Posted 5 months ago / 20 notes / Via: greatgdean

thescrewballgirl:

Joan Crawford

thescrewballgirl:

Joan Crawford

Posted 5 months ago / 2,259 notes / Via: greatgdean

Marion Cotillard for Interview Magazine (March 2014)

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Posted 5 months ago / 1,095 notes / Via: wehadfacesthen

Edward Nugent and Josephine Dunn in Our Modern Maidens.

Found another GIF of me and my Precious (@gayer_than_thou).

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Posted 6 months ago / 23 notes / Via: greatgdean

greatgdean:

The Crow

greatgdean:

The Crow

Posted 6 months ago / 432 notes / Via: hollywoodlady

frankie-machine:

Silent screen legends Maurice Chevalier, Ramon Novarro, Lillian Gish, Gloria Swanson, Mary Pickford, and Janet Gaynor at the 1955 George Eastman Award Dinner photographed by fellow silent film legend Harold Lloyd

frankie-machine:

Silent screen legends Maurice Chevalier, Ramon Novarro, Lillian Gish, Gloria Swanson, Mary Pickford, and Janet Gaynor at the 1955 George Eastman Award Dinner photographed by fellow silent film legend Harold Lloyd

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Posted 6 months ago / 19 notes / Via: thefilmcanister

thefilmcanister:

William Powell, Carole Lombard, Gloria Swanson and Michael Farmer.

thefilmcanister:

William Powell, Carole Lombard, Gloria Swanson and Michael Farmer.

Posted 6 months ago / 22 notes / Via: convivial-joy

Barbara Stanwyck and Gloria Swanson

Barbara Stanwyck and Gloria Swanson

Posted 6 months ago / 279 notes / Via: hollywoodlady

hollywoodlady:

Gloria Swanson in Sunset Boulevard, 1950

hollywoodlady:

Gloria Swanson in Sunset Boulevard, 1950

Posted 6 months ago / 135 notes #Gloria Swanson / Via: barbarastanwyck

Gloria Swanson in Sadie Thompson (1928)

Gloria Swanson in Sadie Thompson (1928)

Posted 6 months ago / 1,025 notes / Via: julia-loves-bette-davis


Gloria Swanson on the set of Sunset Blvd. (1950)

Gloria Swanson on the set of Sunset Blvd. (1950)

Posted 6 months ago / 257 notes / Via: guyfarris

guyfarris:

GLORIA SWANSON POSES INSIDE THE DEMOLISHED ROXY MOVIE THEATER IN NEW YORK CITY (1960)

guyfarris:

GLORIA SWANSON POSES INSIDE THE DEMOLISHED ROXY MOVIE THEATER IN NEW YORK CITY (1960)

Posted 6 months ago / 232 notes / Via: tcmparty


"Yes, we did fall in love and I believe that this is evident in the screen chemistry between us."
 - Olivia De Havilland on her relationship with Errol Flynn

"Yes, we did fall in love and I believe that this is evident in the screen chemistry between us."

- Olivia De Havilland on her relationship with Errol Flynn

(Source: miss-jitterbug)


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