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marypickfords:

Joan Blondell in Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933)

marypickfords:

Joan Blondell in Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933)




  #dean martin;  



girl: babe come over
boy: I can't I'm having a threesome with an older couple
girl: my parents aren't home
boy: I know
  #text post;  



indypendent-thinking:

LESLIE HOWARD

indypendent-thinking:

LESLIE HOWARD




ARTIST: Dean Martin;
ALBUM: The TV Show;
TRACK:Just Friends;
PLAYED: 230 times.

martinslewis:

To think of what we’ve been, and not to kiss again
Seems like pretending, it isn’t the ending
Two friends, drifting apart, two friends, but one broken heart

  #dean martin;  just friends;  music;  



  #art;  



bizarrelosangeles:

A kiss is still a kiss? Not according to movie sound technicians who worked during the Golden Age of Hollywood. Apparently, many of them had a cheat sheet on stars, listing distances that they needed to keep during love scenes. "Dick [Powell] is like a bashful lover. He kisses softly, without making much sound. The microphone must be held six inches away. But…George Brent, it seems, kisses extraordinarily loud. Brent gets off quietly enough, but his kisses seem to get away with him. They grow in volume. So I keep the mike two feet away to begin with, then I pull back quickly during the kiss, until it is five or six feet away.” — Richard Williams, sound technician at Warner Bros. in 1936.Quote source: newspaper scribe Donna RisherTop photo: Dick Powell and Ruby Keeler.Bottom photo: George Brent and Barbara Stanwyck

bizarrelosangeles:

A kiss is still a kiss? Not according to movie sound technicians who worked during the Golden Age of Hollywood. Apparently, many of them had a cheat sheet on stars, listing distances that they needed to keep during love scenes. 

"Dick [Powell] is like a bashful lover. He kisses softly, without making much sound. The microphone must be held six inches away. But…George Brent, it seems, kisses extraordinarily loud. Brent gets off quietly enough, but his kisses seem to get away with him. They grow in volume. So I keep the mike two feet away to begin with, then I pull back quickly during the kiss, until it is five or six feet away.” — Richard Williams, sound technician at Warner Bros. in 1936.

Quote source: newspaper scribe Donna Risher

Top photo: Dick Powell and Ruby Keeler.
Bottom photo: George Brent and Barbara Stanwyck

  #quote;  beautiful;  



marypickfords:

Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933)

marypickfords:

Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933)




Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole and Dean Martin, c. 1957

  #dean martin;