kilkennycat:

The Pumpkin Carriage

kilkennycat:

The Pumpkin Carriage


"It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" (1966)

"It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" (1966)


Donald Duck and a very angry Jack-O-Lantern in Walt Disney’s “Trick Or Treat” (1952)

Donald Duck and a very angry Jack-O-Lantern in Walt Disney’s “Trick Or Treat” (1952)

Donald Duck gets tricky with Huey, Dewey and Louie in Walt Disney’s “Trick Or Treat” (1952)

kilkennycat:

Celebration of Halloween 2014!

kilkennycat:

Celebration of Halloween 2014!


From “It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” (1966) to all my lovely followers - m’wah!  A very Happy Halloween to all of you!  xoxoxox

From “It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” (1966) to all my lovely followers - m’wah!  A very Happy Halloween to all of you!  xoxoxox

'Midnight' by The Rolling Headstones - "The Groovie Goolies" (1971)

"The Groovie Goolies" (1971)

"Trick Or Treat" (1952)

"Trick Or Treat" (1952)

gravesandghouls:

Old Hollywood Pin-ups

Row one-Yvonne De Carlo, Ava Gardner, Clara bow

Row two- Nancy Carroll, Luchia Carroll, Barbara Bates

Row three-Joyce Holden, Jeanne Crain, Ann Miller

"The Groovie Goolies" (1971)


My kitties Humphrey Lee Haunted and Roger Bleu, getting ready for Halloween!

My kitties Humphrey Lee Haunted and Roger Bleu, getting ready for Halloween!

Betty Boop’s Halloween Party (1933) - by Max Fleischer


Jack Pumpkinhead tries on a smiley face head today
Artist:  John R. Neill from “Little Wizard Stories of Oz” by L. Frank Baum, 1914.

Jack Pumpkinhead tries on a smiley face head today

Artist:  John R. Neill from “Little Wizard Stories of Oz” by L. Frank Baum, 1914.

completelyunproductive:

Joan Crawford as a parachuting witch on the cover of "Mid-Week Pictorial." (Oct. 1927)
The original caption reads… 

A Modern Witch of Hallowe’en: She Uses a Parachute to Make a Forced Descent After Losing Her Grip on the Broom Which Witches Ride Through the Air.
For the Witch of 1927 Is the Resourceful Joan Crawford, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Movie Star, and She Knows Her Parachutes.

completelyunproductive:

Joan Crawford as a parachuting witch on the cover of "Mid-Week Pictorial." (Oct. 1927)

The original caption reads…

A Modern Witch of Hallowe’en: She Uses a Parachute to Make a Forced Descent After Losing Her Grip on the Broom Which Witches Ride Through the Air.

For the Witch of 1927 Is the Resourceful Joan Crawford, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Movie Star, and She Knows Her Parachutes.