I Am A Rock

~Livin' the Lemon Lyman Life~ About me: I'm a 20-something college student and I'm crazy about classic films, classical music, The West Wing, British TV shows, and history (I could list more things but I think that covers the basics) ;-)
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rogerwilkerson:

Inflight Nap - detail from 1959 Johns Manville ad.

(via pariahpalace)

fuckyesoldhollywood:

Greta Garbo and her mother, 1939

fuckyesoldhollywood:

Greta Garbo and her mother, 1939

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desenchantee:

When God is gone and the Devil takes hold;
       who will have mercy on your soul?
No wealth, no ruin, no silver, no gold;
       nothing satisfies me but your soul.
                              O Death.

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barbarastanwyck:

Joan Crawford recounting her early screen tests for Mildred Pierce and director Michael Curtiz’s hatred towards her and her big shoulders on The David Frost Show, 1970. (x)

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fashionsfromhistory:

Costume Sketch for Shirley Booth in “The Matchmaker”

Edith Head

1958

Julien’s Live

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missanthropicprinciple:

elliezedd:

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I mean, first of all it’s a slightly cheesy adventure show that’s utterly enjoyable and super fun to watch.

Second of all, these two very attractive individuals are the lead characters:

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(that’s Tia Carrere and Christen Anholt, in case you were wondering)

Sydney Fox is basically a female Indiana Jones, she’s a professor of Ancient Studies who also hunts for ancient treasures (or “relics”) and she’s just generally pretty awesome.

Nigel Bailey is her teaching assistant and sidekick and a very nerdy/bookwormish Englishman.

He also has some of the best 90s hair that I’ve ever seen:

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I have such fond memories of watching this show with queenofzenk when we were kids and I am so glad that I decided to watch it again because it’s amazing.

I’m rewatching this and enjoying it far too much.

theacademy:

Yesterday on a Reddit “Ask Me Anything”, Harrison Ford answered the most controversial Star Wars question as if he had never stopped playing the role of Han Solo. 

(via iamilex)

every time President Fitz the Third says “what’s next?” my brain reacts with “no. no no no. that’s President Bartlet/post-surgery Josh’s thing. you are not permitted to say the thing”

(via urulokid)

couldn’t find my chocolate covered pretzels but I did find a box of Manischewitz matzo ball soup