goodmorning. i’m going to be home alone for the whole day so i’m happy. 🖤
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"There are certain stars who are not actors. I don't want to be that type." - Natalie Wood
Remembering Natalie Wood on what would have been her 81st birthday. What’s your favorite film of hers?
Photographer Bill Goulding (@talentfortheeyes) took this gorgeous photo of Bette at a star-studded “Tribute to the Fabulous Forties” event in NYC in July 1972. Goulding wrote that “she was so nice and friendly to me.” Thank you for sharing! ❤️
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Ginger Rogers rehearsing a dance routine with choreographer Hermes Pan, 1935.
50 years ago today, on July 20th, 1969, the Moon Landing happened. It was also the last complete Tate family gathering, they all got together at Sharon's home on Cielo drive to watch the broadcast on television.
"She was very pregnant by that time. She came out onto the front porch wearing a little Pucci dress which was a designer of that time, very bold bright colors with a lot of movement. She looked so radiant and so gorgeous. I ran up the front pathway and gave her a big squeeze, dropped down and gouchie gooed her big belly sticking out. It was a moment of peace and contentment. We jumped in that big ol' bed and Sharon was up at the top, I was beside her and as our mother and little sister came in, I scooted myself down to lie across the bottom of the bed because there was too many bodies on there.
That was the last time I saw her that I can recall. I brought her a large tractor tire inner tube. That was her most prized possession in those last few weeks so that she could float weightless in the pool and be comfortable with that big ol' belly."—Debra Tate, in the 2005 documentary called: "Final days of an Icon: Sharon Tate." Photo taken by Jay Sebring at 10050 Cielo drive in late July, or early August, 1969. Sharon is holding her Yorkshire Terrier named Prudence, which her family kept after she passed away.