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olidancer92:

Helen Mirren ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

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ohrobbybaby:

Julie Andrews and Gene Kelly in “The Julie Andrews Show” , c. 1965

ohrobbybaby:

Julie Andrews and Gene Kelly in “The Julie Andrews Show” , c. 1965

I just had a mini heart attack. I forgot the password to this account.

Julie Andrews, you stay right there, you hear me?

Oh, 2014, you must be kiddin’ me.

For the most sensitive among us, the noise can be too much.

Jim Carrey

Every actor has one or two movies that really makes an impression on you.

I’m sitting here with my mom and we just came up with like 15 Robin Williams’ movies that we love.

I refuse to accept Robin Williams is dead.

Guess who just got Photoshop CC and feels like posting something after months?

Is anybody still here?

judygarlandgifs:

Judy Garland in Babes on Broadway (1941)

judygarlandgifs:

Judy Garland in Babes on Broadway (1941)

Anonymous sent: Do you know if anything is being done to recover the voodoo video?

I don’t think so. Unfortunately the scene was destroyed by MGM.

I’m not okay with this week. First Elaine Stritch and now James Garner. Just no.

imwithkanye:

Elaine Stritch, Tart-Tongued Broadway Actress and Singer, Is Dead at 89 | NYT
Plainspoken, egalitarian, impatient with fools and foolishness, and admittedly fond of cigarettes, alcohol and late nights — she finally gave up smoking and drinking in her 60s — though she took it up again — Ms. Stritch might be the only actor to work as a bartender after starring on Broadway, and she was completely unabashed about her good-time-girl attitude.
“I’m not a bit opposed to your mentioning in this article that Frieda Fun here has had a reputation in the theater, for the past five or six years, for drinking,” she said to a reporter for The New York Times in 1968. “I drink and I love to drink, and it’s part of my life.”
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imwithkanye:

Elaine Stritch, Tart-Tongued Broadway Actress and Singer, Is Dead at 89 | NYT

Plainspoken, egalitarian, impatient with fools and foolishness, and admittedly fond of cigarettes, alcohol and late nights — she finally gave up smoking and drinking in her 60s — though she took it up again — Ms. Stritch might be the only actor to work as a bartender after starring on Broadway, and she was completely unabashed about her good-time-girl attitude.

“I’m not a bit opposed to your mentioning in this article that Frieda Fun here has had a reputation in the theater, for the past five or six years, for drinking,” she said to a reporter for The New York Times in 1968. “I drink and I love to drink, and it’s part of my life.”

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