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classicfilmsource · 2 days ago
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Burt Lancaster & Joan Fontaine in Kiss the Blood Off My Hands (1948) dir. Norman Foster
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inthedarktrees · 2 days ago
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Nina Leen, “Tulsa Twins,” Life, August 4, 1947
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theworldatwar · 2 days ago
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Two Spitfire IX’s of No241 Squadron fly past Mount Vesuvius - Spring 1944
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fordarkmornings · 3 hours ago
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Mai Trung Thứ  -  Deux jeunes filles,  1942 
Vietnamese, 1906-1980 
Ink and gouache on silk
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vintage-sweden · a day ago
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“Uppsala university student theater”, 1948, Sweden.
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vintagehomeplans · a day ago
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Argentina, 1946: Project No. 13
A modern two-story house with entrance hall, living room, kitchen/dining room, servant’s room, and toilet on the first floor. The second floor contains two bedrooms, a bathroom, and a terrace.
Viviendas Economicas by Editorial Construcciones Sudamericanas, 1946. (Buenos Aires, Argentina) —from my library
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gameraboy2 · a day ago
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Girl Riding her Bicycle, Coca-Cola advertisement by Haddon Hubbard Sundblom, 1944
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newyorkthegoldenage · a day ago
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Subway lovers, 1949.
Photo: Arthur Leipzig via Three Gorges Images
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dfilms · a day ago
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Mickey’s Delayed Date, 1947
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the-eddvengers-au · a day ago
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1940's Edd doodling in his sketchbook.
Enjoying the peaceful moment despite everything going on.
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theworldatwar · a day ago
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A B-17G from 487th Bomb Group drops its deadly load on targets in Nuremberg 1945.
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deforest · a month ago
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FAYARD & HAROLD NICHOLAS (The Nicholas Brothers) in STORMY WEATHER — 1943, dir. Andrew L. Stone Fred Astaire told the brothers that the "Jumpin' Jive" number in Stormy Weather was the greatest number he had ever seen on film. He would have been more impressed had he known, Harold admits, that "when it was time to do the jumps over each other's heads into splits in the routine, we never rehearsed it." Fayard adds: "It came nice and easy. Nick Castle [the choreographer] said not to rehearse it, that we knew what to do, so we did it like a rehearsal. And in one take!" — Brotherhood in Rhythm: The Jazz Tap Dancing of the Nicholas Brothers by Constance Valis Hill
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