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wehadfacesthen:

Ninotchka  (Ernst Lubitsch, 1939)

wehadfacesthen:

Ninotchka  (Ernst Lubitsch, 1939)

me

classicsdoitbetter:

“A Wall of directory illustrating the location of the women’s Star Studios. When this picture was taken in 1937, the name of recently deceased actress Jean Harlow had just been removed, and in fact is still poignantly visible on line A” 

Second picture is of the directory of the men’s Star Studio

pictures and captions come from the book MGM: Hollywood’s Greatest Backlot by Steven Bingen

HEY GARBO FANS

I need your help! As I am not really Greta-obsessed, I need your advice, and preferably some links/photos/videos/articles on how Greta influenced the silent cinema and vice versa. I mean, I need to make a presentation on her and her part in the silent cinema. As I know really not that much about her, I REALLY NEED YOUR HELP!

missleah37:

I love TCM. So many greats in one add. <3

OMG SO MUCH WIN

missleah37:

I love TCM. So many greats in one add. <3

OMG SO MUCH WIN

please don&#8217;t kill me, Greta fans!

please don’t kill me, Greta fans!

Greta as Mata Hari.
Photo coloured by me in Photoshop. Click on it to go to my deviantArt page.

Greta as Mata Hari.

Photo coloured by me in Photoshop. Click on it to go to my deviantArt page.