Spencer Tracy, 1930s

Spencer Tracy, 1930s

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Joan Blondell in The Crowd Roars, 1932.
Joan Blondell in The Crowd Roars, 1932.
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Paulette Goddard in The Lady Has Plans (1942)

johnhannahs:

Paulette Goddard in The Lady Has Plans (1942)

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ghoulmccrea:

Joel McCrea and his porcine pal in Bird of Paradise (1932)

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Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933) dir. Mervyn LeRoy

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Norma Shearer photograped by Lazlo Willinger, 1939

viviensleigh:

Norma Shearer photograped by Lazlo Willinger, 1939

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viviensleigh:

Dodge City (1939)

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fawnvelveteen:

Susan Hayward

fawnvelveteen:

Susan Hayward

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Happy 110th Birthday Greer Garson | 29 september, 1904 - 6 april, 1996

Why did I become an actress? I think because I am fascinated by the variety and scope of human experience. I am not content to live just one existence. I have always had a strong imagination and in my roles I feel that I live other lives. And the hazards and disappointments of an acting career and the solemn dissuasions of all my friends and advisers were a challenge. It has not been easy, but I believe that the best kind of success is not won easily and that a few hard knocks on the way are good for the soul. When I look back on some of my bitterest disappointments I realize that, in the long run, they were really strokes of good fortune. Things eventually turned out far better than if I had achieved what seemed so desperately important at the moment. So I believe that as one door closes, another will open.

bridiequilty:

Happy 110th Birthday Greer Garson | 29 september, 1904 - 6 april, 1996

Why did I become an actress? I think because I am fascinated by the variety and scope of human experience. I am not content to live just one existence. I have always had a strong imagination and in my roles I feel that I live other lives. And the hazards and disappointments of an acting career and the solemn dissuasions of all my friends and advisers were a challenge. It has not been easy, but I believe that the best kind of success is not won easily and that a few hard knocks on the way are good for the soul. When I look back on some of my bitterest disappointments I realize that, in the long run, they were really strokes of good fortune. Things eventually turned out far better than if I had achieved what seemed so desperately important at the moment. So I believe that as one door closes, another will open.

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