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barbarastanwyck:

On An Island With You (1948)

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I literally cried when they came up on the screen. 

Each of them taught me something that I use still today.

Eleanor: Taught me that things will not always be the way we want them, but we can always see the good things in life.

Deanna: Taught me that Life is filled with amazing things to learn and that music can cure the pain.

Esther: Taught me how to swim and not be afraid of the great unknown. 

Joan: Taught me to be Brave

Shirley: Taught me how to love and live.

Ladies, I miss you and I love you- ALWAYS.

(Source: jeanssimmions)

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pinkmans-jesse:

100 FILMS IN 2013
→ 47/100 Films: Easy to Wed (1946)

Warren Haggerty: Do you want me to kill myself, Gladys?
Gladys Benton: Not until you change your insurance.

(Source: queensansa-stark)

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Van Johnson & Esther Williams for The Duchess of Idaho (1950)

Van Johnson & Esther Williams for The Duchess of Idaho (1950)

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The Duchess of Idaho (1950)

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pinkmans-jesse:

100 FILMS IN 2013
→ 47/100 Films: Easy to Wed (1946)

Warren Haggerty: Do you want me to kill myself, Gladys?
Gladys Benton: Not until you change your insurance.

(Source: queensansa-stark)

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theblondeatthefilm:

Esther Williams and Van Johnson kiss in Thrill of a Romance (1945)

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theblondeatthefilm:

Esther Williams and Van Johnson in Easy to Love (1953) 

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trixiedelight:

Esther Williams at her home, 1948

trixiedelight:

Esther Williams at her home, 1948

(Source: barbarastanwyck)

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msmildred:

Esther Williams, 1956.

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bloodyredcarpet:

R.I.P. Esther Williams (August 8, 1921 – June 6, 2013) The one and only.

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movielandscans:

Van Johnson & Esther Williams, Movieland, February 1952

movielandscans:

Van Johnson & Esther Williams, Movieland, February 1952

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theblondeatthefilm:

Esther Williams and Van Johnson in Thrill of a Romance (1945)

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trixiedelight:

Thrill of a Romance (1945)

(Source: barbarastanwyck)

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vintagemarlene:

the lovely esther williams, dangerous when wet, 1953 (www.doctormacro.com)