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rufustfirefly:

Dean Martin getting his handprints at Grauman’s, 1964.

deforest:

rufustfirefly:

Dean Martin getting his handprints at Grauman’s, 1964.

vistavisions:

We were just quite happy being quiet together. Truth be told, not much to say about those years. We just loved each other. Nothing more to say.
Katharine Hepburn on her relationship with Spencer Tracy from 1962-1967 when both actors took a break from the business. Photos from the set of Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, their first film after the hiatus.
vistavisions:

We were just quite happy being quiet together. Truth be told, not much to say about those years. We just loved each other. Nothing more to say.
Katharine Hepburn on her relationship with Spencer Tracy from 1962-1967 when both actors took a break from the business. Photos from the set of Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, their first film after the hiatus.

vistavisions:

We were just quite happy being quiet together. Truth be told, not much to say about those years. We just loved each other. Nothing more to say.

Katharine Hepburn on her relationship with Spencer Tracy from 1962-1967 when both actors took a break from the business. Photos from the set of Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, their first film after the hiatus.

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mymodernmet:

This funny series of old 19th-century photographs features the slow transformation from sobriety to complete intoxication. Created by photographer Charles Percy Pickering, Five Stages of Inebriation is a hilarious way of showing how alcohol affects physical coordination.
mymodernmet:

This funny series of old 19th-century photographs features the slow transformation from sobriety to complete intoxication. Created by photographer Charles Percy Pickering, Five Stages of Inebriation is a hilarious way of showing how alcohol affects physical coordination.
mymodernmet:

This funny series of old 19th-century photographs features the slow transformation from sobriety to complete intoxication. Created by photographer Charles Percy Pickering, Five Stages of Inebriation is a hilarious way of showing how alcohol affects physical coordination.
mymodernmet:

This funny series of old 19th-century photographs features the slow transformation from sobriety to complete intoxication. Created by photographer Charles Percy Pickering, Five Stages of Inebriation is a hilarious way of showing how alcohol affects physical coordination.
mymodernmet:

This funny series of old 19th-century photographs features the slow transformation from sobriety to complete intoxication. Created by photographer Charles Percy Pickering, Five Stages of Inebriation is a hilarious way of showing how alcohol affects physical coordination.

mymodernmet:

This funny series of old 19th-century photographs features the slow transformation from sobriety to complete intoxication. Created by photographer Charles Percy Pickering, Five Stages of Inebriation is a hilarious way of showing how alcohol affects physical coordination.

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“Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional.”
— Haruki Murakami, What I Talk About When I Talk About Running (via observando)

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it’s a godawful small affair to the girl with the mousey hair

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