19-year-old Brazilian fangirl, graduating in Languages, Portuguese and English. In a perfect world, I'd have been born in 1902, I would have married Fred Astaire, and I would be best friends with Bette Davis.
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After watching a section of Broadway Melody of 1940, Cary Grant whispered to me, “Who do you think did Fred’s clothes?” Cary had just gone crazy over the white tuxedo that Fred wore. There was Cary, one of the great fashion figures in all of Hollywood, asking where Fred got his clothes. - Jack Haley Jr.
3 of 14 musical number in Easter Parade (1948): ‘Snookey Ookums.’
So I finally cracked open my Princess Diaries special edition dvd, and immediately went to the bloopers, as you do, and decided that the internet needed even more reasons to love Julie Andrews. You’re welcome.
parenting done right
Never not reblog Morticia Addams
I love the expression on her face in the last one. “Can you believe she was going to use such a small blade?”
Judy Garland in outtakes of the deleted scene where she sings “Mr. Monotony” in Easter Parade, c. November 1947 (she would go on to use the same outfit in Summer Stock.)
"I’ve had two years to grow claws mother. Jungle red!"
The Women (1939)
People who say “that was the greatest year for movies” and aren’t talking about 1939 are bad people and wrong about everything.
Julie Andrews on how she got the part in Mary Poppins.
when walt fucking disney waits for you then you are the absolute queen of everything
She handed David Tennant a best actor award. He’s probably still trying to swallow that concept…