Kay Francis on the set of Confession, 1937
James Cagney, Kay Francis, Maurice Chevalier, and Joan Blondell attend a nautical themed costume party.
Jean Arthur in Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939)
THE CAST OF SAVING MR BANKS,JULIE AND DICK SING ‘LET’S GO FLY A KITE’
Errol Flynn and Eleanor Parker on the set of Never say Goodbye (1945)
Jean Harlow, Irving Thalberg, Norma Shearer at the May 6, 1934, wedding of actress Carmelita Geraghty and screenwriter Carey Wilson
you know how there’s like 10 classic hollywood stars left. and in 10 years there won’t be any, and in 30 we won’t even have barbra streisand. wow someone hold me i can’t handle this
Eleanor Parker, star of Scaramouche (1952) and many other great films, has died at age of 91.
Eleanor Parker, 1951
I often criticize “Rest in Peace” posts, but I feel this time it’s necessary. Eleanor Parker, known to most of you as the beautiful Baroness Schrader from The Sound of Music, has died at the age of 91.
She was a wonderful, beautiful and talented actress, and also a very underrated one whom I personally admire very much and will truly miss.
Rest in peace, Eleanor Parker (June 26, 1922 - December 9th 2013)
(if you’ve never seen her in anything more than sound of music, I suggest you go check out more of her films bc beautiful talented bb)