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  •   rhettrophilia What in the world is this movie about? 8h
  •   art_from_hollywoodland Lol. Well according to Wiki (I've never seen it) it a comedy about a man (Joel McCrea) who runs away on his wedding night because he thinks he killed a wedding guest. His father & bride (Stany) find him in New Orleans & convince him to come home. I'd actually never even heard of the film till I stumble across these lobby cards so I have no idea if it's any good @rhettrophilia 2h

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mildred.fierce Barbara Stanwyck as Jo Courtney, the madame of an upscale French Quarter bordello in the 1930s, in "Walk on the Wild Side" (1962). This speech.

#barbarastanwyck #walkonthewildside
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cronuty "I never did get much good out of books." #BarbaraStanwyck #BabyFace #1933 #nowwatching 1d

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mildred.fierce Barbara Stanwyck 1940s

#barbarastanwyck
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classichollywood_xoxo Barbara Stanwyck narrating Henry Fonda's lady friend encounters in "The Lady Eve" (1941)
Oh god I wish videos could be longer than 15 seconds on Instagram so I could post the whole video. I don't think I've ever laughed harder at a movie than the first time I saw this. It still has me in stitches.
#barbarastanwyck #henryfonda #classichollywood
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Normal ♡ Hooray for Old Hollywood ♡
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historicalcinema Husband and wife, Robert Taylor and Barbara Stanwyck, are accompanied by friend, Clark Gable on the gold course.
#historicalcinema #goldenagecouples #goldenage #barbarastanwyck #roberttaylor #clarkgable #golf #goldenagegolf
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historicalcinema Gary Cooper and Barbara Stanwyck in a publicity still for Meet John Doe, suggested by @iheartgarycooper! Thank you for commenting!
#garycooper #barbarastanwyck #meetjohndoe #perfecttogether #comment #historicalcinema #oldhollywood
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vintage_vixens ≼Barbara Stanwyck≽ "...I know very little about the simple life. I’m a product of crowded places and jammed-up emotions, where right and wrong weren’t always clearly defined and life wasn’t always sweet, but it was life.” 3d

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classicladiesandgents #StanwyckSunday - I finally saw #DouglasSirk's drama #TheresAlwaysTomorrow (1956) starring #BarbaraStanwyck and #FredMacMurray. It's a fantastic study on marriage, family life, needs and desires. The reason it works so well is because it centres on the middle classes and the older characters are relatable and sympathetic #Stany #Missy #StanySisters #BarbaraBros #classicladiesandgents #oldhollywood #classichollywood 3d

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cherie_moviemagic #StanwyckSunday ️ | "Start with the voice, which seems to have been around since the world began: lush, weary, tender, worldly, skeptical, ranging nimbly between hard and soft. It could be metallic, mannish and brittle or gentle as a down pillow, sometimes within the same film, as befits an actress who was at ease in every genre, from woman’s melodrama to the western, with noir and screwball comedy in between. Though film buffs have treasured her for years, Barbara Stanwyck has burned less brightly among general moviegoers for whom a higher voltage is synonymous with stardom. She was neither a great beauty nor a glamour puss, and the importance of this — her refusal or inability to be simplified into a single image — has to be seen as a major factor in her longevity. More iconoclast than icon, more a character star on the order of Bogie or Cagney, she was often the second or third choice after Claudette Colbert, Jean Arthur, Bette Davis and Irene Dunne. Yet she has worn especially well. And if she was underappreciated in her time, her minimalist gifts — the fluid movement, the stillness in repose, the sense of interiority — have come to seem ultramodern." ~ A Girl Named Ruby 'A Life of Barbara Stanwyck' by Victoria Wilson #barbarastanwyck#classichollywood#vintage#actress#screenlegend#stany#oldhollywood#hollywoodgreats#goldenera#silverscreen 3d

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