YO TE LLAMO...

~ Monday, April 7 ~
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hatfullofwhy:

For Lent I’m just giving up in general 


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legalmexican:

what a beautiful day to stay indoors


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always makes me cry

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~ Saturday, April 5 ~
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Anjelica Huston and Jack Nicholson, 1985.

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I worked with Paul Newman on the movie Twilight (1998).  When Joanne Woodward came on set, he put his arm around my shoulder and said to me, “Will you look at the ass on her?”  That really struck me as an ideal relationship.  I love the idea that a guy approaching 80 still loved his wife’s ass.  — Liev Schreiber for Elle

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livviedehavilland:

Happy Birthday
↳ Spencer Tracy (April 5, 1900 – June 10, 1967)

Melvyn Douglas
(April 5, 1901 – August 4, 1981)
Bette Davis (April 5, 1908 – October 6, 1989)
Gregory Peck (April 5, 1916 – June 12, 2003) 

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motherdirectress:

January 30, 1945: Actress Ida Lupino enjoys a big hug and kiss from Groucho Marx backstage of the CBS Vine Street Theater in Hollywood where they performed on the ‘March of Dimes’ program.

motherdirectress:

January 30, 1945: Actress Ida Lupino enjoys a big hug and kiss from Groucho Marx backstage of the CBS Vine Street Theater in Hollywood where they performed on the ‘March of Dimes’ program.


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Marilyn by Milton Greene in Bus Stop in 1956.

Marilyn by Milton Greene in Bus Stop in 1956.


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wehadfacesthen:

Remembering  Bette Davis  on her birthday (5 April 1908 - 6 October 1989)
In 1983, Davis told Johnny Carson during a Tonight Show appearance that she wanted to be remembered as “a good worker.”
I think she’ll be remembered for more than that.

wehadfacesthen:

Remembering  Bette Davis  on her birthday (5 April 1908 - 6 October 1989)

In 1983, Davis told Johnny Carson during a Tonight Show appearance that she wanted to be remembered as “a good worker.”

I think she’ll be remembered for more than that.


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officialfrenchtoast:

when someone gives me a compliment 

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