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lottereinigerforever:

Elizabeth Taylor on the set of “A cat on a hot tin roof”

Lovin’ Liz Taylor lately

lottereinigerforever:

Elizabeth Taylor on the set of “A cat on a hot tin roof”

Lovin’ Liz Taylor lately

immortalmortal:

"I love cats because I enjoy my home; and little by little, they become its visible soul." - Jean Cocteau

immortalmortal:

"I love cats because I enjoy my home; and little by little, they become its visible soul." - Jean Cocteau

(via ceedling)

Folk singer with a cat. You queer?

I just love the cat in this movie so much 

(Source: cunterion, via evelynmulwreys)

wehadfacesthen:

Elizabeth Taylor in the trailer for Suddenly, Last Summer  (Joseph L. Mankiewicz, 1959)

Watched this recently and really enjoyed it

(Source: jacquesdemys)

newsweek:

United States copyright regulators are agreeing with Wikipedia’s conclusion that a monkey’s selfie cannot be copyrighted by a nature photographer whose camera was swiped by the ape in the jungle. The animal’s selfie went viral. The US Copyright Office, in a 1,222-page report discussing federal copyright law, said that a “photograph taken by a monkey” is unprotected intellectual property.
Monkey’s selfie cannot be copyrighted, US regulators say | Ars Technica

newsweek:

United States copyright regulators are agreeing with Wikipedia’s conclusion that a monkey’s selfie cannot be copyrighted by a nature photographer whose camera was swiped by the ape in the jungle. The animal’s selfie went viral. The US Copyright Office, in a 1,222-page report discussing federal copyright law, said that a “photograph taken by a monkey” is unprotected intellectual property.

Monkey’s selfie cannot be copyrighted, US regulators say | Ars Technica

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Review - Dogfight (dir. Nancy Savoca, 1991)

Review – Dogfight (dir. Nancy Savoca, 1991)

Dogfight might just be the most heartwarming, feminist leaning movie about young love you’ve never heard of. Despite being a great example of 1990s independent cinema, it seems to have fallen off the radar somewhat. I happened to find it on a surprisingly comprehensive list of feminist films on Flavorwire, which included a few of my favorites, and even had a number of movies I’d never seen or…

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wehadfacesthen:

Remembering  Gene Kelly  on his birthday (23 August 1912 - 2 February 1996), my favorite song-and-dance man in the movies

A sailor suit or his white socks and loafers, or the T-shirts on his muscular torso, gave everyone the feeling that he was a regular guy, and perhaps they too could express love and joy by dancing in the street or stomping through puddles…he democratized the dance in movies.” - Betsy Blair

Photos on the set of An American in Paris by Alfred Eisenstaedt, Paris, 1951, for LIFE magazine

lebeeson:

flirting 101 by fox mulder 

07x06: The Goldberg Variation

I don’t think that’s a real place 

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