“We’re all forgotten sooner or later. But not films. That’s all the memorial we should need or hope for.”
– Burt Lancaster
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Hello! Today, on the last day of July, I’m posting the last photo of “stars at beach”. So, to finish, let’s see this beautiful picture of Marilyn Monroe! 😉
[And about you? Are you having a great time in some beach? Tell me!]
Hello, hello! Today I’m here to remember that is always a good idea taking a swim. Give a look in Elizabeth Taylor sharing this great idea! A great week to you all! 🙂
“I restore myself when I’m alone. A career is born in public, talent in private”
– Marilyn Monroe
Wishing to all American people a Happy Fourth of July with this lovely photo of Ava Gardner!! 🙂
After some hectic months, I’m finally having some days off this week, especially on this weekend. So what’s better than a hot popcorn, a warm blanket and some classic movies to (re)watch? Then, once I was missing so much in these days my favorite person at all, Audrey Hepburn, I’m re-watching (on a marathon, of course!) some of her movies from 60’s…
The chosen was: “Charade” (1963), a Stanley Donen movie, also starred by Cary Grant; “Paris when it sizzles” (1963), also starred by William Holden, this movie had such special participation of Marlene Dietrich, Mel Ferrer (Audrey’s first husband) and Tony Curtis; and “Two for the road” (1967), another Stanley Donen movie, this time co-starred by Albert Finney. Here we go!!
Hello! Today is a very special day to Old Hollywood fans: two beloved actresses from this Era are having birthday today!
The first one is Olivia de Havilland (July 01, 1916 – ) who is 101 years old today! She is best known for starring the movie “Gone With the Wind” (1939), but also starred other memorable movies such “Hold Back the Dawn” (1941), “To Each His Own” (1946), “The Snake Pit” (1948) and “The Heiress” (1949).
The another actress is Leslie Caron (July 01, 1931 – ) who is 86 years old today! She’s the eternal MGM dancer-star, starring movies as “An American in Paris” (1951), “Lili” (1953) and “Gigi” (1958).
I wish a very special Happy Birthday to them! ❤
Now, let me know: what’s your favorite movies starred by them?