Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier after arriving in New York from Los Angeles, on their way to London, 1953. Vivien had suffered a nervous breakdown on the set of ELEPHANT WALK (1954) and had to be replaced by Elizabeth Taylor.

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Vivien Leigh on set of FIRE OVER ENGLAND (1937).

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Vivien Leigh in costume for DUEL OF ANGELS, 1958.

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ourmarilynmonroe:

I’m having a clear out and thought I may as well have a giveaway!

Marilyn Monroe Giveaway:

- Ballerina sitting poster (will be sent desperately)

- 100 Marilyn Monroe collectors cards

- 5 postcards

- Images of Marilyn Monroe book

- Milton’s Marilyn book

How to enter:

- You must be a follower

- Reblog this post, likes don’t count


I’ll pick a winner on Sunday 14th September at 7pm (GMT) and will message them for their address.

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Vivien Leigh and Ingrid Bergman, 1957.

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Reblog if your icon is pure perfection.

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yocalio:

No star before Grace had ever posed with her hair wet as she rose from the water. No star had ever been seen wearing her glasses. No star had ever been photographed without makeup, wearing an oversized shirt that did nothing to show off her figure. No star would have been shown munching an orange or lounging with a pillow.

You trusted Grace’s beauty.” - Photographer, Howell Conant

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justlittleclassicfilmthings:

I love watching Gene Kelly movies in color, black and white would take away all the magic.

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Favorite Films: Waterloo Bridge (1940)

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manythewonders:

Ava

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