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Tonight’s TCM Party at 10 p.m. Eastern is EVIL UNDER THE SUN…time to gawk at British thespians wearing fabulous clothes in Mallorca

Just wow

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fuckyeahbarbarastanwyck:

To Please a Lady (1950): behind the scenes - part 2

retrophilia:

Today in 1922 Mollie Sugden was born.

retrophilia:

Today in 1922 Mollie Sugden was born.

fred-x-ginger:

A kiss on the hand may be quite Continental…

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classicmoviehub:

Born Today, July 21, in 1924 Don Knotts…

"That’s right, karate… made my whole body a weapon." -Don Knotts as Luther Heggs in The Ghost and Mr. Chicken

Over 70 film and television roles including No Time for Sergeants (debut film role), The Incredible Mr. Limpet, The Ghost and Mr. Chicken, The Reluctant Astronaut, The Shakiest Gun in the West, The Apple Dumpling Gang, Pleasantville -and of course Ralph Furley and Barney Fife!

Just one of the fabulous stars in a fabulous outfit from EVIL UNDER THE SUN, our TCM Party tonight at 10 p.m. Eastern…Diana Rigg

#TCMParty schedule for the week of July, 21

Evil Under The Sun (1982)  MONDAY, JULY 21 @ 10:00 PM (ET)
     A detective trying to solve a case finds himself on an exclusive island frequented by the rich and famous.

#TCMParty schedule for the week of July, 21

Evil Under The Sun (1982)  MONDAY, JULY 21 @ 10:00 PM (ET)

     A detective trying to solve a case finds himself on an exclusive island frequented by the rich and famous.

This chorus girl could grab your heart and tear it to pieces.
— Frank Capra

mariedeflor:

HAPPY BIRTHDAY Missy aka Barbara Stanwyck
(July 16, 1907 - January 20, 1990)
I am sometimes asked who is my favorite actress, among those I have directed. I always dodge the question by explaining that I have to continue living in Hollywood. But if the tortures of the inquisition were applied and an answer extracted from me, I would have to say that I have never worked with an actress who was more co-operative, less temperamental, and a better workman, to use my term of highest compliment, than Barbara Stanwyck. I have directed, and enjoyed working with, many fine actresses, some whom are also good workmen; but when I count over those of whom my memories are unmarred by any unpleasant recollection of friction on the set or unwillingness to do whatever the role required or squalls of temperament or temper, Barbara’s name is the first that comes to mind, as one whom a director can always count to do her work with all her heart.”
- Cecil B. DeMille

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