Goodbye, Mary Poppins, don’t stay away too long. - Mary Poppins (1964)

Dorothy Sebastian photographed by Ruth Harriet Louise.

favourite characters:
↳ Taeko Okajima [1/?]  “Only Yesterday” (1991)

thehystericalsociety:

Cleo De Merode - Brown Brothers, New York, NY - c. 1890s - (Via)

thehystericalsociety:

Cleo De Merode - Brown Brothers, New York, NY - c. 1890s - (Via)

Mickey and Miinie combine their sunny mood with Donald and Daisy’s stormy one and create a rainbow in “Adorable Couple” (2014)

Harold Lloyd

Bumping Into Broadway - (1919)

marypickfords:

Mary Pickford in The Love Light (1921)

Mickey and Minnie Mouse dance on and on in "The Picnic" (1930) - Walt Disney


Charlton Love and & Romance #18 (1971)

Charlton Love and & Romance #18 (1971)

chaplinfortheages:

Charlie Chaplin circa 1916

chaplinfortheages:

Charlie Chaplin circa 1916

Cookies and kisses with Minnie Mouse for “Mickey’s Surprise Party” (1939) - "Oh boy!"

Today I spent part of the day with these two sweethearts, and other lovely animals.  I’ve been knitting blankets, making fleece beds and toys for my local no-kill shelter for a few months, and I loooooove it. Anyway, these are my two favorites, McCoy the cat and Bianca the bunny, and I love visiting them.  Bianca always hops over to me to get cheek scritches, and McCoy gives kitty kisses.  And, look at his cool eyeliner markings!  I get to see the things I’ve made making animals happier and I want to devote even more time to this project.  Sooo, I will be still be around, but if I am off of here, you’ll know it’s for a good reason.  The two nerdy boy volunteers who were there today spent the entire time on their iphones, playing video games and being robot-like instead of actually talking to me, or interacting in any sort of social way, not that I was there for that, but seriously, we’ve turned into a nation of walking zombies - so saddening. But, hanging out with the animals is thee best - and, no iphones with them so big ups to the animal kingdom, as usual!.

Harold plucks a cherry for his drink in “High And Dizzy” (1920)

Dorothy Sebastan - c. 1920’s

Dorothy Sebastan - c. 1920’s

Make me choose Pocahontases asked Vinny Santorini or Thomas O’Malley   "The Aristocats" (1970)