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17th October 2014

Photo reblogged from My Quiet Time with 875 notes

Mmmm.

Mmmm.

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17th October 2014

Photo reblogged from My Quiet Time with 595 notes

erotic-book-addict:

Damn-

Pretty.

erotic-book-addict:

Damn-

Pretty.

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17th October 2014

Photo reblogged from Busy Reading Erotica with 52,240 notes

Rain.

Rain.

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17th October 2014

Photo reblogged from Paris Was A Woman with 30 notes

etund:

Natalie Clifford Barney, Janet Flanner, and Djuna Barnes in 1925.


Paris women

etund:

Natalie Clifford Barney, Janet Flanner, and Djuna Barnes in 1925.

Paris women

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17th October 2014

Photo reblogged from Busy Reading Erotica with 43 notes

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17th October 2014

Photo reblogged from Busy Reading Erotica with 40 notes

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17th October 2014

Photo reblogged from Busy Reading Erotica with 79 notes

True dat.

True dat.

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Source: masterwolf6612

17th October 2014

Photo reblogged from STILETTO with 5,161 notes

The road ahead.

The road ahead.

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17th October 2014

Photo reblogged from aquadisale with 269 notes

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17th October 2014

Photo reblogged from Paris Was A Woman with 7 notes

pariswasawoman:

Arletty (15 May 1898 – 24 July 1992) was a French actress, singer, and fashion model.
Arletty was born Léonie Marie Julie Bathiat near Paris, to a working-class family. Her early career was dominated by the music hall, and she later appeared in plays and cabaret. Arletty was a stage performer for ten years before her film debut in 1930. Arletty’s career took off around 1936, when she appeared as leading lady in the stage plays Les Joies du Capitole and Fric-Frac, in which she starred opposite Michel Simon.
In 1945, Arletty appeared in her most famous film role, the central part of Garance in Marcel Carné’s Les Enfants du Paradis, her fourth role for the director. Arletty was imprisoned in 1945 for her wartime liaison with a German Luftwaffe officer, Hans-Jürgen Soehring, during the occupation of France. She allegedly later commented on the experience, “My heart is French but my ass is international.” After a moderately successful period as a stage actress in later life, an accident in 1963 left her nearly blind, forcing her to retire. One of her final screen appearances was in a small role as an elderly French woman in The Longest Day (1962).

pariswasawoman:

Arletty (15 May 1898 – 24 July 1992) was a French actress, singer, and fashion model.

Arletty was born Léonie Marie Julie Bathiat near Paris, to a working-class family. Her early career was dominated by the music hall, and she later appeared in plays and cabaret. Arletty was a stage performer for ten years before her film debut in 1930. Arletty’s career took off around 1936, when she appeared as leading lady in the stage plays Les Joies du Capitole and Fric-Frac, in which she starred opposite Michel Simon.

In 1945, Arletty appeared in her most famous film role, the central part of Garance in Marcel Carné’s Les Enfants du Paradis, her fourth role for the director. Arletty was imprisoned in 1945 for her wartime liaison with a German Luftwaffe officer, Hans-Jürgen Soehring, during the occupation of France. She allegedly later commented on the experience, “My heart is French but my ass is international.” After a moderately successful period as a stage actress in later life, an accident in 1963 left her nearly blind, forcing her to retire. One of her final screen appearances was in a small role as an elderly French woman in The Longest Day (1962).

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