friday finds {#19}

{Been a while since I’ve done one of these, eh?}

TO DO.

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Edith Head and Alfred Hitchcock discussing the costumes for Notorious while Ingrid Bergman looks on. (Incidentally, my favorite Hitchcock film.)

It’s a no-brainer, really. #TEAMCAP

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Awwwwww.

1950s McDonald’s – can you believe it?

Audrey Hepburn with her mother.

The end of an era.

Audrey touching up her make-up.

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🙂

I agree so much.

Eva

P.S. This is my 200th post!

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friday finds {#18}

This isn’t from Pinterest – it’s my writing space. I thought some of you might like a peek at it.

Ha!:

Most relatable thing I’ve seen this week.

Grace Kelly cutting Alfred Hitchcock’s hair on the set of To Catch a Thief.

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Audrey with her son, Sean.

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🙂

AWWWWWWWWWWWWWW.:

Hailee Steinfeld and Jeff Bridges // I LOVE THIS SO MUCH.

Debutante ball in Harlem. // This is so cool!

Actually something I worry about.

*snifffffff*

Jimmy Stewart.  Because jumping off the furniture never really gets old.

Jimmy Stewart. Because jumping off the furniture never really gets old.

Eva

friday finds {#17}

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Audrey with Mr Famous.

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Newsies praying before they go on.

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It’s what I try to do.

Clint Eastwood playing golf on the set of The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. (Kinda random, but still cool.)

 

Lily James meeting Cinderella fans.

Antique photo from around 1900 of a doting mother and child dressed in their spring finery. (Photographer unknown.) // Isn’t this gorgeous???

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Very handy. 🙂

Prince Rainier and Princess Grace ❤

Yes!:

How I’ve felt this past week, planning for NaNoWriMo.

Fan-made collage for The Blue Castle. (LOOOOOVE it!)

Eva

friday finds {#16}

On the set of Paris When It Sizzles. 🙂

Oh my word. *almost crying*

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Awesome.

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“Nothing can prepare you for the end.” SO. TRUE. (Also, isn’t this poster fabulous?)

Guilty.:

Yup.

Grace Kelly with her wedding party (1956):

Grace Kelly with her wedding party (1956).

Love this picture! (Behind the scenes – Raiders of the Lost Ark)

American woman teaching English boys to dance the Charleston. Great Britain – 1925.

😀

Smart mom.

Eva

friday finds {#15}

Jem and Dog Monday // If this doesn’t make your heart melt, then nothing will.

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Me, basically.

Edith Head - so classic (designer - think Audry Hepburn):

She’s awesome.

Indiana Jones:

AWWWWWWWWWW.

This one literally made me laugh out loud. 😀

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She’s always been lovely.

Can I just say that I’d love to be her?

This is what every restaurant/cafe/coffee house needs.

Um. I have a question. What is random-guy-who-lends-Vin-his-shotgun doing on this poster?

Russell Crowe teaching Samantha Barks how to box on the set of Les Miserables.

Eva

friday finds {#14}

I love this sentiment AND the fact that this picture was drawn by a good friend of mine.

Read allllll the books!

Forget about any picture that I ever said was my favorite. THIS is my favorite.

True, that.

Hehe.

Okay, I just love this poster, that’s all.

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Jane Austen always knew exactly what to say and exactly how to say it.

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Sounds like fun, right? RIGHT?

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LOVE.

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And I love this, too. (Btw, can anyone identify the film that’s being shown?)

Eva

friday finds {#13}

Sad to say, this will probably be my last Friday Finds post for quite some time.  The Internet situation at the new house (which we’ll be moving into this Monday!!!) is quite different from what I’m used to (there’s very little connection out in the spot where we’re moving to), so until I get a schedule worked out, picture-heavy posts like this will be a thing of the past.  Unfortunately.  But I do love doing these, so I’ll get back on track as soon as possible.  And that’s a promise.

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Oh, the accuracy…

Ooooooh!

Jeremy Jordan, Corey Cott, Dan DeLuca…

A soldier reads a letter from home.

Sammy Davis Jr, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, and Joey Bishop clowning around on the set of Ocean’s 11. (THESE GUYS.)

I’d totally read this.

Love them both. 🙂

There’s nothing better than Shakespeare.

These bright colors on Audrey are fantastic.

Truth.

Eva