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Reese Witherspoon In Water For Elephants. Saw the movie. Probably will not go to another circus ever! Circus Show, Circus Art, Circus Theme, Reese Witherspoon, Art Du Cirque, Circus Aesthetic, Trick Riding, Circo Vintage, Water For Elephants

Water for Elephants Photo: Water For Elephants stills

Photo of Water For Elephants stills for fans of Water for Elephants 24942026

So many expressions in this film. Vivien Leigh Scarlett O'Hara Gone With the Wind Scarlett O'hara, Scarlett Dresses, Vivien Leigh, Old Hollywood Glamour, Vintage Hollywood, Classic Hollywood, Divas, Clark Gable, Old Movies

Famous Jewelry In The Movies, Vol 4: Gone With The Wind

When thinking of famous jewelry in the movies, Gone With The Wind isn’t a file that typically springs to mind But we shouldn't let that stop us.

Water for Elephants Circus Costume Vintage Circus Costume, Vintage Carnival, Circus Art, Circus Theme, Dark Circus, Robert Pattinson, Art Du Cirque, Elephant Costumes, Circus Fashion

Interview With Water For Elephants’ Costume Designer Jacqueline West

In Water For Elephants, costume designer Jacqueline West helps Robert Pattinson, Reese Witherspoon and Christoph Waltz to recreate the whimsical glamour of 1930’s circus life. Jacqueline, a fashion designer by trade, got her start working with director Philip Kaufman (Indiana Jones) and has designed costumes for award winning films including The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button and League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen. We spoke to Jacqueline about what it was like to run away with the circus and…

Reese Witherspoon riding bareback on an Elephant (Water for elephants) . Old Circus, Circus Art, Circus Clown, Night Circus, Circus Theme, Vintage Circus, Circus Tattoo, Water For Elephants, Circus Elephants

Join the circus for a serious workout

To celebrate the DVD released of Water For Elephants on Monday, Jo Kessel and her children run away and join the circus – and get a serious workout at the same time.

  Marilyn Monroe Artwork, Marilyn Monroe Portrait, Marylin Monroe, Marilyn Monroe Makeup, Classic Hollywood, Old Hollywood, Maquillage Marilyn Monroe, Best Workwear, Milton Greene

Makeup Trends in last Century

1900 Women would wear less make up as commonly the sex workers and associates were popular to wear make up. So the women tried to keep their make up as a secret to avoid unwanted attention. Women w…

Scarlett O’Hara + Slapping Slaptastic ! Classic Hollywood, Old Hollywood, North And South, Scarlett O'hara, Tomorrow Is Another Day, Romance, Vivien Leigh, Gone With The Wind, Star Wars


melvyndouglas-deactivated201405: “ Scarlett O’Hara + Slapping ” Slaptastic !!!

Rhett Scarlett - scarlett-ohara-and-rhett-butler Photo Hollywood Story, Vintage Hollywood, Old Movies, Great Movies, Name That Movie, Rhett Butler, Jack And Elizabeth, Scarlett O'hara, Tomorrow Is Another Day

Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler Photo: Rhett & Scarlett

Photo of Rhett & Scarlett for fans of Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler 30940710

elsiemarina: “ Marilyn Monroe and Tom Ewell on the set of The Seven Year Itch, photographed by Sam Shaw, ” Fotos Marilyn Monroe, Marilyn Monroe Life, Gina Lollobrigida, 7 Year Itch, Montgomery Clift, Cinema Tv, Milton Greene, Actor Studio, Movies

Lady Be Good: Photo

Old Hollywood and other vintage stuff. Formerly aladyloves. I follow as ladybegoodx.

Vivien Leigh and Gone With The Wind costume designer Walter Plunkett Golden Age Of Hollywood, Classic Hollywood, Hollywood Usa, Scarlett Ohara Dresses, Red Ball Gowns, Scarlett O'hara, Hollywood Costume, Old Movie Stars, Party Scene

Vivien Leigh

On January 26, 1939, Vivien Leigh reported to work, for her first day of filming, on the set of Gone With the Wind. Finally, Vivien's dream of playing Scarlett O'Hara, a dream she'd been carrying with her since she first read the book, was about to come true. The first scene scheduled, for shooting that day, was the front porch scene at Tara, with Scarlett and the Tarleton boys discussing the possibility of war. This is the scene in which the world would be introduced to Vivien Leigh as…