1. spaceghostzombie:

 

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  4. retrogasm:

Julie Newmar

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    Julie Newmar

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  7. awardwinningfemme:

 

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  8. blastedheath:

Dorothea Tanning (American, 1910-2012), Tableau vivant (Living Picture), 1954. Oil on canvas, 116.6 x 88.8 cm.

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    Dorothea Tanning (American, 1910-2012), Tableau vivant (Living Picture), 1954. Oil on canvas, 116.6 x 88.8 cm.

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  9. Love & Rockets #28 (December 1988), Part 4

    theblackestofsuns:

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    Every element of this drawing is perfect, down to the loose end of the belt dangling from the buckle. The shape and angle of the foot demonstrate a proud allegiance to a fine tradition in American cartooning. Jaime prevails again.

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  11. monsterman:

Dracula (1931)

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    Dracula (1931)

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  12. nettierharris:

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nettie harris

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  13. fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

The house used for this film was loaned to the filmmakers by the owner, who planned to demolish it anyway, thereby ensuring that they could do whatever they wanted to the house.
Night of the Living Dead (1968)

    fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

    The house used for this film was loaned to the filmmakers by the owner, who planned to demolish it anyway, thereby ensuring that they could do whatever they wanted to the house.

    Night of the Living Dead (1968)

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  15. retrogirly:

Photography by Paul Huf, 1961

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    Photography by Paul Huf, 1961

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