likeitsnineteenfortynine:

I’m sorry, everybody. I know I’m OTP spamming like mad… but the feels are just too much today, what with the news of this television programme, and all! 

likeitsnineteenfortynine:

I’m sorry, everybody. I know I’m OTP spamming like mad… but the feels are just too much today, what with the news of this television programme, and all! 

lapitiedangereuse:

Barbara Stanwyck

lapitiedangereuse:

Barbara Stanwyck

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vivelareine:


A promotional photo of Anita Louise as the princesse de Lamballe in Marie Antoinette (1938)
[source: Live Auctioneers]

vivelareine:

A promotional photo of Anita Louise as the princesse de Lamballe in Marie Antoinette (1938)

[source: Live Auctioneers]

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During World War II, Dietrich became somewhat of a symbol of free Germany. She made anti-Nazi broadcasts in German, took part in many war-bond drives and, in three years, entertained half a million Allied troops and war prisoners across North Africa and Western Europe. Tirelessly and good-humoredly, she roughed it with the G.I.’s, standing patiently in food lines, washing with snow and sleeping in dugouts and ruins, often near the front lines.

During World War II, Dietrich became somewhat of a symbol of free Germany. She made anti-Nazi broadcasts in German, took part in many war-bond drives and, in three years, entertained half a million Allied troops and war prisoners across North Africa and Western Europe. Tirelessly and good-humoredly, she roughed it with the G.I.’s, standing patiently in food lines, washing with snow and sleeping in dugouts and ruins, often near the front lines.

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2 week vacation from work… And I spend it at home, being lazy

bidonica:

Italian silent film diva - Maria Jacobini in Come le foglie, 1916

bidonica:

Italian silent film diva - Maria Jacobini in Come le foglie, 1916

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Marlene Dietriech, Blue Angel 1930

Marlene Dietriech, Blue Angel 1930

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Mary Pickford by Harris & Ewing

Mary Pickford by Harris & Ewing

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Louise Brookes and a portable phonograph 

Louise Brookes and a portable phonograph 

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Let’s get drunk at midnight, listen to our favorite songs and kiss so much that our lips burn — (via partsoflove)

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