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adanvc:

Young Japanese couple helping his date into her skating kit. Tokyo, 1959.
by John Dominis

adanvc:

Young Japanese couple helping his date into her skating kit. Tokyo, 1959.

by John Dominis


memeluvr2:

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I adore Keenan Wynn in “My Dear Secretary”, his humor is so beyond it’s time.


nitratediva:

SAVE THE PHANTOM STAGE! Universal Studios Stage 28, where The Phantom of the Opera and parts of Dracula, Psycho, and The Sting were filmed, will be demolished if we don’t all do something.
Please sign this petition to get the “Phantom Stage” registered as a National Historic Landmark. And sign this one to show the studio that you care about film history.
Even if you’ve already signed the petitions, please get your friends and family to do so. Let’s show Universal not to mess with film geeks and our hallowed ground.

Reblogging again because this NEEDS TO BE DONE!!! PLEASE!!!

nitratediva:

SAVE THE PHANTOM STAGE! Universal Studios Stage 28, where The Phantom of the Opera and parts of Dracula, Psycho, and The Sting were filmed, will be demolished if we don’t all do something.

Please sign this petition to get the “Phantom Stage” registered as a National Historic Landmark. And sign this one to show the studio that you care about film history.

Even if you’ve already signed the petitions, please get your friends and family to do so. Let’s show Universal not to mess with film geeks and our hallowed ground.

Reblogging again because this NEEDS TO BE DONE!!! PLEASE!!!


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fapoleon-bonerparte:

Napoleon En Campagne
Edouard Detaille, 1895

fapoleon-bonerparte:

Napoleon En Campagne

Edouard Detaille, 1895


Irwin The Disco Duck was an anthropomorphic duck who got his start in 1976 as the mascot for a series of disco albums by Peter Pan Records. He was later renamed Irwin the Dynamic Duck and was said to have a select few comics written for him, but none are known to exist. The album art was done by George Peed, the comic artist is unknown.

The character’s strange and enigmatic vanishment have been classified among oddities similar to the Max Headroom Incident.


The incredibly gorgeous and detailed inkwork by Don Rosa for his story "The Quest For Kalevala" (1999)
I like this far more than the colored version by Hachette. 

The incredibly gorgeous and detailed inkwork by Don Rosa for his story "The Quest For Kalevala" (1999)

I like this far more than the colored version by Hachette.