Lana Turner and some little Easter friends - c. 1930’s

Lana Turner and some little Easter friends - c. 1930’s

silentfilmfans:

Clara Bow

silentfilmfans:

Clara Bow

saisonciel:

Corinne Griffith in The Divine Lady (1929)

saisonciel:

Corinne Griffith in The Divine Lady (1929)

Mary Carlisle as the Easter Bunny - c. 1930’s

akihmbo:

Billie Burke bringing tea — my idea of heaven.

akihmbo:

Billie Burke bringing tea — my idea of heaven.

satnin:

Carole Lombard, c. late 1930s.

satnin:

Carole Lombard, c. late 1930s.


Hope Hampton - c. 1920s

Hope Hampton - c. 1920s

saisonciel:

Janet Gaynor, late 1920s

saisonciel:

Janet Gaynor, late 1920s

spellbound-one:

Gabrielle Ray, Lily Elsie and friend in 1912.

spellbound-one:

Gabrielle Ray, Lily Elsie and friend in 1912.


Dolores Del Rio - c. 1920s

Dolores Del Rio - c. 1920s

saisonciel:

Eleanor Boardman, 1920s

saisonciel:

Eleanor Boardman, 1920s

marypickfords:

Happy Birthday Mary Pickford 
(April 8, 1892 - May 29, 1979)

Mary Pickford is a fairy! She is not of this world. She just happened down here to help rub a little of the soot off of everybody’s viewpoint and whisper to us of a place whereperchance butter and eggs are within reason, where folks never have toothaches, and where they tell legends about divorce courts…There is yet to be found a woman who is jealous of Mary Pickford…We love her curls, we love her sunshine, we love her self-forgetful little ways; and most of all we love Mary Pickford because she loves us…Mary Pickford, sweetheart, is the sweetheart of America…Now and then one hears of some one who does not like Mary Pickford, but that person is like a highbrow and is generally a full-fledged fan’s idea of the type of individual who would steal, plague the cat, and gossip about the dead.

Clara Louise Leslie in the May 1918 issue of “Motion Picture”

lottiepickford:

Mary Pickford in her wedding dress, 1920.

lottiepickford:

Mary Pickford in her wedding dress, 1920.

Olivia de Havilland