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Blue Jeans, White Shirt Walked into the room & you made my eyes burn It was like James Dean, for sure.

James Dean.. Only made three movies, Rebel without a cause, East of Eden and Giant, died age 24. Yet, hes still remembered for his excellent acting ability..

James Dean 8th February 1931- 30th September 1955

James Dean.... there are too many good ones, I can't resist... especially with the glasses...

James Dean-most people think that his car accident was alchohol related. If you actually read the coroner's report, the cause was an embelism in his brain. The way I understood it was , he essentially had a clot in his body his whole life, it worked into his brain and he lost control of his car when it happened. Not a rebel without a cause. Just a rebel with health problems.

James Dean. Class, style, presentation, look, attitude; this fellow had it all. A man of great time.

Blue jeans, white shirt... Walked into the room you know you made my eyes burn. It was like, James Dean, for sure. You're so fresh to death & sick as cancer. You were sorta punk rock, I grew up on hip hop. But you fit me better than my favourite sweater and I know. That love is mean, and love hurts. But I still remember that day we met in December.

James Dean. My earliest obsession. I love all of his movies. Now I want to watch "Giant" or "East of Eden" now.

James Dean. (1931 – 1955) was an American film actor. He is a cultural icon, best embodied in the title of his most celebrated film, Rebel Without a Cause (1955). His life stopped by the edge of a premature death in a car crash that cemented his legendary status!

James Dean is reading The Complete Poetical Works of James Whitcomb Riley (America's premier poet of the sentimental)