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Light Box Sign | Contemporary Country Wedding | Cripps Stone Barn Wedding Venue | Styling And Prop Hire By Hey Style | Images From Lee Robbins Photographic | Film By Sugar8 | http://www.rockmywedding.co.uk/laura-david-2/

Light Box Sign | Contemporary Country Wedding | Cripps Stone Barn Wedding Venue | Styling And Prop Hire By Hey Style | Images From Lee Robbins Photographic | Film By Sugar8 | http://www.rockmywedding.co.uk/laura-david-2/

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BY ELUSIVE AUTHOR \ LIST BY EDDIE MULLER (Still from "Out Of The Past" -1947) Film noir received its name in 1946 when French critic Nino Frank expressed his fascination with dark Hollywood melodra...

BY ELUSIVE AUTHOR \ LIST BY EDDIE MULLER (Still from "Out Of The Past" -1947) Film noir received its name in 1946 when French critic Nino Frank expressed his fascination with dark Hollywood melodra...

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Film Noir BORN TO KILL…one of my fave film noir's…the dialogue just bristles. (please follow minkshmink on pinterest)

Film Noir BORN TO KILL…one of my fave film noir's…the dialogue just bristles. (please follow minkshmink on pinterest)

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"Oathkeeper" by Tara Phillips (aqueous-transmission) | Brienne of Tarth | Game of Thrones | #Fantasy #ASOIAF #GoT

"Oathkeeper" by Tara Phillips (aqueous-transmission) | Brienne of Tarth | Game of Thrones | #Fantasy #ASOIAF #GoT

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Louise Brooks (1906-1985)  A  Kansas girl, Brooks came to Hollywood via Broadway chorus lines and was cast in flapper comedies before appearing in William Wellman’s Beggars of Life (1928) as a fugitive disguised as a boy and living among hobos. But her reputation rests on two silent German classics, Pandora’s Box and Diary of a Lost Girl (both 1929). Her dark bobbed hair, the infinitely expressive face and graceful movement made her a fashion icon. She became a recluse and wrote a memoir

Louise Brooks (1906-1985) A Kansas girl, Brooks came to Hollywood via Broadway chorus lines and was cast in flapper comedies before appearing in William Wellman’s Beggars of Life (1928) as a fugitive disguised as a boy and living among hobos. But her reputation rests on two silent German classics, Pandora’s Box and Diary of a Lost Girl (both 1929). Her dark bobbed hair, the infinitely expressive face and graceful movement made her a fashion icon. She became a recluse and wrote a memoir

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