frivolouswhim:

Regina made a choice.

tagged → #nature #photography #water
Evita though…

I went to see Evita the other day and I’ve been listening to the songs ever since and finding out more about Eva Perón and she is just so fascinating. Excuse me while I croon along to I’d Be Surprisingly Good For You and look up biographies on Amazon.

"He had a real love for Judy Garland and he thought she was the sexiest woman in Hollywood. He thought she was the quickest study, just a brilliant woman, she could look at anything and absorb it. (…) There’s something between them that is just really magic and probably not to be seen again."

Patricia Kelly (Gene Kelly’s widow)

Ava Gardner & Gregory Peck, on the set of On The Beach, photographed by Wayne Miller, 1959.


Judy performing the cut-out number Voodoo for The Pirate (1948).

Judy performing the cut-out number Voodoo for The Pirate (1948).

43/200 - Divergent (2014)

"I’ve always admired her as an actress and felt she was underrated because people were deceived by her beauty and did not expect more from her."-Gregory Peck (Ava: My Story)


Ava Gardner,  Gregory Peck

"I’ve always admired her as an actress and felt she was underrated because people were deceived by her beauty and did not expect more from her."
-Gregory Peck (Ava: My Story)

Ava Gardner, Gregory Peck


Judy Garland holding her baby girl, Liza May Minnelli, 1946.

Judy Garland holding her baby girl, Liza May Minnelli, 1946.


"Although she was beautiful in her films, they couldn’t quite capture all of her. Fortunately, I did, even if it was late in my life.” -Spencer Tracy 

"Although she was beautiful in her films, they couldn’t quite capture all of her. Fortunately, I did, even if it was late in my life.” -Spencer Tracy 

tagged → #Gene Tierney #unreal

I tried everything. If you’d only met me halfway…

I tried everything. If you’d only met me halfway…

ponderation:

Blooming Bomb by alperenarican1500 

ponderation:

Blooming Bomb by alperenarican1500 

tagged → #nature #photography #

Ava Gardner on the set of The Bible: In the Beginning, 1966.
Ava Gardner on the set of The Bible: In the Beginning, 1966.
fewthistle:

"One Touch of Venus". Ava Gardner with statue of Venus. 1948.
Photographer: Allan Grant

fewthistle:

"One Touch of Venus". Ava Gardner with statue of Venus. 1948.

Photographer: Allan Grant