sirpeter64:

The Beatles on Ed Sullivan. Feb. 9, 1964
AP photo caption - third shot -  below.
"The British rock and roll group the Beatles, center, are surrounded by photographers on stage at CBS’ Studio 50 before their live television appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show in New York City, Feb. 10, 1964. In the front row are, from left, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and John Lennon. Ringo Starr is in background on drums. (AP Photo) AP"

LOL They got Sam (Ray Bolger) drunk in the film.

April in Paris

Ray Bolger and Doris Day in
April in Paris

J’adore! :D

Emma Stone in Magic In The Moonlight (2014)

walkyland:

Too many people wanted a flat white or skinny latte or decaf (WE DONT DO DECAF) to have the time to sketch too much BUT I managed to draw this croissant before the happy blonde girl bought it.

walkyland:

Too many people wanted a flat white or skinny latte or decaf (WE DONT DO DECAF) to have the time to sketch too much BUT I managed to draw this croissant before the happy blonde girl bought it.

myfairytaleeverafter:


More?

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thefilmstage:

The first poster for Woody Allen's Magic in the Moonlight.
See the trailer.

thefilmstage:

The first poster for Woody Allen's Magic in the Moonlight.

See the trailer.

se-la-spegni-muore:

narniadreams:

Yeah... still good

Narnia


It’s very English in a very particular way. It rarely gets put at the centre of a story in cinema. Most of us understand drama as arising from conflict. Drama is extremity. That’s what the Greeks tell us. Or is it?

It’s very English in a very particular way. It rarely gets put at the centre of a story in cinema. Most of us understand drama as arising from conflict. Drama is extremity. That’s what the Greeks tell us. Or is it?

Emma Stone in ‘Magic in the Moonlight’ promo stills

Emma Stone as Sophie in Woody Allen’s “Magic in the Moonlight

emmajstonedaily:

Emma Stone in Magic in the Moonlight. (x)

justlittleclassicfilmthings:

When your first crush in elementary school is a tie between Ray Bolger and Cary Grant… and everyone else likes Aaron Carter.
Submitted by: velvetivory

justlittleclassicfilmthings:

When your first crush in elementary school is a tie between Ray Bolger and Cary Grant… and everyone else likes Aaron Carter.

Submitted by: velvetivory

warnerarchive:

Doris Day and Ray Bolger in April in Paris (1952) available now in HD on Warner Archive Instant

warnerarchive:

Doris Day and Ray Bolger in April in Paris (1952) available now in HD on Warner Archive Instant