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tracylord:

Myrna Loy + nose scrunch

At the beginning of her career Myrna Loy´s turned-up nose was not as famous yet, rather infamous. She had a little bone on the side of her nose, which cast a shadow in certain lights. This drove the cameramen crazy "because they never knew when it would appear. They’d see the rushes, groan, ‘There’s that thing again,’ and have to retake the scene. It looked like a tiny smudge on my nose. I mean you could hardly see it, but that’s how far the mania for perfection went." So she was often called in for retakes and since those are rather expensive she was once called in by the makeup department who announced that they maybe would fix her nose. "I was horrified. I used to be known as ‘The Nose’ for goodness’ sake—thousands of women went to plastic surgeons to have it duplicated.  I said, ‘Never! Nobody’s touching this nose!’ and got out of there fast.” And she was true. She had the most famous and sought-after nose of the 1930s and women would regularly go to plastic surgeons go get “a nose like Myrna Loy”.

(via the-dark-city)

iamnotmelcowan:

mitchclem:

bossbattle:

drawbrandondraw:

Comics bud Zac Gorman began putting together a Frasier zine a while ago. Progress is slow-going, but I talked to him and he said it would be cool to share my comic so here you go.

Amazing. Simply amazing.

Sometimes someone makes a comic that makes you just wanna give up forever because there’s no topping this omgggggggggggg

TRUE DETECTIVE, SEASON TWO.

andrewinfante:

John Ford on set of The Searchers

GET OUT OF THE WAY, GRANDPA!

(via cinefamily)

So many questions. (via)

So many questions. (via)

awesomepeoplereading:

Zero Mostel reads and reads and reads.

momalibrary:

Favorite Fridays #1:

One of my favorite books in the MoMA Library collection: Zero Mostel reads a book. “Published for the fun of it by The New York Times and dedicated to the American bookseller June, 1963." Photographs by Robert Frank.

-rm

A HARDCOVER, no less! This is great news.
kentgowran:

Starting later this year, the newly launched Syndicate Books will be bringing the complete works of Ted Lewis back into print in the US. Starting with Get Carter aka Jack’s Return Home. Which also means at some point we’re going to get a new edition of GBH.
Check ‘em out: http://www.syndicatebooks.com/

A HARDCOVER, no less! This is great news.

kentgowran:

Starting later this year, the newly launched Syndicate Books will be bringing the complete works of Ted Lewis back into print in the US. Starting with Get Carter aka Jack’s Return Home. Which also means at some point we’re going to get a new edition of GBH.

Check ‘em out: http://www.syndicatebooks.com/

"I think that in order to find reality, each must search for his own universe, look for the details that contribute to this reality that one feels under the surface of things. To be an artist means to search, to find and look at these realities. To be an artist means never to look away."

Akira Kurosawa
March 23, 1910 — September 6, 1998

(Source: kurosawa-akira)

Wu-Tang, Atomically →

"RZA is a bit wobbly on his feet and waving around a bottle of Robert Mondavi chardonnay while exhorting Method Man to take a hit off a blunt. Meth, wearing a shirt depicting Ol’ Dirty Bastard as a kind of floating cloud god, is skeptical: “That ain’t that bomba ba!” He then points to his pal Redman, who has apparently been slacking on his moisturizing: “Your legs so ashy, I could write a Wu-Tang ‘W’ in that shit.” In the corner, a peckish U-God is living vicariously through Ghostface Killah’s description of the lasagna in the artists’ tent. “It was bangin’bangin’?” U-God asks. “It was tight,” Ghost says. “Had the peppers on there and shit.” And in the back room, Masta Killa and a buddy are — yep — playing chess.”

(Source: milsoph, via arcaneimages)