Old Hollywood
Cinema
1900-1979

Nostalgia is a seductive liar - George Wildman Ball
"What? I totally dress up like a picnic table and pose with peacocks all the time. This isn’t weird."
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"What? I totally dress up like a picnic table and pose with peacocks all the time. This isn’t weird."

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Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, Jimmy Stewart, and some other dapper gentleman (John Howard?) recording The Philadelphia Story for radio (via)

Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, Jimmy Stewart, and some other dapper gentleman (John Howard?) recording The Philadelphia Story for radio (via)

Katharine Hepburn as Queen Mary in Mary of Scotland (1936, dir. John Ford)
"I was probably the worst choice in the world for the part. I can’t stand Mary of Scotland. I think she was an absolute ass. I thought Elizabeth was absolutely right to have her condemned to death.”

Katharine Hepburn as Queen Mary in Mary of Scotland (1936, dir. John Ford)

"I was probably the worst choice in the world for the part. I can’t stand Mary of Scotland. I think she was an absolute ass. I thought Elizabeth was absolutely right to have her condemned to death.”

“Without discipline, there’s no life at all.”
-Katharine Hepburn (via nytimes.com/getty)

“Without discipline, there’s no life at all.”

-Katharine Hepburn (via nytimes.com/getty)

And because I like you so much, here’s another shot of Katharine Hepburn from the same photo shoot (1934, photo by George Huene)

And because I like you so much, here’s another shot of Katharine Hepburn from the same photo shoot (1934, photo by George Huene)

"Life is to be lived. If you have to support yourself, you had bloody well better find some way that is going to be interesting. And you don’t do that by sitting around wondering about yourself."
-Katharine Hepburn (1934, photo by George Huene)

"Life is to be lived. If you have to support yourself, you had bloody well better find some way that is going to be interesting. And you don’t do that by sitting around wondering about yourself."

-Katharine Hepburn (1934, photo by George Huene)

Katharine Hepburn & Cary Grant practice their somersault scene on the set of Holiday (1938) (via getty archives)

Katharine Hepburn & Cary Grant practice their somersault scene on the set of Holiday (1938) (via getty archives)