Art Gazer. History Duster. Marketing Jester.
Fantastic animated postcard set of a young couple being naughty. Click on the link to see the animation.
What do the kids say? "My dash did a thing." Benedict Cumberbatch and his Hollywood Reporter layout.
Let me wax poetic for a moment about how much I love Vincent Price. Always a joy to watch. Animated gif.
The hair flip perfected by Rita Hayworth. Animated. Click on the link.
Happy Birthday, Barbara Stanwyck! (July 16th, 1907). The spitfire I always wanted to be. Animated.
Whenever I try to discuss Henry David Thoreau with someone and I receive a blank look in return. #readabook
LOVE the Google doodle today for Franz Kafka's 130th birthday! METAMORPHOSIS is a favorite of mine.
Caffeinated Owl Chart. I don't even drink coffee, but most mornings you can clock me in at a half-caf.
Beautiful nod to Christopher Reeve in MAN OF STEEL. Only a frame but he morphs into Henry Cavill. @toddstashwick
The joys of reading trashy romance novels. Silent films tried to warn us. Movies Silently: http://bit.ly/14jK2RZ
Rudolph Valentino and Agnes Ayres being playful on the set of 'The Sheik' 1921. Animated.
Rudolph Valentino and Vilma Banky. 'Son of the Sheik' 1926.
Rudolph Valentino. 'Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse' 1921.
Brace yourselves, the Rudolph Valentino pic spam is coming. Animated image. 'Moran of the Lady Letty'
Other girls wanted to be Ginger Rogers. I wanted to be Rita Hayworth. Why be one thing when you can be everything?
So many great scenes in SINGIN' IN THE RAIN, but this is near the top of my list. The expressions are priceless.
"You should be kissed, and often, and by someone who knows how." Dear lord, yes! GONE WITH THE WIND.
Well, that's uncomfortably erotic. Marlon Brando in A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE.
The very first time I saw Rudolph Valentino. I was seven. It's been a love affair ever since.
Every time I step out on my balcony, this guy makes an appearance. #Shakesbear
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