Mickey and Minnie Mouse have a flirtatious dinner date in “Third Wheel” (2014)

the-dark-city:

R.I.P. Carla Laemmle (October 20th, 1909 - June 12th, 2014)
Among the guests at her 100th birthday party in 2009 were Ray Bradbury, Bela Lugosi Jr., Sara Karloff, and Ron Chaney.

the-dark-city:

R.I.P. Carla Laemmle (October 20th, 1909 - June 12th, 2014)

Among the guests at her 100th birthday party in 2009 were Ray Bradbury, Bela Lugosi Jr., Sara Karloff, and Ron Chaney.

laurelandhardy:

Brats | 1930   

Happy Birthday, Stan Laurel  (June 12th, 1890 - February 23rd, 1965)


Stan Laurel and a cute friend
Happy Birthday (June 16th, 1890 - February 23rd, 1965)

Stan Laurel and a cute friend

Happy Birthday (June 16th, 1890 - February 23rd, 1965)

cookiecarnival:

Peter Pan (1953) - Mermaid Lagoon icons


Carla Laemmle c. 1920’s - (October 20th, 1909 - June 12th, 2014)  R.I.P.
The beautiful niece of producer Carl Laemmle, who made her (uncredited) film debut in The Phantom Of The Opera (1925) as a ballet dancer.  Her book entitled “Growing Up With Monsters” details her times at Universal studios from 1921 to 1937, has a foreword by Ray Bradbury, and is full of wonderful anecdotes, illustrations and photographs which document the era.  Hers is the first voice heard in “Dracula” 1931), in an uncredited role as a bespectaled passenger in the coach which is carrying Renfield to Dracula’s castle.  May she rest in peace, and I hope someone writes a book about this lovely lady, who lived to the age of 104, and truly was there at the beginning of Hollywood’s Golden Age.

Carla Laemmle c. 1920’s - (October 20th, 1909 - June 12th, 2014)  R.I.P.

The beautiful niece of producer Carl Laemmle, who made her (uncredited) film debut in The Phantom Of The Opera (1925) as a ballet dancer.  Her book entitled “Growing Up With Monsters” details her times at Universal studios from 1921 to 1937, has a foreword by Ray Bradbury, and is full of wonderful anecdotes, illustrations and photographs which document the era.  Hers is the first voice heard in “Dracula” 1931), in an uncredited role as a bespectaled passenger in the coach which is carrying Renfield to Dracula’s castle.  May she rest in peace, and I hope someone writes a book about this lovely lady, who lived to the age of 104, and truly was there at the beginning of Hollywood’s Golden Age.

kendrajbean:

Vivien Leigh’s early passport.
Height: 5’3 1/2”
Eyes: Grey
Hair: Brown

kendrajbean:

Vivien Leigh’s early passport.

Height: 5’3 1/2”

Eyes: Grey

Hair: Brown

Bessie Love - “Lovey Mary” (1926)
Photo by Ruth Harriet Louise

Bessie Love - “Lovey Mary” (1926)

Photo by Ruth Harriet Louise

Mickey and Minnie’s bratty children in Walt Disney’s Mickey’s Nightmare (1932)


Claudette Colbert, 1941

Claudette Colbert, 1941


Spencer Tracy and Elizabeth Taylor on the set of “Father Of The Bride” (1950)

Spencer Tracy and Elizabeth Taylor on the set of “Father Of The Bride” (1950)

dfilms:

Mickey Plays Papa, 1934

dfilms:

Mickey Plays Papa, 1934

Huey, Dewey and Louie would rather read comics on their vacation  - “Don’s Fountain Of Youth” (1953)


 "A Sailor Made Man" (1921)

 "A Sailor Made Man" (1921)

Happy Birthday Harry Langdon born June 15, 1884 

"The oddest thing about this whole funny business is that the public really want to laugh, but it’s the hardest thing in the world to make them do it."

"There should be a breathing spell between laughs, with a gradual development leading up to a laugh.  A picture that is on laugh from start to finish becomes tedious.  Relief is necessary."

"Most deliciously comic moments on the outside, are full of sad significance for those who realize the sinister characterization of the situation." 

"I must be wretched, and consequently ludicrous.  When I do a part in a film, I must really suffer.  In my pictures I allow myself to be a victim of Fate.  But a sort of Divine providence always carries me through."

-Harry’s unique take on comedy in his own words