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28/06/14 @ 05:53pm
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James Dean and Elizabeth Taylor photographed on the set of Giant, 1955.

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24/06/14 @ 03:53pm
Hello! I have a ridiculous theory. I was just thinking about it as I watched Giant last night (it was on TCM, thank the TCM Gods). Okay, I'm just gonna go for it even though it will probably get me laughed at. So all of Leslie and Bick's kids are blonde and them two are both dark haired. Nobody in Leslies' family has light hair but her father. So what I was considering is maybe that Jett is the father of those children. Think about it! He is blonde/light haired, and Leslie is always visiting...
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You know, we can always dream … :) haha If only! How those two only shared some tea is beyond me!

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17/06/14 @ 04:29pm
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"He seemed to capture that moment of youth, that moment where we’re all desperately seeking to find ourselves." — Dennis Hopper
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12/06/14 @ 11:32pm
Man has a choice and it’s a choice that makes him a man.

East of Eden

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10/06/14 @ 10:57pm
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"He seemed to capture that moment of youth, that moment where we’re all desperately seeking to find ourselves."

— Dennis Hopper

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James Dean photographed by Roy Schatt, 1954.

James Dean photographed by Roy Schatt, 1954.


To Elizabeth Taylor, [George] Stevens seemed at times almost the stern father, feeling himself obliged to punish or restrain: "He had a kind of love for Jimmy Dean. It was curious to watch him. They’d meet head on and there’d be a terrible clash. Then when I was not on camera I would watch George watching Jimmy. George would smile, but he didn’t ever let Jimmy know that he was fond of him."

To Elizabeth Taylor, [George] Stevens seemed at times almost the stern father, feeling himself obliged to punish or restrain: "He had a kind of love for Jimmy Dean. It was curious to watch him. They’d meet head on and there’d be a terrible clash. Then when I was not on camera I would watch George watching Jimmy. George would smile, but he didn’t ever let Jimmy know that he was fond of him."

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03/06/14 @ 04:34pm
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In regards to your response to someone's question I'm so happy that you also love Lucille Ball! From about the time I was 5 years old she's been one of my idol's as well so It's always really neat to hear about others who have liked Lucy since they were children as well :) Just wanted to share that with you! and keep up the great work on your blog! xo
Anonymous

I love this! Yes, since about 2nd grade I have loved her! As I grew older, I read more about her and man, she’s awesome. And yes, I think it’s great when I meet other fans, too! 

Director George Stevens and James Dean on the set of Giant, 1955.

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James Dean and Ursula Andress attend the Thalian Ball on August 29 1955 at Ciro’s nightclub in Los Angeles, California.

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28/05/14 @ 11:48am
Is Jimmy your biggest Idol/Inspiration ???
Anonymous

I think right now I would say so. However, since about 2nd grade and still today Lucille Ball has been a HUGE inspiration to me. They both have made such an impact on me, just in different ways…which I think is a good thing :)