The only known video footage of Anne Frank
I can’t think of any reason why someone would not reblog this.
If this isn’t interesting/sad to you, then I don’t know what you like in life.
Can’t we hit 1,000,000 notes? This is such a rare shot, everyone should see it.
1 million wowza
Barbra Streisand and Jon Peters attend the premire of The Prince of Tides in LA.
Via Hello Gorgeous.
THE LAMP THOUGH
the mouse is evil though
they’ll be like
what why doesnt this work
then theyll check
and nic is just there
My dad asked for my sister and I to set up the Christmas tree, we couldn’t find the decorations but we improvised…
In every way, every day, I need less of myself and I need more him - more him– Barbra Streisand (via myloveforbarbra) Via I Love You Barbra
Hey America, guess what the date is?
Pretty much everyone!
"I remember Barbra wanted our characters to kiss at the end. And I felt after he has been through all of this and been betrayed. That he couldn’t get pass that that quickly to kiss. So we had a bit of an disagreement on that."
"And in the end, we came nose to nose and then parted. And now I wished I’d kissed you her. So like to kiss you.”
- Mandy Patinkin about Barbra on Oprah
Via Talk to me
A Star Is Born (1954)
Late in 1952 the final agreement required to make a musical of the 1937 screen classic A Star is Born was signed when Ira Gershwin consented to write the lyrics. Arlen and Gershwin knew they had to create a dramatic song for Judy Garland that allowed her to not only demonstrate her fine singing abilities, but also her flair for acting. The song that they created is The Man That Got Away. It was during the work on this score in February 1953 that Harold’s father, Cantor Samuel Arluck, died. Harold, deeply affected and distressed by his father’s passing, forced himself to keep working.
Judy Garland pre-recorded the song on September 3, 1953.
According to sound man Earl Bellamy: “When Judy sang to playback, you could never hear anything…She wanted me to start off at a full blast and then she topped that…her huge voice carrying out over the rafters. You could hear Judy clear as a bell, and she sang right with it…”
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