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Arthur David Spota Jul 27
American photographer William Eggleston Coupe de Ville, Los Angeles, 1964
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Royal Society of Literature Aug 2
'You think your pain and your heartbreak are unprecedented in the history of the world, but then you read.' ― James Baldwin in 1924
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Judy Cohen Aug 4
Louis Armstrong 🎺🎶 PARIS BLUES – Martin Ritt, 1961 w/ Sidney Poitier & Paul Newman , as Wild Man Moore, makes an exuberant entrance!
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EdwardMO Aug 1
Peter O'Toole took the film world by storm in 1962 as the eponymous hero of David Lean's Oscar-winning epic, Lawrence of Arabia. A man of great wit and intellect, the breadth of his ability, on stage and screen, was matched by the depth of his commitment to his work...
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DepressedBergman Aug 3
"The Incident (1967)" by Larry Peerce must be one of the criminally underseen movies ever. I don't know where I heard about it, but I am glad I did. So many of the films themes fit today's world like a glove in a hand. It was also the first feature of Martin Sheen ().
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EdwardMO Aug 2
Martin Sheen 'All of James Dean's movies had a profound effect on my life, in my work, and all of my generation. He transcended cinema acting.'
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Dr. Buzz aka J. Buzz Von Ornsteiner aka Buzz Jul 27
Singer Bobbie Gentry was , July 27, 1942. Known for her Southern Gothic narrative "Ode to Billie Joe" (1967), 4 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard's Hot 100 chart. In all Gentry charted 11 singles on the Billboard Hot 100. Wishing Gentry the BEST
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cari beauchamp Aug 2
A teenage Myrna Loy 1905 So much ahead of her
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Rose Marie Aug 2
Love Myrna Loy That's all.
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Daniel Marley Jul 29
The French Connection (1971). Dir. William Friedkin Jerry Greenberg, Editor (1936-2017)
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DepressedBergman 5h
"I completely storyboarded 'The Maltese Falcon (1941)' because I didn't want to lose face with the crew: I wanted to give the impression that I knew what I was doing." ---John Huston ()
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Laura Evans Vogel Aug 2
James Baldwin, “A Talk to Teachers” 1963 . Novelist, essayist, playwright, poet, and social critic James Baldwin was born on this day, August 2, 1924, in Harlem, New York - thank you !!
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Lara Gabrielle Aug 2
Myrna Loy was 115 years ago. If she were around today, she would surely be engaged in the political activism she deemed so important—she was co-chair of the National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing and a tireless advocate for civil rights. I so look up to her.
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Beetlebum Aug 2
Peter O’Toole 🤴🏼🎭🙌🏼🎂🎉 One of the GOATs of actors!!!🎭🙏🏼
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CeeJay betting Tips Aug 4
8pm kickoff tonight for the Trying for a change
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David Alkhed Aug 4
Actress, writer, director, queen and proof that God is a woman Happy birthday the brilliant Greta Gerwig
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Юлиян Динев Aug 4
in 1981,Meghan Markle,Duchess of Sussex!
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Style minds Aug 4
"If you have to ask what jazz is, you'll never know." Louis Armstrong
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Dam Popo Aug 4
✏️Over 2,5 goals 📈1,80 📚B365 💶7U
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Posteritati Aug 4
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