Maureen O’Hara in ‘The Forbidden Street’, 1949.

Maureen O’Hara in ‘The Forbidden Street’, 1949.

“You must be prepared to work always without applause.”
— Ernest Hemingway (via jessicachu)

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      ↳”There aren’t a lot of opportunities for women in this land to show what they can do. To see the world, to be heroes. So when you arrived, that was my chance. I always wanted to be brave. I figured, do the brave thing and bravery would follow.”

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“And so it began… I had a long cord that plugged into the Polaroid which I put on a tripod with the button in my hand… I’d be completely dressed – red lipstick and hair and long white gown in the middle of the night… I’d start moving furniture and lamps around and kept changing the lighting… Lots of times I ran out of film and would send people out to buy more in the middle of the night but the end result was I taught myself about lighting and how to take a great picture. I realized the songs and pictures from that time all fit together and from these I would select the art work for the album. They were of a time. I had stored them all in shoe boxes and they still look great. Many have a golden tone to them which is perfect for the title of the album."

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Kay Francis, William Powell, Carole LombardLadies’ Man 1931

ravinmaven:

Kay Francis, William Powell, Carole Lombard
Ladies’ Man 1931


Rita Hayworth, 1930s

Rita Hayworth, 1930s


Gene Tierney

Gene Tierney

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