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Tuesday, April 2, 2013

BOYS IN HEAT 2 " Retro Males Pose (all models over 18)


"I'm so happy you're happy" Bette Davis (All About Eve)
"Pleasure is everything" Diana Vreeland  (Vogue Editor)
"She was a 12 o'clock girl in a 9 o'clock town"
tagline for Bette Davis (Beyond the Forest)
"I'm not going to be ignored" Glenn Close (Fatal attraction)
"I have always depended on the kindness of strangers"
Vivien Leigh as Blanche DuBois  (A Streetcar Named Desire)
"Oh God not another f#cking beautiful day" Sarah Miles (White Mischief)
"As long as they've got sidewalks, you've got a job." Joan Blondell (Footlight Parade)
"She doesn't have many friends you know...her personality I suppose"
Joan Crawford as Eva Phillips in (Queen Bee)
"What are you supposed to be? A birthday cake? Pity everyone's had a piece."
 Liz Taylor to Kim Novak (The Mirror Crack'd)
"I wasn't always rich. No, there was a time when I didn't know where my next husband was coming from"
Mae West (She Done Him Wrong) 
"There are only two things I dislike about you- your face"
Liz Taylor to Kim Novak (The Mirror Crack'd)

"You sure do look pretty. You always did look pretty. Just pretty enough to eat"
James Dean to Liz Taylor (Giant)
"When you're pretty it doesn't matter how you wear your hair" Frances Faye 
"I shoulda killed myself the first time he put it in me" Piper Laurie (Carrie)
"There's a man leaving in 10 minutes...be under him" Dorothy to Blanche (Golden Girls)
"You're nothing but a railroad tramp. You're not good enough to live amongst decent people"
Mercedes McCambridge to Joan Crawford (Johnny Guitar)
"Can a boy be too attractive?" tagline for underground movie (Flesh)
"Oh Mama, all they want is my body!" Carroll Baker (Harlow)
"Oh stewardess, I speak jive" (Airplane)
"I'm so tired of being good!" Amy Locane (Cry Baby)
Posted by PicasaIn this series I've played around with retro images off the net, and added colours or sepia tones to liven up the b/w photos. I go for certain clean cut looks, which must be obvious by now. In a way these
images live on, as they're admired by a new generation. 

2 comments:

Underemployed Academic said...

Fabulous collection, thankyou. That one with the boy staring dreamily out the window is beautiful.

Robbie said...

Thanks so much. Robbie