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Ava Gardner in Pandora and the Flying Dutchman (Albert Lewin, 1951)
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Ava Gardner in Pandora and the Flying Dutchman (Albert Lewin, 1951)

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Joan Blondell, 1930s. One of my favorites, a tart-tongued wisecracking dame who was always the best friend - to Ginger Rogers, Barbara Stanwyck, Ruby Keeler and all the Warner Bros female stars - and a good sport and supportive companion to all the male stars. She died in 1973 of leukemia but still managed to make 4 movies that year.

Joan Blondell, 1930s. One of my favorites, a tart-tongued wisecracking dame who was always the best friend - to Ginger Rogers, Barbara Stanwyck, Ruby Keeler and all the Warner Bros female stars - and a good sport and supportive companion to all the male stars. She died in 1973 of leukemia but still managed to make 4 movies that year.

runninginheels90 asked:

Thanks:) I really like old movies are there any that you would recommend?

I’m going to answer this one publicly; I hope you don’t mind. I’ve never posted any kind of list before. These aren’t the greatest films but a few of the films that have been important to me:

Vertigo  (Alfred Hitchcock, 1958)

The Maltese Falcon  (John Huston, 1941)

Double Indemnity  (Billy Wilder (1944)

The Red Shoes  (Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger, 1948)

Black Narcissus  (Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger, 1947)

Marie Antoinette  (W.S. Van Dyke, 1938)

Sunset Boulevard  (Billy Wilder, 1950)

All About Eve  (Joseph L. Mankiewicz, 1950)

     In a lighter mood:

Singin’ in the Rain or any of the Fred Astaire- Ginger Rogers films of the 1930s.or Meet Me in St. Louis or even San Francisco, with Clark Gable, Jeanette MacDonald and Spencer Tracy (except that I always cry at the end).

I better stop there. I think I could go on and on. Thanks for asking, and I hope you continue to explore the old classics.

lars134:

Jimmy Stewart, Olivia de Havilland and Bette Davis, 1940

Some serious girl talk, I think. Bette looks on the defensive.

lars134:

Jimmy StewartOlivia de Havilland and Bette Davis, 1940

Some serious girl talk, I think. Bette looks on the defensive.