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This proud amazing autism dad got a whole sleeve done in dedication to his autism angel!❤️

This proud amazing autism dad got a whole sleeve done in dedication to his autism angel!❤️

Laurence Olivier & Joan Fontaine in Rebecca,  Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Favorite Scene - I'm paraphrasing. Joan Fontain - I do no think she is ever named in the movie- is stumbling around worried that Maxim is still in love with Rebecca - and he says" You little fool. Love her, I hated her.

Laurence Olivier & Joan Fontaine in Rebecca, Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Favorite Scene - I'm paraphrasing. Joan Fontain - I do no think she is ever named in the movie- is stumbling around worried that Maxim is still in love with Rebecca - and he says" You little fool. Love her, I hated her.

♥ I used to have a great Leo collage i made...kind of wish I never through it out!

♥ I used to have a great Leo collage i made...kind of wish I never through it out!

Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney. She was so beautiful -- Huge eyes, full lips, and everything about her. Yeah, Hollywood studios, I completely understand why you thought she wasn't attractive enough. Tragic. And let's not even start on how her talent alone should have sufficed anyway.

Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney. She was so beautiful -- Huge eyes, full lips, and everything about her. Yeah, Hollywood studios, I completely understand why you thought she wasn't attractive enough. Tragic. And let's not even start on how her talent alone should have sufficed anyway.

Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall; publicity still for Delmer Daves’ Dark Passage (1947)

Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall; publicity still for Delmer Daves’ Dark Passage (1947)

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