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Agata, 1987, Poland

Mostly classic movies (both silent and talkies). I also live a classic men appreciation life (with Ronald Colman and Vincent Price at the helm).

gingerrogerss:

Douglas Fairbanks Jr. wearing a tyrolean jacket at his home in Santa Monica, California, 1938

Posted 1 dzień temu on Lip. 11th with 22 notki
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Tagged: #Douglas Fairbanks Jr. #hey there

ronaldcolmans:

Greer Garson and Ronald Colman rehearsing a scene from Random Harvest, 1942

Posted 1 dzień temu on Lip. 10th with 63 notki
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Tagged: #again cause FEELS #another film date of awesome

lars134:

Gary Cooper, 1928

Posted 2 dni temu on Lip. 09th with 82 notki
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Tagged: #Gary Cooper #A+ style

matineemoustache:

Dongles’ stupid face on ebay
because reasons

Posted 3 dni temu on Lip. 08th with 36 notek
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Tagged: #Douglas Fairbanks Jr. #amazing #the middle one tho

matineemoustache:

Ronald Colman in The Light that Failed (1939)

Posted 4 dni temu on Lip. 07th with 21 notek
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Tagged: #ronald colman #The Light that Failed #ugh emmmmm

Vincent Price, c. 1940s

Posted 5 dni temu on Lip. 07th with 56 notek
Tagged: #vincent price #how do you perfect
Posted 5 dni temu on Lip. 06th with 36 notek
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Tagged: #ronald colman #Arrowsmith #hotttt #this movie tho

gingerrogerss:

Myrna Loy and William Powell in a promotional photo for the film After the Thin Man (1936)

Posted 1 tydzień temu on Lip. 04th with 263 notki
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Tagged: #Myrna Loy #william powell #After the Thin Man

bridiequilty:

"If they meant, by ‘lady,’ the sort of feminine creature who refrains from smacking people on their kissers, I wouldn’t have an objection in the world. But the Greer Garson Lady is something just too-too, with a halo of nobility. She’s all wrapped up in cellophane. Her petticoats rustle when she moves and her little finger curves off from her teacup. A stuffy piece of bric-a-brac—out of this world. I’d like to take her by the scruff of her neck and drop her neatly into the Pacific Ocean!” - Greer Garson, 1942