Shadows On A Silver Screen
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Nancy Berg photographed by Erwin Blumenfeld, 1954
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Marlon Brando photographed by Phil Stern, behind the scenes of Guys and Dolls, 1955.

Marlon Brando photographed by Phil Stern, behind the scenes of Guys and Dolls, 1955.
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In honor of Bob Hoskins, I decided to make a gifset of Eddie Valiant where he is stating over and over again that he dislikes toons, even from the first moment we see him in the film. But when he sees Betty Boop, it doesn’t matter. Out of all the toons and his hatred for toons, he still loved Betty and was so kind to her. And I always loved that about Eddie Valiant’s character and I think Bob Hoskins portrayed that very well. Rest in Peace, Bob Hoskins, thank you for being the best Eddie Valiant anyone could ask for.

In honor of Bob Hoskins, I decided to make a gifset of Eddie Valiant where he is stating over and over again that he dislikes toons, even from the first moment we see him in the film. But when he sees Betty Boop, it doesn’t matter. Out of all the toons and his hatred for toons, he still loved Betty and was so kind to her. And I always loved that about Eddie Valiant’s character and I think Bob Hoskins portrayed that very well. Rest in Peace, Bob Hoskins, thank you for being the best Eddie Valiant anyone could ask for.

In honor of Bob Hoskins, I decided to make a gifset of Eddie Valiant where he is stating over and over again that he dislikes toons, even from the first moment we see him in the film. But when he sees Betty Boop, it doesn’t matter. Out of all the toons and his hatred for toons, he still loved Betty and was so kind to her. And I always loved that about Eddie Valiant’s character and I think Bob Hoskins portrayed that very well. Rest in Peace, Bob Hoskins, thank you for being the best Eddie Valiant anyone could ask for.

In honor of Bob Hoskins, I decided to make a gifset of Eddie Valiant where he is stating over and over again that he dislikes toons, even from the first moment we see him in the film. But when he sees Betty Boop, it doesn’t matter. Out of all the toons and his hatred for toons, he still loved Betty and was so kind to her. And I always loved that about Eddie Valiant’s character and I think Bob Hoskins portrayed that very well. Rest in Peace, Bob Hoskins, thank you for being the best Eddie Valiant anyone could ask for.

In honor of Bob Hoskins, I decided to make a gifset of Eddie Valiant where he is stating over and over again that he dislikes toons, even from the first moment we see him in the film. But when he sees Betty Boop, it doesn’t matter. Out of all the toons and his hatred for toons, he still loved Betty and was so kind to her. And I always loved that about Eddie Valiant’s character and I think Bob Hoskins portrayed that very well. Rest in Peace, Bob Hoskins, thank you for being the best Eddie Valiant anyone could ask for.

In honor of Bob Hoskins, I decided to make a gifset of Eddie Valiant where he is stating over and over again that he dislikes toons, even from the first moment we see him in the film. But when he sees Betty Boop, it doesn’t matter. Out of all the toons and his hatred for toons, he still loved Betty and was so kind to her. And I always loved that about Eddie Valiant’s character and I think Bob Hoskins portrayed that very well. Rest in Peace, Bob Hoskins, thank you for being the best Eddie Valiant anyone could ask for.
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Dorothy Dandridge photographed by Edward Clark for Life Magazine, c. 1951

Dorothy Dandridge photographed by Edward Clark for Life Magazine, c. 1951

Dorothy Dandridge photographed by Edward Clark for Life Magazine, c. 1951

Dorothy Dandridge photographed by Edward Clark for Life Magazine, c. 1951

Dorothy Dandridge photographed by Edward Clark for Life Magazine, c. 1951
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