Carrie Fisher Watching Her Mother Debbie Reynolds Backstage At The Riviera Hotel In Las Vegas, 1963
Louis Armstrong Serenading His Wife Lucille At The Great Sphinx Of Giza, Egypt, 1961
Marlon Brando Having A Typewriting Session With His Cat, 1954
Dolly Parton And Her Husband Carl Dean Circa 1966
Marilyn Monroe And Sammy Davis Jr. On The 20th Century Fox Lot, 1953
"The actress was promoting her film, How to Marry a Millionaire. "Marilyn and I were rumored to be an item. We were friends. Nothing more. Marilyn was one of the sweetest creatures that ever lived," Sammy later said."
"I'll Never Forget The Day Marilyn And I Were Walking Around New York City, Just Having A Stroll On A Nice Day"
"She loved New York because no one bothered her there like they did in Hollywood, she could put on her plain-jane clothes and no one would notice her. She loved that. So as we we're walking down Broadway, she turns to me and says 'Do you want to see me become her?' I didn’t know what she meant but I just said 'Yes' - and then I saw it. I don't know how to explain what she did because it was so very subtle, but she turned something on within herself that was almost like magic. And suddenly cars were slowing and people were turning their heads and stopping to stare. They were recognizing that this was Marilyn Monroe as if she pulled off a mask or something, even though a second ago nobody noticed her. I had never seen anything like it before." - Amy Greene, wife of Marilyn's personal photographer Milton Greene
John Travolta With His Sisters Ellen And Ann During The Stage Production Of Bus Stop, 1976
Audrey Hepburn And Julie Andrews At The Academy Awards, 1964
"Andrews was passed over in favor of Hepburn for the role of Eliza Dolittle in My Fair Lady, which she had originated on stage. This freed her to play the title role in Mary Poppins, which earned her an Oscar for Best Actress. That night, Audrey reportedly told Julie: "You should have done it, but I didn’t have the guts to turn it down." "We were friends from then on,” remembers Julie."
Jane Fonda Shopping At Mayfair, 1967
Joanne Woodward And Paul Newman At Their Hollywood Home, 1965
"Woodward famously said: "Sexiness wears thin after a while and beauty fades, but to be married to a man who makes you laugh every day, ah, now that's a real treat." Photos by David Sutton."
Meryl Streep Photographed By Duane Michals, 1975
"The picture was taken before she was famous," Michals remembers. "I had simply been told she was super talented and big things were in the wings. We went up town and ran around the Marquis theatre and had a lot of fun. I asked her to dance and she was as joyful as she seems in the photograph, just radiant."
"When You Look At Marilyn On The Screen, You Don't Want Anything Bad To Happen To Her. You Really Care That She Should Be All Right... Happy" - Natalie Wood
A Dapper Muhammad Ali (Then Known As Cassius Clay) Going For A Stroll In New York, 1963
Hugh Grant Photographed By Gregory Heisler, 1984
"He was alone in a booth sipping coffee, killing time, distractedly tapping his teaspoon," recalled Heisler. "It was an authentic moment sandwiched between many not-so-authentic moments."
Tom Cruise, Ralph Macchio, Emilio Estevez, Patrick Swayze, Matt Dillon, C. Thomas Howell, And Rob Lowe In A Publicity Still For The Outsiders, 1983
James Dean And Eartha Kitt At Katharine Dunham’s Dance Studio, New York, 1955
"He (James Dean) said to me, 'I want to move like you, can you teach me how to move my body like you do on stage?' And I told him where to meet me, here in New York and that’s where we met for dance classes."
In February Of 1954, Marilyn Monroe Interrupted Her Honeymoon With Second Husband, Joe Dimaggio, To Entertain The Troops In Korea. The Actress Performed Ten Shows For More Than 100,000 Troops
"The actress performed ten shows for more than 100,000 troops. She later described the experience as "the best thing that ever happened to me. I never felt like a star before in my heart. It was so wonderful to look down and see a fellow smiling at me.""
Robert Redford And Paul Newman On The Set Of Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid, 1969
"Newman fought to have Redford, the Hollywood newcomer, to play his sidekick in the film. "He was considered a star at the time and I wasn't," remembers Redford. "From that point on I had a great deal of affection for him, for what he did for me. He didn't have to do that.""
Family Portrait Of A Two-Year-Old Elvis Presley And His Parents Gladys And Vernon, 1937
""My love for my son began even before he was born," Vernon later said. "At that time there was almost nobody poorer than my wife Gladys and me. But we were thrilled and excited when we learned that we were going to be parents..." On January 8, 1935, Gladys gave birth to twins. Sadly, Elvis’s brother Jesse was delivered stillborn. "...God spoke to my heart and told me that Elvis was the only child we’d ever have and the only child we’d ever need," Vernon continued. "Elvis was a special gift who would ﬁll our lives completely...As soon as I realized that Elvis was meant to be an only child, I felt as though a burden was lifted. I never again wondered why we didn’t have additional sons and daughters. It’s hard to describe the feelings Elvis, his mother and I had for each other.""
