shutting the French windows I'd like to kiss you but I just washed my hair

“I do not think there is a solitary second when my mind is not completely buried in you. You are really on my brain–I suppose if you happened to represent something dangerous I should be locked up–but no it’s not quite like that. I am not always thinking sweetly of you. I am thinking angrily or indignantly or sulkily, quite often, but I am never not thinking of you. More often than not I am just worried about you, concerned and distressed about my baby lamb being tired or unhappy–and of course often it is with mad, mad passion and sometimes it is naughty, sometimes, only sometimes is it dirty or even sadistic…You are all over me, in sorrow or in joy, all of the time–O yes in drunkenness too, in conversation, in work, with every breath and heart-beat.”

— Letter from Laurence Olivier to Vivien Leigh in 1939 (via viviling)


Jimmy Stewart and Olivia de Havilland at the premiere of “Gone with the Wind”, 1939


Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy on the set of ‘Pat And Mike’, 1952


Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks, 1917.


James Stewart and Ginger Rogers in Vivacious Lady, 1938.


James Stewart and Ginger Rogers holding their Oscar statuettes at the 13th Academy Awards, February 1941.


Mrs. And Mr. Clark Gable! | Married 29.03.1939

“We never do anything much, but we have a lot of laughs and Pa is relaxed and happy.”

May 21st, 1945: Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall’s wedding in Mansfield, Ohio.  Photographed by Ed Clark.

Oh, for God’s sake, Randall.