.
i know many will disagree, because theyre so busy licking marilyn’s ass crack.
i like marilyn monroe a lot, and she is very beautiful, sexy, smart… alldat.
but in my humblest of opinions, out of all of the golden age actresses, to me, rita hayworth is the most beautiful!
love this photo. she was so beautiful.
paul newman was a sight for sore eyes as well.
I really want to know how many Old Hollywood fans there are on Tumblr. I usually don’t post or reblog these kinds of posts, but I’m honestly just curious and want people who love Old Hollywood (and only those who LOVE it) to reblog.
Definitely ME. I’m OBSESSED.