Rudolph Valentino in Blood and Sand (1922, dir. Fred Niblo) (via)
Connie Boswell - Blue Moon
Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961, dir. Blake Edwards) (via)
“The ragbag colors of her boy’s hair, tawny streaks, strands of albino-blonde and yellow, caught the light. It was a warm evening, nearly summer, and she wore a slim cool black dress, black sandals, a pearl choker. For all her chic thinness, she had an almost breakfast-cereal air of health, a soap and lemon cleanliness, a rough pink darkening the cheeks. Her mouth was large, her nose upturned. A pair of dark glasses blotted out her eyes. It was a face beyond childhood, yet this side of belonging to a woman. I thought her anywhere between sixteen and thirty.”
-Truman Capote, Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1958)
Audrey Hepburn - Moon River (Breakfast at Tiffany’s: Original Soundtrack Recording)
Written by Johnny Mercer & Henry Mancini.
Kirk Douglas as Vincent Van Gogh in the “Wheatfield with Crows”: Lust for Life (1956, dir. Vincente Minnelli)
The Red Spectre (1907, dir. Segundo de Chomón, Ferdinand Zecca)
In the film, a demonic magician performs a series of magic tricks, including trapping miniaturized people in bottles (the scene above is online here).
The film was shot in black-and-white, and colors were later applied using stencils, a mechanical process that replaced the more labor intensive hand-tinting.
Nat King Cole - I’m Thru’ With Love (Live)