5th Avenue Easter Parade hat c.1940

5th Avenue Easter Parade hat c.1940

vintageholidays:

Mickey Mouse magazine, April 1938

vintageholidays:

Mickey Mouse magazine, April 1938

The most important quality that Harold Lloyd brought to the screen was hope, and I think we all need that. So his hope and his positiveness mark him out as a person to identify with, now and forever.
Robert Wagner, actor and Lloyd family friend (via fyeah-haroldlloyd)
fyeah-haroldlloyd:

Harold Lloyd (April 20th, 1893 - March 8th, 1971) and Mildred Davis - Detail from a lobby card for “From Hand To Mouth” (1919)

fyeah-haroldlloyd:

Harold Lloyd (April 20th, 1893 - March 8th, 1971) and Mildred Davis - Detail from a lobby card for “From Hand To Mouth” (1919)

fyeah-haroldlloyd:

Happy Birthday, Harold Clayton Lloyd  (April 20th, 1893 - March 8th, 1971)

"My humor was never cruel or cynical.  We just took life and poked fun at it.  We made it so it could be understood the world over, without language barriers.  We seem to have conquered the time barrier, as well."


Dorothy Jordan - c. 1930s

Dorothy Jordan - c. 1930s

Mickey and Minnie Mouse are an “Adorable Couple” (2014)

saisonciel:

Polly Walters by Elmer Fryer, early 1930s

saisonciel:

Polly Walters by Elmer Fryer, early 1930s

screengoddess:

Gloria DeHaven 1944, photo by Clarence Bull

screengoddess:

Gloria DeHaven 1944, photo by Clarence Bull

Mickey’s courtship of Minnie Mouse goes awry in “O Sole Minnie” (2013)

colettesaintyves:

Anton Walbrook by Ursula Richeter, 1928.

colettesaintyves:

Anton Walbrook by Ursula Richeter, 1928.

oldrags:

Portrait d’Isaure Chassériau by Amaury-Duval, 1838 France

oldrags:

Portrait d’Isaure Chassériau by Amaury-Duval, 1838 France


Loretta Young as the Easter Bunny 

Loretta Young as the Easter Bunny 


Rudolph Valentino in Beyond the Rocks, 1922

Rudolph Valentino in Beyond the Rocks, 1922