I collect pictures, postcards and magazines about the cinema & lifestyle of the 1900s-1960s. Thank you for visiting my page!

lapitiedangereuse:

C. Cardinale , A. Delon on “The Leopard” shooting 1963
vintageruminance:

Lynda Carter - 1970s
lapitiedangereuse:

“As long as we were in love, we understood each other. There was nothing to understand.”
L’eclisse (1962)
lapitiedangereuse:

Catherine Deneuve

Vanitas (detail) by Leo Putz (1869-1940)
oil on canvas, 1896
Brigitte Bardot

“I have often have wondered what kind of a person I would be today if I did not have these enormous guilt’s — if everything had gone easily and I had not made such horrific mistakes. I think I would have been the most awful, pontifical goody two shoes. I was really so smug, so sweet, so good, so spoiled — so intolerant of anybody else’s downfall. But tragedy, mistakes, and shame for your mistakes cannot leave you untouched. All the superficial things that one gave so much value to before — money, luxury, indulging in whims — calamity makes them seem so incidental. And I treat the happiness I have now with great respect, great appreciation, because I know how fragile and precarious it is — how easily it can go.”

Jack Nicholson and Faye Dunaway in Chinatown directed by Roman Polanski, 1974
gatabella:

Lauren Bacall
Catherine Deneuve
gatabella:

Brigitte Bardot in a Balmain gown

Brigitte Bardot, 1958
Catherine Deneuve
gatabella:

Grace Kelly
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