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ousia-poetica · 2 days ago
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When you are bored free your imagination. brennaivy on S6
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ldr-paradise · 2 days ago
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Lana Del Rey for W Magazine
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bebx · a day ago
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A reminder that Amber Heard was literally caught on tape saying all of these things to Johnny Depp.
Justice for Johnny. Now.
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mysharona1987 · 20 hours ago
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infinitemarilynmonroe · a day ago
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Marilyn Monroe and Dame Edith Sitwell, 1953.
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twixnmix · a day ago
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Sharon Tate photographed by Terry O'Neill, 1968.
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tvneon · 20 hours ago
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marcelanunes · 15 hours ago
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Practical Magic (1998)
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colinarmistead · a day ago
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I go back home to CT in a few days so I wanted to take one last big hike before leaving, I can hike back home but its only forests, which I prefer. You can find trees anywhere but you can’t find hills and deserts like this everywhere. 
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mydailyvintagephotos · 2 days ago
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Happy Birthday 🌹🕊Janet Jackson 🎂
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morbidology · a day ago
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The murder of American socialite and oil heiress, 20-year-old Georgette Elise Bauerdorf, is arguably one of Los Angeles most baffling unsolved murders. Although an abundance of evidence was left behind at the crime scene including fingerprints, the murder was never solved.
Georgette was the daughter of George Bauerdorf, an Oklahoma oil billionaire. She had been educated in a convent before receiving further education at the exclusive Westlake School for Girls who boasted of several successful students including Shirley Temple and Myrna Loy.
Georgette lived in an apartment in El Palacio. It was an upscale apartment facing Fountain Avenue that housed numerous tenants associated with the film industry. In fact, at the time of Georgette’s murder, Virginia Weidler lived in the same apartment block. 
Georgette worked for the Los Angeles Times and in her free time, she volunteered as a hostess and dancer at the Hollywood Canteen, a Los Angeles haunt that provided entertainment for servicemen who were often on their way overseas. The Hollywood Canteen was known for the stars of the Golden Era who would flock to the popular establishment to provide entertainment and a smile for the servicemen.
On the 12th of October, 1944, Georgette left the Hollywood Canteen at approximately 11:30PM. Sometime within the next three hours, somebody murdered her....
𝐑𝐞𝐚𝐝 𝐌𝐨𝐫𝐞:
https://morbidology.com/a-hollywood-crime-georgette-bauerdorf/
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ousia-poetica · a day ago
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Gods were the Greeks, they hated, loved and took revenge. By mohtz
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bebx · 2 days ago
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“I want to move on with my life. I have a baby. I have a baby. I wanna move on. I wanna move on. I want Johnny to move on too.” The nerve Amber Heard has. I’m sorry but it’s super ridiculous how she even has the audacity to say this, when Johnny Depp has children too. And it was Johnny’s daughter’s 17th birthday the day Amber told lies to the world about what a monster her father was. It was her 17th birthday the day Amber ruined her father’s life, and even now, on the stand, Amber is still mentioning Johnny’s children and bringing them into this.
Johnny is doing this for his children, while Amber’s using her child as a tool to gain public’s sympathy. Nope. Not gonna work.
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infinitemarilynmonroe · 2 days ago
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Marilyn Monroe photographed by John Florea, 1953.
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jestrada5 · a day ago
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Ryan Phillippe / Flaunt Magazine (2000)
📸 By David Lachapelle
"But in a broader sense, when I have more control, I want to expose people to new ideas."
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errolflynn · 2 days ago
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Errol Flynn as Sebastian Dubrok
Ida Lupino as Gemma Smith
Escape Me Never (1947)
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marcelanunes · 16 hours ago
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Drew Barrymore, 1990s
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machetelanding · a day ago
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Steve McQueen visiting the set of Psycho (1960)
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mydailyvintagephotos · 2 days ago
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1950s Actresses
Elizabeth Taylor
Dorothy Dandridge
Sophia Loren
Grace Kelly
Diana Does
Lizabeth Scott
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todaysdocument · 5 hours ago
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Playwright Lillian Hellman sent this letter to the House Un-American Activities Committee, stating that she would plead the Fifth Amendment if asked about others’ activities or ties to the Communist Party, 5/19/1952.
Series: Investigative Name Files, 1945 - 1974
Record Group 233: Records of the U.S. House of Representatives, 1789 - 2015
Transcription:
c/o Rauh and Levy
1631 K Street, N.W.
Washington 6, D.C.
May 19, 1952
Honorable John S. Wood
Chairman
House Committee on
Un-American Activities
Room 226 Old House Office Building
Washington 25, D.C.
Dear Mr. Wood:
As you know, I am under subpoena to appear before your Committee on May 21, 1052.
I am most willing to answer all questions about myself.  I have nothing to hide from your Committee and there is nothing in my life of which I am ashamed.  I have been advised by counsel that under the Fifth Amendment I have a constitutional privilege to decline to answer any questions about my political opinions, activities and associations, on the grounds of self-incrimination.  I do not wish to claim this privilege. I am ready and willing to testify before the representatives of our Government as to my own opinions and my own actions, regardless of any risks or consequences to myself.
But I am advised by counsel that if I answer the Committee's questions about myself, I must also answer questions about other people and that if I refuse to do so, I can be cited for contempt.  My counsel tells me that if I answer questions about myself, I will have waived my rights under the Fifth Amendment and could be forced legally to answer questions about others. This is very difficult for a layman to understand. But there is one principle that I do understand: I am not willing, now or in the future, to bring bad trouble to people who, in my past association with them, were completely innocent of any talk or any action that was disloyal or subversive.  I do not like subversion or disloyalty in any form and if I had ever seen any I would have considered it my duty to have reported it to the proper authorities. But to hurt innocent people whom I knew many years ago in order to save myself is, to me, inhuman and indecent and dishonorable.
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Honorable John S. Wood - 2 - May 19, 1952
I cannot and will not cut my conscience to fit this year's fashions, even though I long ago came to the conclusion that I was not a political person and could have not comfort-able place in any political group.
I was raised in an old-fashioned American tradi-tion and there were certain homely things that were taught to me:  to try to tell the truth, not to bear false witness, not to harm my neighbor, to be loyal to my country, and so on. In general, I respected these ideals of Christian honor and did as well with them as I knew how. It is my belief that you will agree with these simple rules of human decency and will not expect me to violate the good American tradition from which they spring. I would, therefore, like to come before you and speak of myself.
I am prepared to waive the privilege against self-incrimination and to tell you everything you wish to know about my views or actions if your Committee will agree to refrain from asking me to name other people. If the Committee is unwilling to give me this assurance, I will be forced to plead the privilege of the Fifth Amendment at the hearing.
A reply to this letter would be appreciated.
Sincerely yours,
Lillian Hellman
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