friday finds {#5}

Something to remember.


The Eiffel Tower under construction.


Sometimes, it’s the best thing.


HIGH NOON (1952) – Kathy Jurado, Grace Kelly, and Gary Cooper on the set.



Lovely crossover.


It seems that each of these posts is required to have a photo (or nine) of Audrey.


My favorite poster for this movie by far.


They’re fantastic. Really.





7 thoughts on “friday finds {#5}

  1. You have the best Friday finds. I love looking through all the pictures! I could comment on all of the pictures because they’re each so amazing, but to make this comment shorter, I’ll pick a few of the pictures to comment on.
    The picture of the Sound of Silence is very interesting and very beautifully drawn. Silence is such a rare sound that’s hard to find, especially in a city(which is where I live). I have found that silence can be very healing and it is much easier to hear your soul and just even think.
    You can never go wrong with a picture of Audrey Hepburn! Pictures of Audrey Hepburn are even better. ๐Ÿ™‚
    I have not seen that Rear Window poster. Many thanks for sharing it. Did you know that it was recently on the Big screen? Or at least it was a couple of weeks ago. I wanted to go, but we couldn’t because it was during Lent.
    One more comment. I love the last picture. It is so beautiful, especially the dress! Did you find it on Pinterest or can I get the name of the illustrator?


    • Please forgive me. I mentioned Rear Window on the big screen, and I forgot to give you more information. There is this series called Cinemark Classics, and they have classic movies every month. This month didn’t really have any real classic movies (if you consider Tootsie a classic movie). It may be a fall and spring thing where they have old movies (I’m not sure), but I think you would like it.


    • I’m so glad you enjoy them, Ekaterina, because I have a lot of fun putting them together. ๐Ÿ™‚ I agree with you about silence being so rare these days – and living in a house with seven kids like I do isn’t very conducive to finding a few moments of quiet, let me tell you.

      The picture was from Pinterest, but I backtracked and found the link where it originally came from – And I’m sure I’d love seeing Rear Window and other old films on the big screen, but my family has very strict films about movie theatres, so I’m not sure I’d be able to. Thanks for letting me know about it, though!


  2. Hee! That Sherlock Holmes cartoon made me grin.

    Also, loved the photo from High Noon! Katy Jurado’s character is my favorite from the whole movie, but she doesn’t talked about much cuz everyone’s always, “Grace Kelly this, Grace Kelly that.” Even though I actually count Grace Kelly as one of my favorite actresses, her character bugs me a lot in that movie (I have this great impatience with non-supportive women, and it probably started with that movie, cuz I watched it a lot when I was a kid). So anyway, I was pleased to see a behind-the-scenes photo with Jurado in it ๐Ÿ˜€


    • I’m not sure who my favorite character in High Noon is, but I did like Jurado’s character quite a bit. It’ll probably take a re-watch to really cement all my opinions (but I will say that I LOVED the theme song. Very much.) Yep, I found Grace Kelly’s character annoying too, but as I watched Rear Window right afterward, my opinion of Grace herself hasn’t dropped any. ๐Ÿ™‚ I just don’t ‘get’ characters like Amy – never have, and probably never will.


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