‘Every part is approached in the same manner - gleaning all I can from what the author has written. When called for, I add reaction to any given circumstance such as I’ve witnessed and observed in others through life, applying the emotion in terms of the character as opposed to the way I might react personally.’
”Total dedication; and this is the answer to why Peter Cushing is an actor. Total dedication. Total! The most professional actor I have ever worked with. And I’m not going to say underrated, because he isn’t underrated. He’s highly regarded all over the world as a brilliant actor, and deservedly so.”- Christopher Lee

    ‘Every part is approached in the same manner - gleaning all I can from what the author has written. When called for, I add reaction to any given circumstance such as I’ve witnessed and observed in others through life, applying the emotion in terms of the character as opposed to the way I might react personally.’
”Total dedication; and this is the answer to why Peter Cushing is an actor. Total dedication. Total! The most professional actor I have ever worked with. And I’m not going to say underrated, because he isn’t underrated. He’s highly regarded all over the world as a brilliant actor, and deservedly so.”- Christopher Lee

    ‘Every part is approached in the same manner - gleaning all I can from what the author has written. When called for, I add reaction to any given circumstance such as I’ve witnessed and observed in others through life, applying the emotion in terms of the character as opposed to the way I might react personally.’
”Total dedication; and this is the answer to why Peter Cushing is an actor. Total dedication. Total! The most professional actor I have ever worked with. And I’m not going to say underrated, because he isn’t underrated. He’s highly regarded all over the world as a brilliant actor, and deservedly so.”- Christopher Lee

    ‘Every part is approached in the same manner - gleaning all I can from what the author has written. When called for, I add reaction to any given circumstance such as I’ve witnessed and observed in others through life, applying the emotion in terms of the character as opposed to the way I might react personally.’
”Total dedication; and this is the answer to why Peter Cushing is an actor. Total dedication. Total! The most professional actor I have ever worked with. And I’m not going to say underrated, because he isn’t underrated. He’s highly regarded all over the world as a brilliant actor, and deservedly so.”- Christopher Lee

    ‘Every part is approached in the same manner - gleaning all I can from what the author has written. When called for, I add reaction to any given circumstance such as I’ve witnessed and observed in others through life, applying the emotion in terms of the character as opposed to the way I might react personally.’
”Total dedication; and this is the answer to why Peter Cushing is an actor. Total dedication. Total! The most professional actor I have ever worked with. And I’m not going to say underrated, because he isn’t underrated. He’s highly regarded all over the world as a brilliant actor, and deservedly so.”- Christopher Lee

    ‘Every part is approached in the same manner - gleaning all I can from what the author has written. When called for, I add reaction to any given circumstance such as I’ve witnessed and observed in others through life, applying the emotion in terms of the character as opposed to the way I might react personally.’
”Total dedication; and this is the answer to why Peter Cushing is an actor. Total dedication. Total! The most professional actor I have ever worked with. And I’m not going to say underrated, because he isn’t underrated. He’s highly regarded all over the world as a brilliant actor, and deservedly so.”- Christopher Lee

    ‘Every part is approached in the same manner - gleaning all I can from what the author has written. When called for, I add reaction to any given circumstance such as I’ve witnessed and observed in others through life, applying the emotion in terms of the character as opposed to the way I might react personally.’
”Total dedication; and this is the answer to why Peter Cushing is an actor. Total dedication. Total! The most professional actor I have ever worked with. And I’m not going to say underrated, because he isn’t underrated. He’s highly regarded all over the world as a brilliant actor, and deservedly so.”- Christopher Lee

    ‘Every part is approached in the same manner - gleaning all I can from what the author has written. When called for, I add reaction to any given circumstance such as I’ve witnessed and observed in others through life, applying the emotion in terms of the character as opposed to the way I might react personally.’
”Total dedication; and this is the answer to why Peter Cushing is an actor. Total dedication. Total! The most professional actor I have ever worked with. And I’m not going to say underrated, because he isn’t underrated. He’s highly regarded all over the world as a brilliant actor, and deservedly so.”- Christopher Lee

    ‘Every part is approached in the same manner - gleaning all I can from what the author has written. When called for, I add reaction to any given circumstance such as I’ve witnessed and observed in others through life, applying the emotion in terms of the character as opposed to the way I might react personally.’
”Total dedication; and this is the answer to why Peter Cushing is an actor. Total dedication. Total! The most professional actor I have ever worked with. And I’m not going to say underrated, because he isn’t underrated. He’s highly regarded all over the world as a brilliant actor, and deservedly so.”- Christopher Lee

    ‘Every part is approached in the same manner - gleaning all I can from what the author has written. When called for, I add reaction to any given circumstance such as I’ve witnessed and observed in others through life, applying the emotion in terms of the character as opposed to the way I might react personally.’

