American Dreams Drowning In Gin

A tribute to the way things once were
lapitiedangereuse:

He is gentle, as all real men are gentle; without tenderness, a man is uninteresting.
– Marlene Dietrich on Ernest Hemingway

lapitiedangereuse:

He is gentle, as all real men are gentle; without tenderness, a man is uninteresting.

– Marlene Dietrich on Ernest Hemingway



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"There is no emperor. Only an empress"
The Scarlet Empress (1934)

250 Films 1/50 Pre-codes

"There is no emperor. Only an empress"

The Scarlet Empress (1934)

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"Glamour," she observed, "is assurance. It is a kind of knowing that you are all right in every way, mentally and physically and in appearance, and that, whatever the occasion or the situation, you are equal to it."

"Glamour," she observed, "is assurance. It is a kind of knowing that you are all right in every way, mentally and physically and in appearance, and that, whatever the occasion or the situation, you are equal to it."

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I can’t say how every time I ever put my arms around you, I felt that I was home.

—Ernest Hemingway (to Marlene Dietrich)

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