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Pattie Boyd photographed by Larry Ellis, 1964.
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greypoppies:

London girls wearing pedal pushers, ca. late 1950s.

greypoppies:

London girls wearing pedal pushers, ca. late 1950s.

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"Shall we just have a cigarette on it?"
Now, Voyager (1942)

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thebeatlesordie:

Some of Ringo Starr’s historical tweets. 

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pettyswildflower:

Martin & Lewis (July 25th 1946 - ∞)

People love to know that love prevails.
They went their separate ways, and they didn’t see one another;
then they got back, and when they kissed and hugged that last moment —
it was worth all of it.

- Jerry Lewis (Dean and Me: A Love Story)

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The best of Elaine and Jerry.

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Marilyn Monroe as Clara Bow, photographed by Richard Avedon, 1958

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"you still think you’re the belle of the county, the cutest trick in shoe leather. that every man is in love with you”- Rhett Butler 

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Marlon Brando photographed by Lisa Larsen, 1948

Marlon Brando photographed by Lisa Larsen, 1948

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ohrobbybaby:

”[…] Fred Astaire is all about sex, really - the kind women most dream of. He had a way of seeming as if he were trying to please his partner as much as himself, an intensely ardent and affectionate way of looking at her. He also was forceful and gentle at the same time; he dominated without being domineering about it and the result was unique […]” (x)

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ohrobbybaby:

Don’t just stand there, let’s get to it

Strike a pose, there’s nothing to it

Vogue - Madonna (part 1/2)

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ohrobbybaby:

Ladies with an attitude

Fellows that were in the mood

Vogue - Madonna (part 1/2)

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mccartneymadness:

George Harrison, Cannes, 1976

mccartneymadness:

George Harrison, Cannes, 1976

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foreveroldhollywood:

The American Film Institutes top nine screen romances

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