”Total dedication; and this is the answer to why Peter Cushing is an actor. Total dedication. Total! The most professional actor I have ever worked with. And I’m not going to say underrated, because he isn’t underrated. He’s highly regarded all over the world as a brilliant actor, and deservedly so.”- Christopher Lee

flammentanz:

Lionel Atwill as Doctor Xavier in the wonderful atmospheric horror classic “Doctor X” (1932) 

"That moon, mixed with this other light, it’s too ghastly."
"One of us in this room may be a murderer. A murderer who killed by the light of a full moon, leaving his victim’s body mutilated. A cannibal.”
"It is my theory that one of us in the past, through dire necessity, was driven to cannibalism. The memory of that act was hammered like a nail into the mind of that man.  Shrewd and brilliant, he could conceal his madness from the human eye. Even from himself. But he can’t conceal it from the eyes of the radio sensitivity.”

flammentanz:

Lionel Atwill as Doctor Xavier in the wonderful atmospheric horror classic “Doctor X” (1932) 

"That moon, mixed with this other light, it’s too ghastly."
"One of us in this room may be a murderer. A murderer who killed by the light of a full moon, leaving his victim’s body mutilated. A cannibal.”
"It is my theory that one of us in the past, through dire necessity, was driven to cannibalism. The memory of that act was hammered like a nail into the mind of that man.  Shrewd and brilliant, he could conceal his madness from the human eye. Even from himself. But he can’t conceal it from the eyes of the radio sensitivity.”

flammentanz:

Lionel Atwill as Doctor Xavier in the wonderful atmospheric horror classic “Doctor X” (1932) 

"That moon, mixed with this other light, it’s too ghastly."
"One of us in this room may be a murderer. A murderer who killed by the light of a full moon, leaving his victim’s body mutilated. A cannibal.”
"It is my theory that one of us in the past, through dire necessity, was driven to cannibalism. The memory of that act was hammered like a nail into the mind of that man.  Shrewd and brilliant, he could conceal his madness from the human eye. Even from himself. But he can’t conceal it from the eyes of the radio sensitivity.”

flammentanz:

Lionel Atwill as Doctor Xavier in the wonderful atmospheric horror classic “Doctor X” (1932) 

"That moon, mixed with this other light, it’s too ghastly."
"One of us in this room may be a murderer. A murderer who killed by the light of a full moon, leaving his victim’s body mutilated. A cannibal.”
"It is my theory that one of us in the past, through dire necessity, was driven to cannibalism. The memory of that act was hammered like a nail into the mind of that man.  Shrewd and brilliant, he could conceal his madness from the human eye. Even from himself. But he can’t conceal it from the eyes of the radio sensitivity.”

flammentanz:

Lionel Atwill as Doctor Xavier in the wonderful atmospheric horror classic “Doctor X” (1932) 

"That moon, mixed with this other light, it’s too ghastly."
"One of us in this room may be a murderer. A murderer who killed by the light of a full moon, leaving his victim’s body mutilated. A cannibal.”
"It is my theory that one of us in the past, through dire necessity, was driven to cannibalism. The memory of that act was hammered like a nail into the mind of that man.  Shrewd and brilliant, he could conceal his madness from the human eye. Even from himself. But he can’t conceal it from the eyes of the radio sensitivity.”

flammentanz:

Lionel Atwill as Doctor Xavier in the wonderful atmospheric horror classic “Doctor X” (1932) 

"That moon, mixed with this other light, it’s too ghastly."
"One of us in this room may be a murderer. A murderer who killed by the light of a full moon, leaving his victim’s body mutilated. A cannibal.”
"It is my theory that one of us in the past, through dire necessity, was driven to cannibalism. The memory of that act was hammered like a nail into the mind of that man.  Shrewd and brilliant, he could conceal his madness from the human eye. Even from himself. But he can’t conceal it from the eyes of the radio sensitivity.”

flammentanz:

Lionel Atwill as Doctor Xavier in the wonderful atmospheric horror classic “Doctor X” (1932) 

