More favourite Anton Walbrook photos, 1/?
1st August 1931, Miss Edna Best films her husband Herbert Marshall during a break in the making of the Edgar Wallace film ,The Calendar (Bachelor’s Folly) at Beaconsfield Studios, England, a film in which they both starred (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)
Herbert Marshall and George Sanders in The Moon and Sixpence (1942).
Suspicion (1941) Dir: Alfred Hitchcock
The Last Outpost (1935)
Doooo it! The Last Outpost is awesome as this pic set clearly illustrates. It’s the only film where Cary has a mustache, so it’s worth it for that alone. Also, yes, it’s slashy as hell, and look out how PRETTY they are.
The importance of consent: a narrative.
I will forever reblog this gifset.
look at how badass she is though i mean some of it gets on her too and doesn’t even give a fuck
She pours hot liquid on her own leg she’s that badass.
fire cannot kill a dragon.
the entire frenemieship in one handy gifset
Gielgud in Richard Of Bordeaux, 1933Costume and stage design by MotleyReblogging to add this from Emlyn Williams:A walk past the New, RICHARD OF BORDEAUX JOHN GIELGUD. Along the side and round the corner, the pit-stools for the matinée; at the box-office, a long queue. I studied the large photographs of Richard. With the crown to which he had been born set on the long blond hair, the robes flowing, the etched mouth sensitive and fired with the defiance of spoilt youth, the nobly androgynous figure struck a new note in the theatre. I watched three schoolgirls stare at him, bemused, then turn and join the queue.