The Sanctuary Moon

Sep 13

laurapalmerwalkswithme:

Laura Dern by Karen Hardy, 1990

I always liked blond women in oversized leather bombers. Ahhh, the late ’80s/early ’90s.

laurapalmerwalkswithme:

Laura Dern by Karen Hardy, 1990

I always liked blond women in oversized leather bombers. Ahhh, the late ’80s/early ’90s.

(via samuraifuckingfrog)

ronaldcmerchant:

Forry Ackerman on the set of VILLAGE OF THE GIANTS (1965)

This amuses me. That is all.

ronaldcmerchant:

Forry Ackerman on the set of VILLAGE OF THE GIANTS (1965)

This amuses me. That is all.

(via piratetreasure)

myfroggylife:

Buster Crabbe (7 February 1908 - 23 April 1983)

Not many remember that Buster Crabbe was an Olympic swimmer before becoming the first on-screen Flash Gordon AND Buck Rogers. He was also a fine-looking specimen of a man…

myfroggylife:

Buster Crabbe (7 February 1908 - 23 April 1983)

Not many remember that Buster Crabbe was an Olympic swimmer before becoming the first on-screen Flash Gordon AND Buck Rogers. He was also a fine-looking specimen of a man…

Sep 12

Friday Evening Videos: “I Can’t Hold Back”

New blog entry: http://dlvr.it/6twBzx

Sep 10

Aren’t You a Little Short for a Superhero?

New blog entry: http://dlvr.it/6srfsv

Our first look at Peggy Carter’s appearance in season two of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Leather jacket! Dum Dum Dugan! 1940s flashback! These things make me happy!

Our first look at Peggy Carter’s appearance in season two of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Leather jacket! Dum Dum Dugan! 1940s flashback! These things make me happy!

Doing Silly Things for Charity

New blog entry: http://dlvr.it/6sckzf

Sep 08

Just because it’s funny.

Just because it’s funny.

Sep 04

A pair of legends, Elvis Presley and BB King, the King of Rock n Roll and the King of the Blues. Taken backstage at the Ellis Auditorium, Memphis, December 7, 1956, Ernest C. Withers.
What a shame one of them is gone… can you imagine the performance they could deliver together now?

A pair of legends, Elvis Presley and BB King, the King of Rock n Roll and the King of the Blues. Taken backstage at the Ellis Auditorium, Memphis, December 7, 1956, Ernest C. Withers.

What a shame one of them is gone… can you imagine the performance they could deliver together now?