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moronicalake:

Ain’t nobody fresher than my motherfucking clique

The Women (1939)

nerweniel:

Ginny Weidler just judged you, Norma.

nerweniel:

Ginny Weidler just judged you, Norma.

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

The Women, a.k.a Not Even a Single Motherfucker Was Seen In This Film.

lacqueredinblack:

vivelareine:

You ever have one of those days where you have things that need to get done, but you say, “You know, I think I’ll spend 20 minutes photoshopping the eyes and nose of Norma Shearer onto a portrait of Marie Antoinette instead!”?

lol, I know what you mean.

and that’s why I love the people here on tumblr <3

pure cuteness, this photo is beautiful!

pure cuteness, this photo is beautiful!

Joan, George Cukor and Norma Shearer during a watermelon eating contest!

Joan, George Cukor and Norma Shearer during a watermelon eating contest!

THE WOMEN

THE WOMEN

The Stolen Jools is a 1931 short comedy film produced by the Masquers Club of Hollywood, featuring many cameo appearances by the film stars of the day. They appeared in the film to help raise funds for the National Variety Artists Tuberculosis Sanitarium.

When the film was shown in theaters in 1931, a person would appear after the film to ask the audience for donations. Because the film was made for charity, it has an unusually large cast of actors from different studios, such as Warner Bros., RKO, MGM, Paramount Pictures, and Hal Roach Studios.

people, i promise, you’re gonna love it! ALL THE CLASSIC GRAND STARS IN ONE MOVIE!

for Joan fans - keep your eyes wide open from 5:00 :)