Marlon Brando photographed by Phil Stern, behind the scenes of Guys and Dolls, 1955.
Montgomery Clift photographed by Stanley Kubrick in NYC, 1949.
Marilyn Monroe in 1956 © Cecil Beaton.
Marilyn at the St. Jude Hospital Foundation charity benefit with the Ames Brothers at the Hollywood Bowl, 1953.
A rare candid of Marilyn Monroe in New York City, 1960 © Paul Slade.
The greatest terror a child can have is that he is not loved, and rejection is the hell he fears. - John Steinbeck, East of Eden
Bus Stop (1956)
On the set of Grand Hotel (1932)
"I slept in Frank’s pajamas, at least the top half of them, and the next day we walked along the empty beach, me in the bottom half of my travel suit and Frank’s jacket. Naturally a photographer was lying in wait and snapped a shot of us, barefoot, holding hands. I’ve always thought it was a sad little photograph, a sad little commentary on our lives then. We were simply two young people so much in love, and the world wouldn’t leave us alone for a second." – Ava Gardner
Ava Gardner and Cyd Charisse, 1940s
Marilyn Monroe, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes 1953.