Dumb and Dumber To

Twenty years after their last adventure, good-hearted yet dimwitted best friends Harry and Lloyd head out in search for one of their long lost children in the hope of gaining a new kidney.

↳ Jared hugging Jensen 

Clint Eastwood photographed at home by Larry Barbier Jr, c. 1960s.

fuckyeahvintage-retro:

Mid-century Living Room

Ann-Margret in Bye Bye Birdie (George Sidney - 1963)

1950s swimwear (via)

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vinceveretts:

Elvis being interviewed on the train to California, April 20, 1960.

Question: Has Rock N’ Roll died out?

Elvis: ‘A lot people say it is has’.

‘I’ll tell ya, It has changed some, the music itself has changed, it’s progressed quite a bit I think’.

Question: It’s better?’

Elvis: ‘I think it’s getting better all the time, you know, because the arrangements are getting better, they’re adding more instruments, and, you know so forth, it’s getting better, but in 1956 when I first started out, I was hearing the same thing, that Rock ‘N’ Roll was dead, that it was dying out, I’m not saying that it won’t die out, because it maybe dead tomorrow, completely, I don’t know’.

eldredpeck:

R.I.P GREGORY PECK (APRIL 5TH 1916 - JUNE 12TH 2003)

"I don’t think that I had an unbroken record of artistic triumph, but there were enough good pictures, and I think the thing that is gratifying is when they still have some kind of a life twenty-five years or more after you made them. And I have a few like that, that when they’re seen people still enjoy them and get something from them - entertainment, information, a little bit of illumination of the human condition; they still find something of value. In a way, it’s an actor’s vanity to imagine that he’ll be remembered or his work will be appreciated in years to come, but in another way it’s not a bad ambition to try to do some work that will stand the test of time.”

A gang that don’t own the street is nothin’!


"Vulgarity begins when imagination succumbs to the explicit." -Doris Day 

"Vulgarity begins when imagination succumbs to the explicit." -Doris Day 



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