jean-seberg:

Jean Seberg on audition, 1956


Oxford Paper Company Advertisement featuring a Rose Marie Reid Swimsuit c. 1959

Oxford Paper Company Advertisement featuring a Rose Marie Reid Swimsuit c. 1959

ladylikelady:

Easter  (1930’s - 1950’s)

Elizabeth Taylor, Susan Hayward, Ann Miller, Jean Rogers, Dorothy Hart, Loretta Young, Pier Angeli, Vera Ellen, Lynn Merrick


Casper The Friendly Ghost fails Fright School in “The Deep Boo Sea” (1952)

Casper The Friendly Ghost fails Fright School in “The Deep Boo Sea” (1952)


Casper The Friendly Ghost goes to the circus in “Keep Your Grin Up” (1955)

Casper The Friendly Ghost goes to the circus in “Keep Your Grin Up” (1955)

colortransparency:

The Wedding Party  (c. 1950’s)

colortransparency:

The Wedding Party  (c. 1950’s)

classicladiesofcolor:

"Queen of the Boogie", Hadda Brooks

classicladiesofcolor:

"Queen of the Boogie", Hadda Brooks

"A firefly!"

"A pixie!"

"Amazing!"

spacemountaineer:

Mickey and Minnie hang out at Disneyland in 1958.
via eBay seller samantha_2413

spacemountaineer:

Mickey and Minnie hang out at Disneyland in 1958.

via eBay seller samantha_2413

Make ‘em laugh!   “Singin’ In The Rain”  (1952)

Olive Oyl and Popeye in Parlez Vous Woo (1956) - Izzy Sparber

disneylandguru:

Shirley Temple Black at Disneyland enjoying the Dumbo ride with daughter Susan and son Charles in 1956. The next year she returned to christen the new Sleeping Beauty walk-through inside the Castle. Another fun fact, in 1937 Shirley presented Walt Disney with his special Academy Award for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. It was a standard-sized Oscar with seven little Oscars. You can find the post on this blog! 

disneylandguru:

Shirley Temple Black at Disneyland enjoying the Dumbo ride with daughter Susan and son Charles in 1956. The next year she returned to christen the new Sleeping Beauty walk-through inside the Castle. Another fun fact, in 1937 Shirley presented Walt Disney with his special Academy Award for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. It was a standard-sized Oscar with seven little Oscars. You can find the post on this blog! 

"Alice In Wonderland" (1951)

"Alice In Wonderland" (1951)

Walt Disney’s Lady And The Tramp (1955)

Huey, Dewey and Louie will *not* be going on Donald and Daisy’s honeymoon - "Donald’s Diary" (1954) - Walt Disney