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DepressedBergman Sep 17
"Men still come up to me and tell me, 'You were my first sexual fantasy.'" Anne Bancroft () on The Graduate (1967)
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ComicsintheGoldenAge 3h
Adam West, in 1928, actor & my first Batman. And to this day, with all respect to others who played the role, absolutely the best Bruce Wayne. Don’t @ me.
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DepressedBergman Sep 13
"For the first six months, I didn't write a line of the script. I just did research." Director Bong Joon-ho () about his movie "Memories of Murder (2003)"
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Samuel J. May 23h
Remembering the great James Gandolfini ~ Killing Them Softly (2012)
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Mary Pickford Aug 18
Mary remembering her beloved brother Jack 1896.
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DepressedBergman Sep 15
"Responsibility has a cost, and there's no such thing as a perfection. So the argument of Ivan being a good guy or bad guy, in the same way, he's not perfect, well fucking welcome to the human race." Tom Hardy () about his role in Steven Knight's Locke (2013)
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The Daily Sep 16
“Anyone can learn the technique. But the special touch at the camera has to come from within yourself.” Raoul Coutard, in 1924:
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DepressedBergman Sep 16
The actors falling off the truck in Z (1969) by Costa-Gavras had to do their own stunts as the low budget would not allow for a stuntman, which was captured brilliantly by legendary cinematographer Raoul Coutard ().
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DepressedBergman Sep 17
Greta Garbo "Garbo laughs!" was the tagline for Ninotchka (1939) by Billy Wilder. The film was built around that slogan and it evolved even before the screenplay was written. (Source- IMDb)
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ComicsintheGoldenAge 23h
Joe Kubert, in 1926, artist, writer, editor, & teacher.
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Samuel J. May 19h
Remembering legendary DoP. Jack Cardiff ~ Black Narcissus (1947)
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Donna Hill 16h
to the divine a star. I love, almost more than her films, the intimate portraits by her essence is palpable, her heart and mind are shared freely with her friend behind the camera.
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Screen Dreams 7h
“Life would be so wonderful if we only knew what to do with it” Happy birthday to Greta Garbo in 1905
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Idalia 16h
Greta when she took her final oath and became a naturalized US citizen, 1951.
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The Tinseltown Twins 16h
Born on this date: One of the biggest stars of classic cinema, Swedish film star, Greta Garbo (September 18, 1905-April 15, 1990). Here in ANNA CHRISTIE (1930).
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Dominique Revue 17h
"Being a movie star, & this applies to all of them, means being looked at from every possible direction. You are never left at peace, you're just fair game." --Greta Garbo Garbo. Screen test for would be film adapt of THE DUCHESS OF LANGELAIS. 🎥 by Joseph Valentine, 1949
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Thirza Wakefield Sep 17
I adore Anne Bancroft, in 1931. Like many of my favourite actresses—Bette Davis, Margaret Sullavan, Jessica Lange: astonishingly versatile, incurably herself.
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Technicolor Blonde Sep 17
The lovely on what would've been her 116th birthday
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BusterLove Sep 17
A portrait of Eleanor and Buster Keaton, taken at their Woodland Hills home in 1965. 🍀
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BusterLove Sep 17
Actor/photographer took this wonderful portrait of Buster Keaton in 1965. 🍀
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