vinylespassion:

Two Manchester girls who hope to break into the song writing business are Maggie Whittaker (l), a Sales Promotion Officer and Irene Francis, a housewife, 1968.

vinylespassion:

Two Manchester girls who hope to break into the song writing business are Maggie Whittaker (l), a Sales Promotion Officer and Irene Francis, a housewife, 1968.

(Source: exploitastic)

darkscreens:

I acted in self defense
Don’t look so unconvinced
There’s one thing to be certain of
Trouble will always catch you up
You wash away my blues darling
You were made for me
There’s no way I can lose darling
When you’re with me

The whiskey goes straight to my head
Wish I could be with you instead
I feel every note you play
I’ve yet to find a better way
To wash away my blues darling
You were made for me
There’s no way I can lose darling
When you’re with me

darkscreens:

I hoped you’d reach out for my hand
To try and make me understand

But you’re ghost like
In your bad dreams
By the dim light
Of the dark screens
You’re ghost like
In your bad dreams
And you hold tight
With silent screams

I didn’t know what I would find
When I looked deep into your eyes

Cause you’re ghost like
In your bad dreams
By the dim light
Of the dark screens
You’re ghost like
In your bad dreams
And you hold tight
With silent screams

darkscreens:

The hell hounds are howlin’
You’ve got to keep movin’
The hell hounds are howlin’
You’ve got to keep movin’
You stepped into the endless black night
Acid rain ruined your cheap clothes
I let you go without a fair fight
This cannot be the life that we chose

The hell hounds are howlin’
You’ve got to keep movin’
The hell hounds are howlin’
You’ve got to keep movin’
Your progress is slowed by your sore feet
As you walk through this town alone
You pass the place where we used to meet
With a heart that’s made of limestone

darkscreens:

I was feeling like an actor in a black & white scene
The illusions will shatter let me show you what I mean
I will meet you at the station your eyes light up so bright
And without hesitation you will stay with me tonight…alright

darkscreens:

On those cold, wet & grey days
We would plan our awaydays
You’ll be waiting a lifetime
Cause no time’s the right time
When you’ve got a good friend
But you’ve reached a dead end
So you walk out the front door
With all that you’ve worked for

So how long have you known
That you can’t go back home
You better look elsewhere
Cause you don’t belong there
I’ll think of you always
Remember your strange ways
But in the maze of the city
I find your name escapes me

darkscreens:

I met you in a street fight
You could hate just like a loaded gun
You don’t walk the streets alone at night
When you’re held tight by the one you love

Now I’m not asking you to change your life for me
This life of violence is just too much for me
Now I’m not asking you to take more lives for me
This life of violence it won’t ever set me free

You’re famous in your own right
In your shadow is where I’ll always be
For me the end is now in sight
Then you will see the real me

Now I’m not asking you to change your life for me
This life of violence is just too much for me
Now I’m not asking you to take more lives for me
This life of violence it won’t ever set me free

indypendent-thinking:

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theyroaredvintage:

Linda Darnell in “Fallen Angel”, 1946

theyroaredvintage:

Linda Darnell in “Fallen Angel”, 1946

lottereinigerforever:

Robert Mitchum in “The night of the hunter”

lottereinigerforever:

Robert Mitchum in “The night of the hunter”


'Other actors act. Mitchum is. He has true delicacy and expressiveness but his forte is his indelible identity. Mitchum, simply by being there, makes almost any other actor look like a hole in the screen.' —David Lean

'Other actors act. Mitchum is. He has true delicacy and expressiveness but his forte is his indelible identity. Mitchum, simply by being there, makes almost any other actor look like a hole in the screen.' —David Lean