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oldhollywood: Anthony Perkins in The Trial (1962, dir. Orson  Welles) (photo by Roger Corbeau, via Orson Welles at Work)

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oldhollywoodAnthony Perkins in The Trial (1962, dir. Orson Welles) (photo by Roger Corbeau, via Orson Welles at Work)

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oldhollywood:

Maurice Jarre - Overture (Lawrence of Arabia: Original Soundtrack Recording)

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oldhollywood:

Peter O’Toole communes with his co-star on the set of Lawrence of Arabia (1962, dir. David Lean)
“[In Lawrence of Arabia,] there was a famous scene of a charge in which my face was described by Time magazine as with a look of ‘messianic determination’ as we charged
…The day of the charge, we were given Moroccan plow camels, who had never had a human being on their hump. We were doing a mile down a shaley hill - 50 camels and 400 horses. It was going to be very dangerous indeed. So I went to the caravan which Omar [Sharif] and I were sharing. As you may know, Omar is a gambling man. He was looking very solemn.
He said, ‘I’m working up the odds, Peter….whether or not the camel will fall over, or whether I will fall off the camel. The odds on the camel falling over are 6:4 against, but the odds of me falling off the camel are even money.’ I saw the sense of that so I asked, ‘What do you intend to do?’ He said, ‘I’m going to tie myself onto the camel.’ 
I thought, well, I don’t really fancy being adhered to a camel. So I said, ‘I’m not going to do that, Omar. I’m going to get drunk.’ And Omar said, ‘Oh, I’m going to get drunk as well.’ So we got a bottle of brandy and two bottles of milk and we drank the brandy and the milk. And of course by this time we were supremely confident of doing anything. So he was tied to the camel. Off went the rockets - boom! - and of course the camels, out of sheer terror, bolted.
And this look of ‘messianic determination’ on my face was, in fact, a drunk actor.”

oldhollywood:

Peter O’Toole communes with his co-star on the set of Lawrence of Arabia (1962, dir. David Lean)

“[In Lawrence of Arabia,] there was a famous scene of a charge in which my face was described by Time magazine as with a look of ‘messianic determination’ as we charged

…The day of the charge, we were given Moroccan plow camels, who had never had a human being on their hump. We were doing a mile down a shaley hill - 50 camels and 400 horses. It was going to be very dangerous indeed. So I went to the caravan which Omar [Sharif] and I were sharing. As you may know, Omar is a gambling man. He was looking very solemn.

He said, ‘I’m working up the odds, Peter….whether or not the camel will fall over, or whether I will fall off the camel. The odds on the camel falling over are 6:4 against, but the odds of me falling off the camel are even money.’ I saw the sense of that so I asked, ‘What do you intend to do?’ He said, ‘I’m going to tie myself onto the camel.’ 

I thought, well, I don’t really fancy being adhered to a camel. So I said, ‘I’m not going to do that, Omar. I’m going to get drunk.’ And Omar said, ‘Oh, I’m going to get drunk as well.’ So we got a bottle of brandy and two bottles of milk and we drank the brandy and the milk. And of course by this time we were supremely confident of doing anything. So he was tied to the camel. Off went the rockets - boom! - and of course the camels, out of sheer terror, bolted.

And this look of ‘messianic determination’ on my face was, in fact, a drunk actor.”

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liquidnight:

Thomas Hoepker
A young boy looking through an East German border guard’s binoculars towards the west
Berlin, 1963
From Photographien 1955-2005

liquidnight:

Thomas Hoepker

A young boy looking through an East German border guard’s binoculars towards the west

Berlin, 1963

From Photographien 1955-2005

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oldhollywood:

Anthony Perkins in The Trial (1962, dir. Orson Welles)
“Someone must have been slandering Josef K., for one morning, without having done anything wrong, he was arrested.”
-Franz Kafka, The Trial

oldhollywood:

Anthony Perkins in The Trial (1962, dir. Orson Welles)

“Someone must have been slandering Josef K., for one morning, without having done anything wrong, he was arrested.”

-Franz Kafka, The Trial

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oldhollywood:

Paul Newman & Robert Redford in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969, dir. George Roy Hill)

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Paul Newman & Robert Redford in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969, dir. George Roy Hill)

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liquidnight:

Paul Schutzer
“Young girl gazing pensively through the pane of her apartment window which grimly reflects the image of barbed wire fencing that tops the nearby Berlin wall.”
West Berlin, Germany, December 1962
[From the LIFE magazine Photo Archive]

liquidnight:

Paul Schutzer

“Young girl gazing pensively through the pane of her apartment window which grimly reflects the image of barbed wire fencing that tops the nearby Berlin wall.”

West Berlin, Germany, December 1962

[From the LIFE magazine Photo Archive]

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oldhollywood:

Ketty Lester - I’m a Fool to Want You

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firsttimeuser: Statue of Liberty, 1967 by David Plowden

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firsttimeuser: Statue of Liberty, 1967 by David Plowden

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naturalbornworldshakers:

BOB DYLAN
Circa 1963, Greenwich Village, NY.  Much has been made about why Dylan chose to roll a tire for this photo shoot in New York in 1963.  But Marshall insists there was no cryptic reasoning for it. “He just picked up a tire that was nearby and rolled it, that’s the end of it.”  –Photograph © Jim Marshall
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naturalbornworldshakers:

BOB DYLAN

Circa 1963, Greenwich Village, NY.  Much has been made about why Dylan chose to roll a tire for this photo shoot in New York in 1963.  But Marshall insists there was no cryptic reasoning for it. “He just picked up a tire that was nearby and rolled it, that’s the end of it.”  –Photograph © Jim Marshall

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