"That moon, mixed with this other light, it’s too ghastly."
"One of us in this room may be a murderer. A murderer who killed by the light of a full moon, leaving his victim’s body mutilated. A cannibal.”
"It is my theory that one of us in the past, through dire necessity, was driven to cannibalism. The memory of that act was hammered like a nail into the mind of that man.  Shrewd and brilliant, he could conceal his madness from the human eye. Even from himself. But he can’t conceal it from the eyes of the radio sensitivity.”

flammentanz:

Lionel Atwill as Doctor Xavier in the wonderful atmospheric horror classic “Doctor X” (1932) 

"That moon, mixed with this other light, it’s too ghastly."
"One of us in this room may be a murderer. A murderer who killed by the light of a full moon, leaving his victim’s body mutilated. A cannibal.”
"It is my theory that one of us in the past, through dire necessity, was driven to cannibalism. The memory of that act was hammered like a nail into the mind of that man.  Shrewd and brilliant, he could conceal his madness from the human eye. Even from himself. But he can’t conceal it from the eyes of the radio sensitivity.”

flammentanz:

Lionel Atwill as Doctor Xavier in the wonderful atmospheric horror classic “Doctor X” (1932) 

"That moon, mixed with this other light, it’s too ghastly."

"One of us in this room may be a murderer. A murderer who killed by the light of a full moon, leaving his victim’s body mutilated. A cannibal.”

"It is my theory that one of us in the past, through dire necessity, was driven to cannibalism. The memory of that act was hammered like a nail into the mind of that man.  Shrewd and brilliant, he could conceal his madness from the human eye. Even from himself. But he can’t conceal it from the eyes of the radio sensitivity.”

idlesuperstar:

Portman and Claude flirting their way through The Prince and the Pauper
idlesuperstar:

Portman and Claude flirting their way through The Prince and the Pauper
idlesuperstar:

Portman and Claude flirting their way through The Prince and the Pauper
idlesuperstar:

Portman and Claude flirting their way through The Prince and the Pauper

idlesuperstar:

Portman and Claude flirting their way through The Prince and the Pauper

weirandwonderful:

The Father of the house, Cecil Parkinson

ahahahahahahahahaha.

akahades:

I just wanted to make an Avon gifset. Because reasons. Like how the hell is he so damned pretty?
akahades:

I just wanted to make an Avon gifset. Because reasons. Like how the hell is he so damned pretty?
akahades:

I just wanted to make an Avon gifset. Because reasons. Like how the hell is he so damned pretty?
akahades:

I just wanted to make an Avon gifset. Because reasons. Like how the hell is he so damned pretty?
akahades:

I just wanted to make an Avon gifset. Because reasons. Like how the hell is he so damned pretty?
akahades:

I just wanted to make an Avon gifset. Because reasons. Like how the hell is he so damned pretty?

akahades:

I just wanted to make an Avon gifset. Because reasons. Like how the hell is he so damned pretty?

cleowho:

"Steady on, old girl."
The Ark in Space - season 12 - 1975
cleowho:

"Steady on, old girl."
The Ark in Space - season 12 - 1975
cleowho:

"Steady on, old girl."
The Ark in Space - season 12 - 1975
cleowho:

"Steady on, old girl."
The Ark in Space - season 12 - 1975

cleowho:

"Steady on, old girl."

The Ark in Space - season 12 - 1975

jasecarson:

”Rope of Sand”, 1949 - publicity photo

L-R: Burt Lancaster, Corinne Calvet, Claude Rains, Paul Henreid

chaplinandkeaton:

littlebitsofchaplin:


Real Charlie Chaplin vs Chaplin movie (1992)

Quite similar most of the time! (Although Robert Downey, Jr. looked something strange while making the speech of The Great Dictator.)

I know right. You can see that he has a blonde streak in his hair…. Why on earth blonde?
chaplinandkeaton:

littlebitsofchaplin:


Real Charlie Chaplin vs Chaplin movie (1992)

Quite similar most of the time! (Although Robert Downey, Jr. looked something strange while making the speech of The Great Dictator.)

I know right. You can see that he has a blonde streak in his hair…. Why on earth blonde?
chaplinandkeaton:

littlebitsofchaplin:


Real Charlie Chaplin vs Chaplin movie (1992)

Quite similar most of the time! (Although Robert Downey, Jr. looked something strange while making the speech of The Great Dictator.)

I know right. You can see that he has a blonde streak in his hair…. Why on earth blonde?
chaplinandkeaton:

littlebitsofchaplin:


Real Charlie Chaplin vs Chaplin movie (1992)

Quite similar most of the time! (Although Robert Downey, Jr. looked something strange while making the speech of The Great Dictator.)

