SUPERFICIALITY INDULGENCE GLAMOUR AND LUST. FOR HOLLYWOOD AT ITS BEST, CAMP AND KITSCH SUPREME. “Glamour is what I sell, it's my stock in trade.” MARLENE DIETRICH.
Sunday, June 17, 2012
HOLLYWOOD GLAMOUR: 'AS' Polish magazines from my personal collection
JUNE FALKENBERG 'AS' cover #40 1937
MARLENE DIETRICH in 'ANGEL' 'AS' mag # 34 1937
JOSEPHINE BAKER Revue 'AS' mag #8 1937
JOSEPHINE BAKER Illustration 'AS' mag # 8 1937
JEAN HARLOW in top hat 'AS' mag # 25 1937
JEAN HARLOW 'AS' mag # 25 1937
Fashion 'AS' mag # 15 1937
LORETTA YOUNG Cover 'AS' mag # 38 1937
SHIRLEY TEMPLE 'AS' mag # 40 1937
ROBERT TAYLOR 'AS' mag # 27 1937
DOROTHY LAMOUR 'AS' mag # 40 1937
DOROTHY LAMOUR on mat 'AS' mag 3 40 1937
SHERRY HAAS VIRGINIA KENT 'AS' mag # 38 1937
CARY GRANT cover 'AS' mag # 30 1937
JOAN CRAWFORD 'AS' mag # 42 1937 article about makeup
GINGER ROGERS 'AS' mag # 42 1937
FASHION FEATURE 'AS' mag # 26 1937
FASHION FEATURE 'AS' mag # 26 1937
FASHION FEATURE 'AS' mag # 26 1937
NORMANDIE ad 'AS' mag #8 1937 on graphic design in advertising
My partner brought me several vintage 'AS' magazines from 1937 home from his trip to Poland, and I thought these pages spectacular enough to share on my blog. (scans have been color corrected so they are as true to the soft sepia tinted colors as they appear in the magazines)
INTERESTS: Art, Photography, Modernism, Pop Culture, Pop Art, German Expressionism, Weimar era, Bauhaus, Surrealism, Symbolism, Art Deco, Mid Century Design, Modernist Architecture, Graphic Design, Illustration, Fashion, Mod Era, Op Art, Big Eyed Art, Kitsch, Film, Classic Hollywood, FILM NOIR, French New Wave and European cinema, ITALIAN HORROR movies, vintage German ross/iris actor/actress postcards. Tinted Deco Romance postcards, Circus, Sideshow art, Coney Island,1939 and 1964 Worlds Fairs New York, Silent film Stars,Flappers and Vamps, Pin-Up, freaks, clowns, Burlesque, Americana, classic toys, classic tv, Jazz, celebrity, Comic Art,
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I LOVE DOUGLAS SIRK MOVIES
CAMP MOVIE STAR QUOTES
"I love playing bitches. There`s a lot of bitch in every woman - a lot in every man." Joan Crawford
"Of all the actresses ... to me, only Faye Dunaway has the talent and the class and the courage it takes to make a real star." Joan Crawford
“Where's the little boy's room?” Joan Crawford
"I think that the most important thing a woman can have - next to talent, of course - is her hairdresser." Joan Crawford
"I never go outside unless I look like Joan Crawford the movie star. If you want to see the girl next door, go next door." Joan Crawford
"I have always known what I wanted, and that was beauty... in every form." Joan Crawford
"I am just too much." Joan Crawford
Favorite Quotes from films or the famous.
"Oh I'm bored. And I've only just gotten up." Capucine. Walk on the Wild Side. (1962)
"She doesn't have many friends you know. Her personality I suppose." Joan Crawford in Queen Bee.
"I have always depended on the kindness of strangers." Vivien Leigh as Blanche DuBois. A Streetcar Named Desire. (1951)
"When my mouth is moving it means that you need to be quiet. And Sir- don't you see my mouth still moving!" Judge Judy to hapless defendant.
"Keep, drinking honey. I like you better drunk than sober." Burgess Meredith to Lana Turner. Madame X (1966)
"Why don't you slip out of those wet clothes and into a dry martini?" Robert Benchley to Ginger Rogers. The Major and the Minor (1942)
"Success in life depends on your sense of values." Marlene Dietrich
"I wasn't always rich. No there was a time I didn't know where my next husband was coming from" Mae West. Sex Goddess.
