Author Archives: Silmara Cavalcante

Classic Popcorn on Instagram!

Hello!!

I’m here today to bring you pretty good news:

Who likes to read the classic quotes said by these classic stars from Old Hollywood which I post here in the blog, will have now another place to read them, the Classic Popcorn Instagram! There you can read a quote of a different star each day, besides see a lovely photo of this star. And you can also see all the Instagram posts here in the blog, in this lateral bar, in the right side. >>

Hope you enjoy, follow and have fun! See you! 🙂

P.S.: The quotes are still going to be written here every week!

Happy Birthday To…

Happy Birthday to Judy Garland (10 June 1922 – 22 June 1969), our eternal Dorothy!! ❤

What’s your favorite movie starred by her? (besides “The Wizard of Oz”, of course!)

Judy Garland

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“A woman has just as much right in this world as a man and can get along in it just as well if she puts her mind to it.”

– Carole Lombard

Happy Birthday To…

Today we celebrate the birthday of the unforgettable Marilyn Monroe (01 June 1926 – 05 August 1962)! What’s your favorite movie starred by her?

Marilyn Monroe. Photo by Frank Powonly. Source: IMDb

Happy Birthday To…

Happy Birthday to the Duke (26 May 1907 – 11 June 1979)!

What’s your favorite movie of him? Tell me!

John Wayne in “Legend of the Lost” (1957). Photo by MGM. Source: IMDb.

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“The most important thing in anyone’s life is to be giving something. The quality I can give is fun, joy and happiness. This is my gift.”

– Ginger Rogers

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“The hardest job kids face today is learning good manners without seeing any.”

– Fred Astaire

Photo of the Day – Liz

Hey! Let’s start the week seeing this adorable picture of Elizabeth Taylor circa 1956.            A great week to us! 😉

Elizabeth Taylor. Photo by Sanford Roth/AMPAS. Source: IMDb.

Happy Birthday To…

Hello, hello!

Tonight I want to say “Happy Birthday” to the actor Gary Cooper (07 May 1901 – 13 May 1961). What’s your favorite movie of him? I like those which are also starred by Audrey Hepburn (“Love in the Afternoon”, 1957) and Grace Kelly (“High Noon”, 1952).

Gary Cooper. Photo by Bert Six. Source: IMDb.

Happy Birthday To…

Hello!

Tonight I’m here to share with you a special “Happy Birthday To” the lovely Audrey Hepburn (04 May 1929 – 20 January 1993). 

Audrey Hepburn

What’s your favorite movie starred by her? I must confess that I love all of them!! ❤