1. immortal-autumn:

Goodbye August on We Heart It.


    Goodbye August on We Heart It.

  2. "

    It has been decided that Halloween season officially begins on September 1 and lasts until 11:59 p.m., October 31. There is far too much to see, do, taste, touch, listen to, scare, hide and/or run from to contain within the 31 available days in October.

    Thank you for your cooperation.


    Evil Supply Company official press release
    August 30, 2012 at 12:56 PM Central, USA (via evilsupplyco)

    2nd annual re-issue: August 31, 2013 at 10:51 AM Central, USA

    (via evilsupplyco)

    3rd annual re-issue: August 31, 2014 at 11:15 AM Central, USA

    (via evilsupplyco)

  3. gloriaswanson:

    Smilin’ Through (1932)

  4. hucknshred:

Ruins of the Maribel Hotel 



    Ruins of the Maribel Hotel 


  5. "Because lying to your kids about sex helps nobody. Telling them that sex is “only between mommies and daddies” is a lie that leads to confused, hormone charged teenagers. Telling them that sex is “only something that happens when two people love each other very much” is a lie that causes hormone charged teenagers to confuse “love” with “lust,” or “obsession.” It leads to leaps of logic like, “If I have sex with them, we must be in love.” Or worse- “If I love them, I have to have sex with them.” And how many teenage tragedies are based on that misconception?"
  6. gildedhistory:

Diana and the Stag  1550-1554
Jean Goujon


    Diana and the Stag  1550-1554

    Jean Goujon

  7. littlehorrorshop:

    Happy Birthday Rose Joan Blondell! Born August 30 1906

    Joan in “Remember My Forgotten Man” from Gold Diggers of 1933

    "I did something extraordinary in that number, too, when I had Joan Blondell sing the song because Joan Blondell couldn’t sing. But I knew she could act it. I knew she could ‘talk it’ and put over the drama for me" - Busby Berkeley

    Joan is galvanizing in “Remember My Forgotten Man.” In her few moments with the song she is sultry, vulnerable, bitter, and yearning. She is then followed by the magnificent Etta Moten, who provides the song a vocal melody. Later still, the soldiers, then bums, make for a powerful musicalization of politics and history. “Remember My Forgotten Man” is perhaps the most socially urgent song ever conceived for an American musical film.

    Though it is specific to the Depression and the treatment of World War I veterans in a nation wanting for food and work, “Remember My Forgotten Man” has never gone out of date. What is government’s responsibility to the dispossessed? What are the effects of war and neglect on women? Joan’s character speaks to an ambivalence of the moment when she looks at a hard-luck veteran and says, “I don’t know if he deserves a bit of sympathy.” As someone reduced to streetwalking, the question could be asked of her as well. In six minutes and forty-five seconds, Berkeley treats us to prostitution, homelessness, veterans marching in the rain, bread lines, and desolate womanhood. The final image is a three-layered design of choreographic genius. In the back is a human canvas of marching soldiers in silhouette on multileveled semicircular pathways. In the middle is Joan, her arms outstretched in V formation for the final tableau. Surrounding her is a mass of hungry men, the former vets. They reach out to her in communion, each a victim of society’s betrayal.

    From Joan Blondell: A Life Between Takes by Matthew Kennedy

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