"Ted Casablanca is not a fag! And I'm the dame to prove it!" Patty Duke. Valley of the Dolls (1967)
"Can we get a shot of this ring, because its sinking ships!" "A bauble he gave you?" Larry King. "Yeah" Liz Taylor. Larry King Live 2006.
"You sure do look pretty. You always did look pretty. Just pretty enough to eat!" James Dean to Elizabeth Taylor. Giant (1954)
"Nice girls don't wear cha-cha heels" Roland Hertz to daughter Divine, Female trouble (1974)
"Pleasure is everything" Diana Vreeland (editor Vogue/Harpers Bazaar)
"Unshined shoes are the end of civilization" Diana Vreeland (Editor Vogue/Harpers Bazaar)
"Well if he dies he dies!" Joan Collins after being asked about the age difference with her new husband.
"No man walks out on me. They might carry them out, but they never walk out!" Mae West. Sex Goddess.
"Chin up darling_both of them!" Kim Novack to Elizabeth Taylor. The Mirror Crack'd (1980)
"There are only two things I dislike about you- your face!" Elizabeth Taylor to Kim Novak. The Mirror Crack'd (1980)
"Usually one must go to a bowling alley to meet a woman of your stature." John Gielgud to Liza Minnelli. Arthur (1981)
"When you're pretty, it doesn't matter how you wear your hair." Frances Faye (singer comic)
"There's a man leaving in 10 minutes. Be under him!" Dorothy to Blanche. The Golden Girls
"I'd like to make a dress for her. Half tar, half feathers!" Una Merkel about Marlene Dietrich. Destry Rides Again (1939)
"You're nothing but a railroad tramp. You're not good enough to live amongst decent people!" Mercedes McCambridge to Joan Crawford in Johnny Guitar (1954)
"If I only had a little humility-I'd be perfect!" Zsa Zsa Gabor.
"Oh I'm so tired of just being pretty." Kim Novak, Picnic (1955)
THE LEGENDARY LOVELY MARLENE
The Wild Wild World of Jayne Mansfield
Where Do You Go To, My Lovely? - Peter Starstedt
You talk like Marlene Dietrich, And you dance like Zi Zi Jean Maire. Your clothes are all made by Balmain, And there's diamonds and pearls in your hair, yes there are. You live in a fancy apartment, On the Boulevard Saint Michel, Where you keep your Rolling Stones records, And a friend of Sacha Distel, yes you do.
But where do you go to, my lovely, When you're alone in your bed? Tell me the thoughts that surround you, I want to look inside your head, yes I do.
You go to the embassy parties Where you talk in Russian and Greek And the young men who move in your circles They hang on every word you speak (yes they do).
I've seen all your qualifications, You got from the Sorbonne, And the painting you stole from Picasso, Your loveliness goes on and on, yes it does.
When you go on your summer vacation, You go to Juan-les-Pins. With your carefully designed topless swimsuit, You get an even suntan, on your back, and on your legs.
And when the snow falls you're found in St. Moritz, With the others of the jet set, And you sip your Napoleon brandy, But you never get your lips wet, no you don't.
You're in between twenty and thiry A very desirable age. Your body is firm and inviting But you live on a glittering stage (yes you do, yes you do).
Your name it is heard in high places, You know the Aga Khan. He sent you a racehorse for Christmas, And you keep it just for fun, for a laugh, ha ha ha.
They say that when you get married, It'll be to a millionaire, But they don't realise where you came from, And I wonder if they really care, or give a darn.
I remember the back streets of Naples, Two children begging in rags, Both touched with a burning ambition, To shake off their lowly born tags, they tried.
So look into my face, Marie-Claire, And remember just who you are. Then go and forget me forever, But I know you still bear the scars, deep inside, yes you do.
I know where you go to, my lovely, When you're alone in your bed. I know the thoughts that surround you, 'Cause I can look inside your head.
The two most beautiful French actors Alain Delon and Brigitte Bardot
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AUDREY HEPBURN as HOLLY GOLIGHTLY in BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY's
For beautiful eyes, look for the good in others; for beautiful lips, speak only words of kindness; and for poise, walk with the knowledge that you are never alone.-Audrey Hepburn