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Charlotte Rampling by Helmut Newton, 1973

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Vincent Price as undertaker Waldo Trumbull  He's so cute & innocent looking.

Vincent Price - sweet man who got a kick out of his campy 'horror movie' rolls. Always had a bit of a soft spot for him :)

Walter "Walt" Whitman was an American poet, essayist and journalist. A humanist, he was a part of the transition between transcendentalism and realism, incorporating both views in his works. Whitman is among the most influential poets in the American canon, often called the father of free verse.

Poet Walt Whitman, c. Engraving by Gabriel Harrison after daguerreotype by Gabriel Harrison.

Timothy Leary, Harvard psychologist famous for his experiments and advocacy of LSD (which was legal at the time, circa 1960). Perhaps the oldest hippie of them all, his voice was one of the most noted ones of the hippie movement.

Timothy Leary "Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out" most notable for his use of LSD in the

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A Conversation with David Lynch by Mike Figgis. In this 20 minute exchange with the always intriguing filmmaker, David Lynch reveals how he got started in filmmaking, his idea of creativity being like.

“A star falls from the sky and into your hands. Then it seeps through your veins and swims inside your blood and becomes every part of you. And then you have to put it back into the sky. And it's the most painful thing you'll ever have to do and that you've ever done. But what's yours is yours. Whether it’s up in the sky or here in your hands. And one day, it'll fall from the sky and hit you in the head real hard and that time, you won't have to put it back in the sky again.”  C. JoyBell C.

Beth Hoeckel* You, yourself, are the eternal energy which appears as this universe. Like a wave from the ocean ~ Alan Watts (via wethinkwedream)

Boris Karloff and daughter on the set

Little Janet Ann Gallow playing horsey on the leg of the very friendly Monster, on the set of The Ghost of Frankenstein.

Gathering: This shot, entitled 'Coney Island' from 1947, is part of the compelling portraits of everyday life drawn from the streets of New York City

The Big Apple in glorious black and white: Stunning images cast spotlight on New York City in 1940s

The Radical Camera: New York’s Photo League, 1936 – Compelling portraits of everyday life drawn from the streets of New York City form the heart of a new exhibit at The Jewish Museum.