Gloria Stuart, 1930s.
Loretta Young in “Love is News”, 1937
"Simpatico… exotico… nourotico, your my narcotico."
Ask me how much I feel. I’ll say “alotico.”
Ha! That’s either means we are really pathetic or really great. Fine line.
This was Judy Garland’s and, director of Easter Parade, Charles Walters’ idea that for once a lady that was up all night and distraught wouldn’t wake up looking like perfection with no sleep and no make up.The MGM executives saw the rushes with Judy wearing very little makeup and were appalled at the sight of an MGM star au natural. But since the scene played so well and Peter Lawford joked about her ‘looking horrible’ they decided not too reshoot it.
i could probably watch Esther Williams on What’s My Line ever day for the next two months and never get tired of it
Also I just want to be best friends with her but that’s fine
i’ve gotten a lot of new followers recently; just sayin hi 2 u all!!!! <3
Sneak peak of what I’ve been doing since 5am! Guillermo del Toro and Mia Wasikowska behind the scenes of Crimson Peak (2015), filming in Kingston, Ontario (photos taken by me on April 14, 2014).