Alysia Palacios

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Sidney Poitier and  Harry Belafonte chatting during the March on Washington. Photographed by Francis Miller. (1963)

MY OVARIES CANNOT HANDLE THISSSSSSS!!!!!!!!

pictorialpress:

Sidney Poitier and  Harry Belafonte chatting during the March on Washington. Photographed by Francis Miller. (1963)

MY OVARIES CANNOT HANDLE THISSSSSSS!!!!!!!!

"You are not great friends… Maybe you should say something nice to each other!"

Yes Anthony, It’s a really nice shirt…

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ben-hiddle-batch:

lokiarmygeneral:

hard-on-for-hiddleston:

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He is hogging all of the cute!

If he’s not at my wedding as the groom then i at least want him to be the musical entertainment

What is this? Tom in concert in Las Vegas?

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Mickey Rooney with his awards.

It looks like Emmy and Oscar and a baby Oscar lmao

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torrilla:

Tom Hiddleston film scenes for the new horror movie ‘Crimson Peak’ in Toronto on April 17, 2014 [HQ]

These costume designers really don’t like his natural hair color.

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Well, Stark wasn’t totally wrong. I wouldn’t exactly call that a pocket knife…

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lesbianvenom:

seventeen magazine has officially lost it

WTF. I thought this was a something from a script for the sequel for Mean Girls 3.

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chsamuseum:

These are the Forbidden City Glamour Girls. Quite stunning, aren’t they?

Back in the 1930s and 40s, Chinatown nightclubs flourished. These girls were from Charlie Low’s legendary nightclub “Forbidden City” in San Francisco, California. Opened in 1938, Low named it after the Forbidden City in Beijing and served as the master of ceremonies. At its peak, the club drew hundreds of locals, Hollywood celebrities, and GIs. Forbidden City also put on comedy skits and music shows featuring an all Asian cast of singers, dancers, and vaudeville performers during a time when Asian Americans could not find employment in the entertainment business due to discriminatory laws and hiring practices.

For further reading: Arthur Dong “Forbidden City, USA: Chinese American Nightclubs, 1936-1970

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