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Carole Lombard masquerades as a European 'Princess" who is really Wanda Nash of Brooklyn. Lombard & MacMurray star in this comedy / murder mystery.
Carole Lombard and Fred MacMurray in The Princess Comes Across directed by William K. Howard, 1936
Fred MacMurray and Carole Lombard (photo credit: Eugene Robert Richee)
Carole Lombard & Fred MacMurray, 1936 (Photo by Eugene Robert Richee)
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Fred McMurray and Carole Lombard in The Princess Comes Across
Carole Lombard and Fred McMurray in The Princess Comes Across
Fred MacMurray and Carole Lombard
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Carole Lombard and Fred MacMurray in True Confession, 1937.
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True Confession 1937 She played a compulsive liar who wrongly confesses to murder. Lombard loved the script and was excited about the project, which reunited her with John Barrymore and was her final appearance with MacMurray.
Fred MacMurray and Carole Lombard
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Carole LOMBARD the confession
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Fred McMurray & Carole Lombard
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Most who remember Fred MacMurray think of him when he was in "dad mode"...or "absent-minded professor mode". But dial back to about 1935...and he was stunningly handsome. Here, with one of his most frequent co-stars, the beautiful Carole Lombard.
Fred McMurray and Carole Lombard making "True Confessions" 1937 Lake Arrowhead
Fred McMurray & Carole Lombard 'True Confession', 1937
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Fred MacMurray & Carole Lombard.
Carole Lombard 1928
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Lombard made her film debut at the age of twelve after she was seen playing baseball in the street by director Allan Dwan; he cast her as a tomboy in A Perfect Crime (1921). In the 1920s, she worked in several low-budget productions credited as Jane Peters, and later as Carol Lombard.
carole lombard 1920s (what i love is the decidedly modern feeling mega lashes!! in 1920!!)
Bobbins and Bombshells: Style Icon: Carole Lombard
Carole Lombard wearing a fabulous Cloche hat ;)
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Carole Lombard - 1928 - @Mlle The cloche hat
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Carole Lombard & William Powell were married 1931–1933. Though divorced they remained on good terms.
Carole Lombard, the tragic love of Clark Gable with William Powell, who lost his love, Jean Harlow, are together here from a shot most likely taken on the set of the delightful comedy "My Man Godfrey"
In October 1930, Carole Lombard met William Powell. Unlike many of Lombard's other suitors at the time, Powell was urbane and sophisticated. He also appreciated her blunt personality and bawdy sense of humor. They married on June 26, 1931. Lombard commented to fan magazines that she did not believe their sixteen-year age difference would present a problem, but friends felt they were ill-suited. They divorced in 1933, but remained good friends.
Carole Lombard's prior husband William Powell (married 1931 & divorced 1933);
Love this pic of William Powell and Carole Lombard after they were married
Carole Lombard and William Powell. Gorgeous couple in 1930's Hollywood
Carole Lombard and William Powell. Married for a brief time.
Carole Lombard and William Powell in 1930's Hollywood
Carole Lombard - How Clark Gable grieved when Carole (his wife) crashed in a plane returning to California!
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Carole Lombard - How Clark Gable grieved when Carole (his wife) died in a plane crash returning to California. So tragic!
Carole Lombard - How Clark Gable grieved when Carole (his wife) crashed in a plane returning to California!--Bellos ojos, mas bellos si ven bien. Controlate cada año. Lee en nuestro blogspot "Descansar frente a la PC " y otros-----
Carole Lombard (October 6th 1908 - January 16th 1942). Listed as one of the American Film Institute's greatest stars of all time, Lombard was the highest-paid star in Hollywood in the late 1930'.s. A platinum blonde with haunting, crystal-blue eyes, she was one of the most classically beautiful actresses to ever grace the silver screen. She was tragically killed in a plane crash in 1942, at the age of just 34. She was married to Clark Gable at the time.
Carole Lombard (October 6, 1908 – January 16, 1942) Noted for her roles in the screwball comedies of the 1930s. She is listed as one of the American Film Institute's greatest stars of all time and was the highest-paid star in Hollywood in the late 1930s, earning around US$500,000 per year. Married to Clark Gable 1939-1942 and William Powell 1931-1933. Her career was cut short when she died at the age of 33 in an aircraft crash while returning from a World War II War Bond tour.
Carole Lombard photo by Otto Dyar (Clark Gable's wife)
Otto Dyar, Portrait of Carole Lombard, 1930's.
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Carole Lombard - way before her time!
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Raoul De Baere (George Raft): "You wouldn't get rich on what I'd pay you." // Helen Hathaway (Carole Lombard): "There are other ways to get rich." -- from Bolero (1934) directed by Wesley Ruggles
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“Bolero” was a substantial hit for Carole Lombard (and co-star George Raft) in the early months of 1934 — in fact, Carole had no regrets over choosing to star in “Bolero” at Paramount rather than be loaned out to Columbia for a little bus picture. (That “bus picture” eventually became multiple Oscar winner “It Happened One Night.”
That dress! Okay, this is seriously fabulous. via depoisdoluxo & latinamerica & mothgirlwings: George Raft and Carole Lombard in Bolero (1934)
Fort Wayne’s own Carole Lombard, simply stunning in a 1930s silhouette. mothgirlwings: George Raft and Carole Lombard “Bolero”, 1934
Carole Lombard and George Raft in "Rumba" 1935. Costume design by Travis Banton.
