HOLLYWOOD DREAMS
chaplinfortheages:

 

 Charlie Chaplin and the famous Max Linder shake hands on the set of The Adventurer in 1917.

chaplinfortheages:

 

 Charlie Chaplin and the famous Max Linder shake hands on the set of The Adventurer in 1917.

(Fonte: sydandchas)


Cary Grant and wife Betsy Drake, c. 1950s.
Cary Grant and wife Betsy Drake, c. 1950s.

(Fonte: archiesleach)

tarrywithcary:

Cary singing to a dog, 1930s.

tarrywithcary:

Cary singing to a dog, 1930s.

(Fonte: archieleached)

sala66:

Joan Crawford, 1932

sala66:

Joan Crawford, 1932

(Fonte: slimbrowning)



Cary Grant zips around the Paramount Studios lot with a Hollywood starlet on a mini race car, early 1930s.
Cary Grant zips around the Paramount Studios lot with a Hollywood starlet on a mini race car, early 1930s.

(Fonte: mattybing1025)



Cary Grant photographed by Leo Fuchs on the set of Father Goose, 1964.

Cary Grant photographed by Leo Fuchs on the set of Father Goose, 1964.

(Fonte: mattybing1025)

viviensleigh:

Vivien Leigh photographed by Lazlo Willinger, 1940

viviensleigh:

Vivien Leigh photographed by Lazlo Willinger, 1940

 
voxsart:

Mr. Gable.
1946.

voxsart:

Mr. Gable.

1946.

voxsart:

Make Mine Double Breasted Flannel.
Oh, and the American polo collar shirt.

voxsart:

Make Mine Double Breasted Flannel.

Oh, and the American polo collar shirt.

 
 
 

 

(Fonte: hal-fata)


James Byron Dean(February 8, 1931 – September 30, 1955)
"He didn’t show you very much. He’d challenge you to find him. Then when you’d found him, he’d still make you guess. It was an endless game with him. The thing people missed about Jimmy was his mischievousness. He was the most constantly mischievous person I think I’ve ever met. Full of tricks, full of magic, full of outrageousness."— Stuart Stern

James Byron Dean
(February 8, 1931 – September 30, 1955)

"He didn’t show you very much. He’d challenge you to find him. Then when you’d found him, he’d still make you guess. It was an endless game with him. The thing people missed about Jimmy was his mischievousness. He was the most constantly mischievous person I think I’ve ever met. Full of tricks, full of magic, full of outrageousness."
— Stuart Stern

(Fonte: thelittlefreakazoidthatcould)