Some Like it Old

Once upon a time there were two girls who were very fond of old movies. One day, they found that Judy Garland believed that everybody was gay. They agree with Judy. And so this blog was born, to bring you all the happiness and joy of old movies. So sit down and be gay.

And remember: there's no place like Cary Grant.

- And I cayn't stand'im!
- Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn.

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  1. noraspberries:

Raspberries to everyone!

Ok… So I got tired from my Tumblr being invisible… My other Tumblr, Some Like it Old, it’s quite popular, so I decided to put them together and the result is Raspberries, the Tumblr that you must always read in Carol Channing’s voice!

I hope you enjoy!

    noraspberries:

    Raspberries to everyone!

    Ok… So I got tired from my Tumblr being invisible… My other Tumblr, Some Like it Old, it’s quite popular, so I decided to put them together and the result is Raspberries, the Tumblr that you must always read in Carol Channing’s voice!

    I hope you enjoy!

     
     
  2. High Anxiety (1977) 
Directed by Mel Brooks

    High Anxiety (1977)
    Directed by Mel Brooks

     
     
  3. lomawood:

    Lumière’s Arrival

     
     
  4. Don’t mess with Meryl Streep!!

(Happy B Day my love!)

Death Becomes Her (1992)
Director: Robert Zemeckis

    Don’t mess with Meryl Streep!!

    (Happy B Day my love!)

    Death Becomes Her (1992)
    Director: Robert Zemeckis

     
     
  5. Watson: Here’s an advance copy of ”Strand Magazine”. They’ve printed ”The Red-headed League”.Holmes: Very impressive.Watson: Would you like to see how l’ve treated it?Holmes: l can hardly wait. l’m sure l shall find out all sorts of fascinating things about the case that l never knew before.Watson: Just what do you mean by that?Holmes: Oh, come now, Watson. You must admit you have a tendency to overromanticize. You’ve taken my simple exercises in logic and embellished them, embroidered them, exaggerated them.Watson: l deny the accusation.Holmes: You’ve described me as 6’4”, whereas l am barely 6’1”.
Watson: A bit of poetic license.Holmes: You’ve saddled me with this improbable costume, which the public now expects me to wear.Watson: That is not my doing. Blame it on the illustrator.

The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes (1970)
Director: Billy Wilder

    Watson: Here’s an advance copy of ”Strand Magazine”. They’ve printed ”The Red-headed League”.
    Holmes: Very impressive.
    Watson: Would you like to see how l’ve treated it?
    Holmes: l can hardly wait. l’m sure l shall find out all sorts of fascinating things about the case that l never knew before.
    Watson: Just what do you mean by that?
    Holmes: Oh, come now, Watson. You must admit you have a tendency to overromanticize. You’ve taken my simple exercises in logic and embellished them, embroidered them, exaggerated them.
    Watson: l deny the accusation.
    Holmes: You’ve described me as 6’4”, whereas l am barely 6’1”.
    Watson: A bit of poetic license.
    Holmes: You’ve saddled me with this improbable costume, which the public now expects me to wear.
    Watson: That is not my doing. Blame it on the illustrator.

    The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes (1970)
    Director: Billy Wilder

     
     
  6. It’s the Julie Andrews power!!!

Bedazzled (1967)
Director: Stanley Donen

    It’s the Julie Andrews power!!!

    Bedazzled (1967)
    Director: Stanley Donen

     
     
  7. Singin’ in the Rain (1952)
Directors: Stanley Donen, Gene Kelly

    Singin’ in the Rain (1952)
    Directors: Stanley Donen, Gene Kelly

     
     
  8. I Love You Again (1940)
Director: W.S. Van Dyke

    I Love You Again (1940)
    Director: W.S. Van Dyke

     
     
  9. Thank God there are no stupid movie with the same title … Oh, fuck!!

Mr. & Mrs. Smith (1941)
Director: Alfred Hitchcock

    Thank God there are no stupid movie with the same title … Oh, fuck!!

    Mr. & Mrs. Smith (1941)
    Director: Alfred Hitchcock

    (Source: lucynic83)

     
     
  10. Man… they only care about your body.

The Curse of Frankenstein (1957)
Director: Terence Fisher

    Man… they only care about your body.

    The Curse of Frankenstein (1957)
    Director: Terence Fisher