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HodgePodgin' and Mishmashin'

A place for all the things I love: Favorite Old Hollywood Stars: Ingrid Bergman, Deborah Kerr, Doris Day, Jimmy Stewart, Cary Grant, Gregory Peck, as well as a hodgepodge of everything retro/vintage, classic movies, favorite actors and actresses, quotes, music, and pretty much anything and everything else.

hanna19777:

In this little interview, part of a documentary about Scottish television, we see the hilarious Niven with the lovely Deborah. They are just sweet together and actually became, great, really great chums until Niven’s death in 1983.

mydeborahkerr:

The attributes of charm, according to Deborah (X)
" To get along with people, you must truly like them. And really liking them, means that you take a warm lively interest in them and their troubles or happiness. One of my best friends is loved because no matter whom she meets — if she has met them before — she can call them by name and remember to inquire about something they have talked about before." (Deborah Kerr)

mydeborahkerr:

The attributes of charm, according to Deborah (X)

" To get along with people, you must truly like them. And really liking them, means that you take a warm lively interest in them and their troubles or happiness. One of my best friends is loved because no matter whom she meets — if she has met them before — she can call them by name and remember to inquire about something they have talked about before." (Deborah Kerr)

(Source: manythewonders)

hanna19777:

I know it might be silly, but every time I see an old couple, who spent like half of their life together and even when they are old look so sweet together, I just begin to cry a little bit, because I think it’s so darn, darn sweet and I admire these kind of love-stories…

Paul Newman & Joanne Woodward 50 years. Deborah Kerr & Peter Viertel 49 years.

mydeborahkerr:

The attributes of charm, according to Deborah (X)

   “Thoughtfulness is displayed in those who think about another’s feelings before their own in whatever they do or say. A thoughtful person would never be guilty of a remark detrimental to another’s character — or an act that would hurt someone else either mentally or physically.”
   This trait of character was amply demonstrated by Deborah, during the making of Bonjour Tristesse, when director Otto Preminger, regretting having cast Jean Seberg, was constantly unpleasant to her and insulting her.
   “I couldn’t stand it, when he was absolutely ranting and raving at poor little Jean Seberg. I said, ‘Please, Otto, do you have to shout at the poor little girl like that? She seems to be taking it all right but I’m not. I cannot work with this kind of atmosphere. I’m terribly sorry, but I just can’t.’” (Deborah Kerr)

magusc:

Ingrid Bergman

29.08.1915 - 29.08.1982

hollywoodnostalgia:

Ingrid Bergman plays with a child actor between scenes of the taping of John Frankenheimer’s 1959 TV movie, The Turn of the Screw, for which she won an Emmy.

hollywoodnostalgia:

Ingrid Bergman plays with a child actor between scenes of the taping of John Frankenheimer’s 1959 TV movie, The Turn of the Screw, for which she won an Emmy.

(Source: TIME)

silli98100:

Happy Birthday Ingrid❤️

silli98100:

Happy Birthday Ingrid❤️

getwiththe40s:

Happy Birthday Ingrid Bergman! #ingridbergman #actress #silverscreen #icon #legend #starlet #love #talent #famous #favorite #rolemodel #filter #beauty #1940s #1950s #happybirthday #birthdaygirl #classichollywood #oldhollywood #vintagehollywood #vintage by _oldhollywoodlove_ http://ift.tt/1ppoYrx

getwiththe40s:

Happy Birthday Ingrid Bergman! #ingridbergman #actress #silverscreen #icon #legend #starlet #love #talent #famous #favorite #rolemodel #filter #beauty #1940s #1950s #happybirthday #birthdaygirl #classichollywood #oldhollywood #vintagehollywood #vintage by _oldhollywoodlove_ http://ift.tt/1ppoYrx

mar9761:

Ingrid Bergman

mar9761:

Ingrid Bergman

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