Marilyn Monroe and Montgomery Clift in The Misfits (1961)
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something in japanese
I have never been more disappointed in my life
Dick Van Dyke, right, looks on as Mary Tyler Moore walks by, Feb. 22, 1962, Los Angeles, Calif.
Credit: AP Photo/Don Brinn
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Buster Keaton’s beautifully framed eyes as he gazes longingly at Marceline Day in 1928’s The Cameraman. While much is justifiably made about his comedic timing and athleticism, the importance of Buster’s incomparable, disarming eyes to his acting cannot possibly be understated.
Marilyn Monroe at the opening of A View From The Bridge, October 12th, 1956.
Janet Gaynor gives a shave to a bed-ridden Charles Farrell in Change Of Heart (1934)
Tina Fey how I love you so. Queen of photobombing.
And the one who is photobombing is the only one making a normal face.
Paul Newman & Joanne Woodward
Paul Newman & Joanne Woodward - 1968 - from Life Magazine.
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"From the bottom of my heart, Mrs. Gummer, I pity you. So perfect. Jersey girl, Yale, perfect starts. Perfect Polock. Perfect everything, English people, Australians, everything like this." Jack Nicholson