Audrey Hepburn Photographed By William Klein For Vogue, 1966. The Actress Would Have Been 92 Today
Cary Grant Leaving His London Hotel In Style, 1946. "My Father Used To Say, 'Let Them See You And Not The Suit'. That Should Be Secondary," Quoted The Actor
Audrey Hepburn Nervously Awaiting The Announcement For Best Actress At The 26th Academy Awards Ceremony, 1954
"The actress won her first and only Oscar that night for her performance in Roman Holiday (1953). The film helped establish her as a star and style icon. Despite this, she was very insecure, later saying: "I'm terribly self-conscious and clothes give me a great deal of confidence. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I see the problems when I get up in the morning and do my best to look well. I'd have liked to have been not so tall, liked to have smaller feet, a larger figure, a smaller nose, to have been blonde. I'd have liked to have changed everything.""
Diane Keaton And Al Pacino Behind The Scenes Of The Godfather, 1972
Grace Kelly Shopping For Dresses With Her Mother Margaret In New York, 1955
Meryl Streep And Robert De Niro In The Deer Hunter, 1978
Olivia Newton-John And John Travolta At The Grease Premiere Party At Paramount Studios In Los Angeles, 1978
Frank Sinatra Sharing A Sweet Moment With A Little Girl During His Visit To The Royal National College For The Blind School At Northwood, Middlesex, 1962
Ingrid Bergman With Her Daughter Isabella In Rome, 1962
Judy Garland In An Early Costume Test For The Wizard Of Oz, 1939
"The actress was originally outfitted with a blonde wig and babydoll makeup at the start of filming, but George Cukor ditched the "glam" look in favor of a more natural appearance."
Marlon Brando Photographed By Philippe Halsman, 1949
James Dean Visiting Elizabeth Taylor In Her Trailer During The Filming Of Giant, 1955
Al Pacino Photographed By Steve Wood, 1974
Harrison Ford Photographed By Nancy Moran At His Los Angeles Home, 1981
Nancy Sinatra Pictured With Her Father Frank And Family Friend Yul Brynner At The Sands Hotel In Las Vegas, 1965
Audrey Hepburn And George Peppard On The Set Of Breakfast At Tiffany’s, 1961
Sharon Tate At Her Home In Summitridge Drive, 1968
Paul Newman And Joanne Woodward Book Shopping In New York, 1959
Elizabeth Taylor And Husband Eddie Fisher At A Boxing Match, 1960
Meryl Streep At Bernards High School, 1966. She Was A Member Of The Varsity Cheerleading Squad, And Was Named Homecoming Queen During Her Senior Year
Sophia Loren Sitting Back To Back With Her Little Sister Maria, 1955
Debra Paget Photographed By Nina Leen For Life Magazine, 1950
"I Always Ribbed Frank About His Strange Effect On The Female Sex. Then One Night My Infant Daughter Started To Bawl Blue Murder. As A Last Resort Frank Took Her In His Arms And Started To Sing To Her. At The End Of A Chorus And A Half, She Was Blissfully Asleep. I Never Kidded Him Again!" - Gene Kelly
Cary Grant And Audrey Hepburn Photographed By Philippe Halsman For Charade, 1964
"reportedly said: "All I want for Christmas is to make another movie with Audrey Hepburn." Sadly, the two never reunited on screen, but they did remain life-long friends. Swipe to read a thank you note that Cary sent to Audrey in 1982."
On October 29th, 1956, Elizabeth Attended The Premiere Of The Battle Of The River Plate With Her Sister Margaret At Odeon Leicester Square. Joan Crawford, Marilyn Monroe, And Brigitte Bardot Were Among The Notable Guests
Audrey Hepburn Touching Up Her Makeup On The Set Of Breakfast At Tiffany’s, 1961
"The actress was initially hesitant to play the role of Holly Golightly, telling the New York Times: "I read the book and liked it very much. But I was terribly afraid I was not right for the part. I thought I lacked the right sense of comedy. This part called for an extroverted character. I am not an extrovert. I am an introvert. It called for the kind of sophistication that I find difficult. I did not think I had enough technique for the part. But everyone pressed me to do it. So I did.""
Robert Redford Photographed By Ron Galella, 1974
James Stewart And Ginger Rogers At The 13th Academy Awards Ceremony, 1941
"Stewart won in the Best Actor category for The Philadelphia Story, and Rogers won in the Best Actress category for Kitty Foyle. The two dated briefly, and starred in the 1938 film Vivacious Lady together."
Robert De Niro, Liza Minnelli, And Al Pacino Hanging Out In New York, 1981