Old Hollywood Tag - Part 2!

  • Ava Gardner: How many siblings do you have?
  • Betty Grable: What is your favorite physical feature of yourself?
  • Carole Lombard: Where were you born?
  • Debbie Reynolds: What is your favorite genre of movies?
  • Errol Flynn: Are you a fan of facial hair?
  • Farley Granger: Do you like scary movies?
  • Gene Tierney: What is your dream job?
  • Hedy Lamarr: If you had to invent something, what would it be?
  • Irene Dunne: How much sleep do you get at night?
  • Judy Garland: Are you afraid of storms?
  • Kay Thompson: What is your favorite cartoon?
  • Laurence Olivier: Novels or plays?
  • Marilyn Monroe: Do you have any birthmarks?
  • Nancy Olson: Disney or Nickelodeon?
  • Orson Welles: What is your favorite food?
  • Paul Newman: Have you ever voted?
  • Anthony Quinn: What was your first job?
  • Rock Hudson: How tall are you?
  • Sophia Loren: What is the most recent movie you've seen?
  • Tony Curtis: What is your favorite band?
  • Una Merkel: Have you ever been in a fist fight?
  • Veronica Lake: How do you wear your hair?
  • William Holden: Do you smoke?
  • ReX Harrison: Can you speak more than one language?
  • Yvonne De Carlo: Can you play an instrument?
  • Zeppo Marx: Are you a romantic?
  • avasgal:

    I just would like to take the time to say that the classic Hollywood fandom got it right. We’re mostly of the younger generation and all of us have been smart enough to realize how much old movies can illustrate so many unique ideas and stories and also why those days were the finest in cinematic history. Many people our age couldn’t handle a black and white film, but we live for those movies. I’m glad I’m not alone.


Barbara Stanwyck combing Gary Cooper’s hair in Meet John Doe, 1941

William Powell and Myrna Loy in Double Wedding (1937).

Lauren Bacall


    The thing about Michael Jackson was was that he didn’t really HAVE to hold the highest record of something to prove he was the greatest. Dude just was.

    Marry me pls rn thanks