Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O’hara Hamilton Kennedy Butler in Gone with the Wind, 1939.

gingerastaire:

Ginger Rogers production still from Follow the Fleet (1936)

nevver:

Never quit, Bob Willoughby


Marilyn on the set of ‘There’s No Business Like Show Business’ with Donald O’Connor and vocal coach Ken Darby, 1954.

Marilyn on the set of ‘There’s No Business Like Show Business’ with Donald O’Connor and vocal coach Ken Darby, 1954.

norma-shearer:

Olivia de Havilland publicity portrait for Gone With the Wind (1939)

norma-shearer:

Olivia de Havilland publicity portrait for Gone With the Wind (1939)

brownslair:

Howell Dodd? (1952): Red Headed Wench
'Red Headed Wench'; Tom Stone [AKA Florence Stonebraker].
Rainbow Book #112; 1952 
Cover art: not credited [believed to be by Howell Dodd].
Via: MICKSIDGE

brownslair:

Howell Dodd? (1952): Red Headed Wench

'Red Headed Wench'; Tom Stone [AKA Florence Stonebraker].

Rainbow Book #112; 1952 

Cover art: not credited [believed to be by Howell Dodd].

Via: MICKSIDGE

"As Rhett tells Scarlett in a key early scene, ‘You need kissing badly. That’s what’s wrong with you. You should be kissed, and often, and by someone who knows how.’ For ‘kissed,’ substitute the word you’re thinking of. Dialogue like that reaches something deep and fundamental in most people; it stirs their fantasies about being brought to sexual pleasure despite themselves." -Roger Ebert

vintagegal:

Beetlejuice (1988)

What you are talking about is desire - just brutal desire. The name of that rattle-trap streetcar that bangs through the Quarter, up one old narrow street and down another.

some twd characters + totally accurate/relevant urban dictionary posts (insp.)

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