CAROLE AND FRIENDS

ediesedgwick-sharontate:

Sharon Tate’s entire credited filmography from 1963-1969                            (I am aware that i put eye of the devil in twice) 

70spostergirls:

Lori Saunders starred as Bobbie Jo Bradley in the television series Petticoat Junction (1965-1970). She also Mr. Drysdale’s secretary during the last season of The Beverly Hillbillies.

24femmespersecond:

Lori Saunders with a motorbikeLori Saunders: American actress born Linda Marie Hines, credited as Linda Saunders in The Beach…View Post

24femmespersecond:

Lori Saunders with a motorbike

Lori Saunders: American actress born Linda Marie Hines, credited as Linda Saunders in The Beach…

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lovesharontate:

Linda Kaye, Bea Benaderet, Pat Woodell and Sharon Tate in a publicity still for ‘Petticoat Junction’, 1963.
 She was originally cast in the role of “Billie Jo” on the show, but she walked away on advice due to her manager, Martin Ransohoff. He didn’t feel it was a good launching pad for her career.

lovesharontate:

Linda Kaye, Bea Benaderet, Pat Woodell and Sharon Tate in a publicity still for ‘Petticoat Junction’, 1963.

She was originally cast in the role of “Billie Jo” on the show, but she walked away on advice due to her manager, Martin Ransohoff. He didn’t feel it was a good launching pad for her career.

salsmineo:

Summer Movie List — 7 / ? → The Women [1939]

Oh, you remember the awful things they said about what’s-her-name before she jumped out the window? There. You see? I can’t even remember her name so who cares?
inlovewithaudreyhepburn:

Oh. so this is what happens when you pause The Women for just a hot second….. I can’t breathe.  

inlovewithaudreyhepburn:

Oh. so this is what happens when you pause The Women for just a hot second….. I can’t breathe.  

tracylord:

At the end of shooting The Women, Norma threw a great party on set, with an orchestra for dancing. One of the guests was Ernst Lubitsch. He told Rosalind Russell “mischievously” that if she wanted all her close-ups in the movie, she better dance with Norma. Rosalind went to Norma and told her what Lubitsch had said. Norma “who gave one of her most brilliant smiles and  held our her arm. Cheek to cheek they whirled past Lubitsch.

tracylord:

At the end of shooting The Women, Norma threw a great party on set, with an orchestra for dancing. One of the guests was Ernst Lubitsch. He told Rosalind Russell “mischievously” that if she wanted all her close-ups in the movie, she better dance with Norma. Rosalind went to Norma and told her what Lubitsch had said. Norma “who gave one of her most brilliant smiles and  held our her arm. Cheek to cheek they whirled past Lubitsch.

cinemasavage:

The Women (Dir. George Cukor, 1939)