guys I totally didn’t realise I was on people’s follow forever thank you so much i wish I know you well enough to make one of my own


Dean Martin and Audrey Hepburn enjoy a friendly hug on the set of Sabrina, 1953. 

Marilyn Monroe, Lauren Bacall and Betty Grable in How to Marry a Millionaire (1953)



Jimmy Stewart impersonating Bette Davis on The Dean Martin Show

This is why he is an Oscar winning actor.
Audrey Hepburn on the set of Sabrina, 1953.

grantscary said: the voice break when he’s saying something about how he wants to be worthy of marrying her ;__;

oh my gosh I know, who said that was okay i mean seriously

someone should have warned me about an affair to remember my heart can’t handle that kind of emotion

Audrey Hepburn. Photographed by Terry O’Neill. (1967)

He had a great sense of humor — real, true wit, was highly intelligent — an avid reader. A total professional who had no patience with self-indulgent actors. His face had everything in it — many lines, smiles, love, wickedness, sensitivity, wisdom. The sight of Spence was always an experience. If it was unexpected, it lifted my spirits, made me feel warm; if the meeting was planned, that day was invariably a better day than the one before.

[…] I might say Spencer always affected me the way the Lincoln Memorial does — except that he was not a monument, too human, too real. But he was larger than life — a special event at all times to me, one of my life’s bonuses.Lauren Bacall (By Myself and Then Some)


Audrey Hepburn


The notorious character type who bobbed her hair, smoke cigarettes, drank gin, sported short skirts, and passed her evenings in steamy jazz clubs, where she danced in a shockingly immodest fashion with a revolving cast of male suitors.”

“The New Woman of the 1920s boldly asserted her right to dance, drink, smoke, and date— to work her own property, to live free of the structures that governed her mother’s generation. (…) She flouted Victorian-era conventions and scandalized her parents. In many ways, she controlled her own destiny”

Publicity for Breakfast at Tiffany’s, released in 1961 and directed by Blake Edwards. 


Audrey Hepburn with William Holden in Paris When it Sizzles.


Rare modeling pictures of a pre-famous Audrey Hepburn, 1946. SOURCE