I know right. You can see that he has a blonde streak in his hair…. Why on earth blonde?

chaplinandkeaton:

littlebitsofchaplin:

Real Charlie Chaplin vs Chaplin movie (1992)

Quite similar most of the time! (Although Robert Downey, Jr. looked something strange while making the speech of The Great Dictator.)

I know right. You can see that he has a blonde streak in his hair…. Why on earth blonde?

timelessaudrey:

On the set of Love in the afternoon
timelessaudrey:

On the set of Love in the afternoon
timelessaudrey:

On the set of Love in the afternoon
timelessaudrey:

On the set of Love in the afternoon

timelessaudrey:

On the set of Love in the afternoon

lapitiedangereuse:

 Paris. French singer and actor Maurice CHEVALIER. 1954.

lapitiedangereuse:

 Paris. French singer and actor Maurice CHEVALIER. 1954.

don56:

"Gigi (1958)
The day after the movie won nine Oscars, M.G.M telephone operators were instructed to answer all phone calls with “Hello, M-Gigi-M.”
don56:

"Gigi (1958)
The day after the movie won nine Oscars, M.G.M telephone operators were instructed to answer all phone calls with “Hello, M-Gigi-M.”
don56:

"Gigi (1958)
The day after the movie won nine Oscars, M.G.M telephone operators were instructed to answer all phone calls with “Hello, M-Gigi-M.”
don56:

"Gigi (1958)
The day after the movie won nine Oscars, M.G.M telephone operators were instructed to answer all phone calls with “Hello, M-Gigi-M.”
don56:

"Gigi (1958)
The day after the movie won nine Oscars, M.G.M telephone operators were instructed to answer all phone calls with “Hello, M-Gigi-M.”

don56:

"Gigi (1958)

The day after the movie won nine Oscars, M.G.M telephone operators were instructed to answer all phone calls with “Hello, M-Gigi-M.”

4kare:

Love in the Afternoon (1957)
   Director Billy Wilder salutes his idol, Ernst Lubitsch, with this comedy about a middle-aged playboy fascinated by the daughter of a private detective who has been hired to entrap him with the wife of a client.
IMDb Raiting : 7.4
Director : Billy Wilder
Screenplay : Billy Wilder, 2 more credit »
Stars : Gary Cooper, Audrey Hepburn, Maurice Chevalier 
Genres : Comedy | Romance | Drama
4kare:

Love in the Afternoon (1957)
   Director Billy Wilder salutes his idol, Ernst Lubitsch, with this comedy about a middle-aged playboy fascinated by the daughter of a private detective who has been hired to entrap him with the wife of a client.
IMDb Raiting : 7.4
Director : Billy Wilder
Screenplay : Billy Wilder, 2 more credit »
Stars : Gary Cooper, Audrey Hepburn, Maurice Chevalier 
Genres : Comedy | Romance | Drama
4kare:

Love in the Afternoon (1957)
   Director Billy Wilder salutes his idol, Ernst Lubitsch, with this comedy about a middle-aged playboy fascinated by the daughter of a private detective who has been hired to entrap him with the wife of a client.
IMDb Raiting : 7.4
Director : Billy Wilder
Screenplay : Billy Wilder, 2 more credit »
Stars : Gary Cooper, Audrey Hepburn, Maurice Chevalier 
Genres : Comedy | Romance | Drama
4kare:

Love in the Afternoon (1957)
   Director Billy Wilder salutes his idol, Ernst Lubitsch, with this comedy about a middle-aged playboy fascinated by the daughter of a private detective who has been hired to entrap him with the wife of a client.
IMDb Raiting : 7.4
Director : Billy Wilder
Screenplay : Billy Wilder, 2 more credit »
Stars : Gary Cooper, Audrey Hepburn, Maurice Chevalier 
Genres : Comedy | Romance | Drama

4kare:

Love in the Afternoon (1957)

   Director Billy Wilder salutes his idol, Ernst Lubitsch, with this comedy about a middle-aged playboy fascinated by the daughter of a private detective who has been hired to entrap him with the wife of a client.

IMDb Raiting : 7.4

Director : Billy Wilder

Screenplay : Billy Wilder, 2 more credit »

Stars : Gary CooperAudrey HepburnMaurice Chevalier 

Genres : Comedy | Romance | Drama