Likes: terrorizing mortals; libraries; serious eyeshadow; chain wallets; suspiciously lifelike marble statues
Dislikes: people who aren't statues yet; bros; Perseus
Happy 108th Birthday to Lon Chaney, Jr, via universalmonsterstribute.
"I’ll bet you’ve got kind of a lovely face under all that paint."
Destry Rides Again (1939), above: Marlene Dietrich and Jimmy Stewart
She should’ve grabbed her lipstick brush and shoved it in his fucking eye
Bela Lugosi and Dwight Frye, Dracula (1931)
"I tell you, you must accept that Robert Smith will die one day!"
Bela Lugosi, age 18
See this Bela is one dapper mother-
Shut yo mouth!
I’m just talk’n ‘bout Lugosi.
This beautiful dancer is Carla Laemmle. One of our last direct links to the world of silent cinema, she turned 104 on October 20, 2013. Born in 1909 with the given name Rebecca, she later changed her name to Carla. The niece of Universal Studios founder Carl Laemmle, she danced as the prima ballerina in the first American horror feature film, The Phantom of the Opera (1925), and spoke the first line of dialogue in the first sound horror film, Dracula (1931).
Favourite movie characters - Jerry/Daphne from Some Like It Hot (1959)
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Wait a fuckin minute are they remaking La Belle et la Bete because I am gonna have to backhand some motherfuckers
eussoros replied to your post “I’d never seen the Maltese Falcon so I watched it AND IT WAS TEMPLARS.”Of course it’s Templars. Something something Malta, therefore something something Templar treasure. it makes perfect logical sense in Hollywood.
No one remembers the Hospitallers.
Wait tho I’m like 99% sure that Gutman refers to them as “the Knights Hospitaller” in one of the speeches
Am I gonna have to go back and watch The Maltese Falcon again aw gee what a hardship
Ginger Rogers by Clarence Everett, publicity still for “Weekend at the Waldorf”, 1945.
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