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George Raft and Carole Lombard in Rumba, 1935 (costume by Travis Banton)
George Raft and Carole Lombard in "Bolero", 1934
George Raft and Carol Lombard Bolaro
J.C. Wiatt (Diane Keaton): "I can't have a baby because I have a 12:30 lunch meeting." -- from Baby Boom (1987) directed by Charles Shyer
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J.C. Wiatt (Diane Keaton): "I can't have a baby because I have a 12:30 lunch meeting." -- from Baby Boom (1987)
J.C. Wiatt (Diane Keaton) "I can't have a baby because I have a 12:30 lunch meeting." Baby Boom (1987)
J.C. Wiatt (Diane Keaton): "I can't have a baby because I have a 12:30 lunch meeting." -- from BABY BOOM (1987) directed by Charles Shyer. I found it very entertaining.
J.C. Wyatt (Diane Keaton): "I can't have a baby because I have a 12:30 lunch meeting." -- from Baby Boom (1987) directed by Charles Shyer
J.C. Wiatt (Diane Keaton) "I can't have a baby because I have a 12:30 lunch meeting." (1987)
J.C. Wiatt (Diane Keaton): "I can't have a baby because I have a 12:30 lunch meeting."
Diane Keaton in "Baby Boom" wearing Matsuda, 1987.
Baby Boom (1987) directed by Charles Shyer
Sarah (Meryl Streep): [describing how she became the French Lieutenant's mistress] "He took me to a private sitting room, ordered food. But... he had changed. He was full of smiles and caresses, but... I knew at once that he was insincere. I saw that I had been... an amusement for him. Nothing more. I saw all this within... five minutes of our meeting. Yet I stayed." -- from The French Lieutenant's Woman (1981) directed by Karel Reisz
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Meryl Streep The French Lieutenant's Woman by John Fowles (novel) ~ Karel Reisz & Harold Pinter (film)
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Meryl Streep in The French Lieutenant's Woman (1981). Terrific movie. She starred with Jeremy Irons.
***** Meryl Streep in "The French Lieutenant's Woman," a 1981 film directed by Karel Reisz, adapted by playwright Harold Pinter.
Meryl Streep in "The French Lieutenant's Woman," looked like Merida in Disney's movie Brave
This movie had a deep impact on me. Meryl Streep, The French Lieutenant’s Woman (1981)
Loved that movie! Meryl Streep in The French Lieutenant's Woman (1981)
Meryl Streep (The French Lieutenant's Woman). Gorgeous muted greens.
Jerry Travers (Fred Astaire) to Dale Tremont (Ginger Rogers): "When a clumsy cloud from here meets a fluffy little cloud from there, he billows towards her. She scurries away and he scuds right up to her. She cries a little and there you have you showers. He comforts her. They spark. That's the lightning. They kiss. Thunder." -- from Top Hat (1935) directed by Mark Sandrich
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Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers in Top Hat. These guys - in my opinion - are two of the most talented people to ever live.
Jerry Travers (Fred Astaire) to Dale Tremont (Ginger Rogers): Top Hat (1935) directed by Mark Sandrich
8th Academy Awards - March 5, 1936. Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture - "Top Hat", directed by Mark Sandrich (1900-1945). Pictured : Ginger Rogers (1911-1995) and Fred Astaire (1899-1987)
Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire in Top Hat. "How could I have ever fallen in love with a man like you!"
Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers... The best singing, dancing, and acting duo.
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Navin R. Johnson (Steve Martin): "Huh? I am *not* a bum. I'm a jerk. I once had wealth, power, and the love of a beautiful woman. Now I only have two things: my friends, and... uh... my thermos." -- from The Jerk (1979) directed by Carl Reiner
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Navin R. Johnson (Steve Martin): "Huh? I am *not* a bum. I'm a jerk. I once had wealth, power, and the love of a beautiful woman. Now I only have two things: my friends, and... uh... my thermos." -- from The Jerk (1979) directed by Carl Reiner Brilliant movie, actor/man.
Navin R. Johnson (Steve Martin) in The Jerk (1979) directed by Carl Reiner. "And that's all I need..."
"I was born a small black child in Mississippi" Steve Martin is 'The Jerk' (1979) directed by Carl Reiner
Navin R. Johnson (Steve Martin): "Huh?The Jerk (1979) directed by Carl Reiner "....and this lamp. And that's ALL I need!"
And this lamp. And that's all I need. The Jerk (My mom loves this movie)
'The Jerk' Steve Martin 1979 Haha I reenact this scene all the time!
Been revisiting my obsession with all things Steve Martin lately.
The Jerk, Steve Martin. "And this lamp. And that's all I need."
I don't need my dog... The Jerk
Andrew (Roddy McDowell): [who's been painting her toenails] "... I've finished, madam. Would you like me to put your jewelry back on you?" // Joanna Stayton (Goldie Hawn): "No, I'm still tacky." --from Overboard (1987) directed by Garry Marshall
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Goldie hawn was a famous actress, producer, director and occasional singer. Her hair, makeup, and fashion sense can inspire our costume and beauty choices.
Goldie Hawn in Overboard.one of my favorite movies. met her when she filmed 1st wives club where i worked. thrill!!!!
Goldie Hawn in overboard (1987). so much to laugh at in this film of a spoilt woman who loses her memory, then has an interesting time in her new life.
Overboard, starring Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell, one of my favorite movies!
Goldie Hawn - overboard (1987) such a funny film... I love Goldie!
Overboard (1987) love Goldie Hawn and especially this film
Goldie Hawn in Overboard one of my all time fave movies
GoldieHawn in Overboard<3 <3 <3
Hobson (John Gielgud) to Linda Morolla (Liza Minnelli): "Yes, I see no reason for prolonging this conversation unless you're planning to knock over a fruit stand later in the evening. Good luck in prison." -- from Arthur (1981) directed by Steve Gordon