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Reminiscing for the Nostalgic

"The world is full of people whose notion of a satisfactory future is, in fact, a return to the idealized past." - Robertson Davies, A Voice from the Attic

I'm Kelly; lover of the 1940s, Gene Kelly, and Jesus. This blog is devoted to early 20th Century history, period dramas, Doctor Who, and my sexy French lover, Jean Dujardin.

Posts tagged gene kelly:

jenbebe:

Gene & Judy, Judy & Gene. 

They were so cute together.

jenbebe:

Gene & Judy, Judy & Gene. 

They were so cute together.

Gene Kelly in Singin’ in the Rain 1952

Oh. Hello, Gene

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It’s time for these gifs again

CHOCOLATE. NEED CHOCOLATE.

Singin’ in the Rain would’ve been such a different movie if it had been in B&W. God bless Technicolor.

(Source: soporfratremmortisest)

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always-fair-weather:

Gene Kelly
jaxbra:

LOOK AT THAT FACE!!!*dying* #whatasmile
kellyakabilly:

always-fair-weather:

Brigitte Fossey, Gene Kelly, and Barbara Laage for The Happy Road (1957)

That would be Gene with any of his female fans.




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I know! I can’t get over that face! I even decided it was necessary to reblog it again!

jaxbra:

LOOK AT THAT FACE!!!
*dying* #whatasmile

kellyakabilly:

always-fair-weather:

Brigitte Fossey, Gene Kelly, and Barbara Laage for The Happy Road (1957)

That would be Gene with any of his female fans.

I know! I can’t get over that face! I even decided it was necessary to reblog it again!

always-fair-weather:

Brigitte Fossey, Gene Kelly, and Barbara Laage for The Happy Road (1957)

That would be Gene with any of his female fans. 

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always-fair-weather:

Brigitte Fossey, Gene Kelly, and Barbara Laage for The Happy Road (1957)

That would be Gene with any of his female fans.

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genekellyfans:

With syndicated columnist and Hollywood insider Joe Hyams. Hyams authored more than 25 books including biographies of Hollywood stars Humphrey Bogart and James Dean. http://ift.tt/1rRthef

Awww, look at that smile.

genekellyfans:

With syndicated columnist and Hollywood insider Joe Hyams. Hyams authored more than 25 books including biographies of Hollywood stars Humphrey Bogart and James Dean. http://ift.tt/1rRthef

Awww, look at that smile.

astoundinggrant:

I don’t care if popular opinion denies it

This man

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Is more attractive then this man

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I’m sorry Gene But freddie is much more handsome/cuter

PLUS HE WAS AN ACTUAL GENTLEMAN

YOU WERE A JERK WHO MADE DEBBIE REYNOLDS CRY UNDERNEETH A PIANO

In this case, popular opinion is right.

As for being gentlemen, both of them took their craft very seriously and expected the same hard work from their costars. Debbie Reynolds later admitted that Gene’s expectations gave her the thick skin to handle the entertainment industry. Also, let’s not forget how patient and forgiving Gene was with Judy Garland during her hard times.

I have tons of respect for both men.

genekellyfans:

Knowing the backstory of Take Me Out to the Ball Game—at least as Esther Williams relays it (i.e., she hated making this film and despised both Gene and Stanley Donen)—Gene’s smile looks rather smug here. ;) http://ift.tt/1gqZ8hq

genekellyfans:

Knowing the backstory of Take Me Out to the Ball Game—at least as Esther Williams relays it (i.e., she hated making this film and despised both Gene and Stanley Donen)—Gene’s smile looks rather smug here. ;) http://ift.tt/1gqZ8hq

My favorite men are smoking.

thesomewhereonlyweknow:

This pic tho….
I just-
I need a minute

thesomewhereonlyweknow:

This pic tho….

I just-

I need a minute

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fiveoclockangel:

foreverfranksinatra:

Frank and Gene Kelly photographed during a radio broadcast, 1946.

My boys

Frank looks SO young in this photo.

fiveoclockangel:

foreverfranksinatra:

Frank and Gene Kelly photographed during a radio broadcast, 1946.

My boys

Frank looks SO young in this photo.

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