Cinematic men of the 1920’s and their beautiful attire.

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Katharine Hepburn on stage in The Philadelphia Story

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The African Queen (1951)

I’ll never forget that close-up of him after he kisses Rosie, then goes around in back of the tank and considers what has happened. His expression—the wonder of it all—life. (The Making of The African Queen, or: How I went to Africa with Bogart, Bacall and Huston and almost lost my mind)

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From my rotting body,
flowers shall grow
and I am in them
and that is eternity.
-Edvard Munch

-Actors and actresses who passed away at a young age (45 and younger)

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Harold Lloyd in Safety Last! (1923)

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Marilyn Monroe’s passport photo, 1954.

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Press conference at the International Hotel, Las Vegas, August 1st, 1969.

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Buster Keaton, 1918

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Katharine Hepburn nearly died in the 1938 Long Island Express Hurricane. 95% of her personal belongings were either lost or destroyed, including her 1932 Oscar, which was later found. 

Looking back, we saw the house slowly turn around, sail off to the northeast and start down the brook which fed the swamp-lagoon. It just sailed away-easy as pie-and soon there was nothing at all left on the spot where the house had stood for over sixty years. Our house-ours for twenty-five years-all our possessions-just gone.

-Katharine Hepburn 

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Frank Sinatra and Marlene Dietrich in Las Vegas, photographed by Bruno Bernard, mid-1950s

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