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Robert De Niro, 1976.

Robert De Niro, 1976.

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Woody Allen: Gordon was the one who said to me, when we do the split screen with the shrink, I with my shrink and she with another one. He said: “Don’t do split screen, build it. Build a set with a divider in the middle, so you’re both live. It’ll look like a split screen, but it won’t be.” 

Gordon Willis: That was a revelation to him at that point, ‘cause that meant both actors could do the scene without being interrupted with doing half a scene and half a scene and put it together optically.  

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oldfilmsflicker:

The actress who played the girl working at the porno theater concession stand, Diahnne Abbott, married Robert De Niro the same year Taxi Driver was released. They were married for twelve years. De Niro adopted her daughter Drena from a previous relationship and the two had a son together, Raphael, whom they named after the hotel in Rome where he was conceived.

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The actress who played the girl working at the porno theater concession stand, Diahnne Abbott, married Robert De Niro the same year Taxi Driver was released. They were married for twelve years. De Niro adopted her daughter Drena from a previous relationship and the two had a son together, Raphael, whom they named after the hotel in Rome where he was conceived.

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130 notes | Posted Apr 13, 13 #Robert De Niro #taxi driver #film #movies

Behind the scenes of Federico Fellini’s Nights of Cabiria.

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840 notes | Posted Apr 13, 13 #Fellini #movies #film #Pasolini

honey-rider:

Tippi Hedren, 1963 

honey-rider:

Tippi Hedren, 1963 

232 notes | Posted Apr 13, 13 #alfred hitchcock #film #movies

suicideblonde:

Robert DeNiro photographed by Steve Schapiro during the filming of Taxi Driver

suicideblonde:

Robert DeNiro photographed by Steve Schapiro during the filming of Taxi Driver

628 notes | Posted Apr 13, 13 #Robert De Niro #film #movies #taxi driver

retroadv:

Alfred Hitchcock

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416 notes | Posted Apr 13, 13 #alfred hitchcock #film #movies #rope

mariondavies:

Federico Fellini and Giulietta Masina in Venice, 1955

mariondavies:

Federico Fellini and Giulietta Masina in Venice, 1955

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wehadfacesthen:

Bette Davis, 1936

187 notes | Posted Apr 10, 13 #Bette Davis #Movies #Film

It was during one of Orson’s solo scenes in Kane that I saw him seized by this show biz impulse to save the scene at any cost. In the story, the scene takes place just after Susan Alexander leaves Kane and Xanadu. Kane, in a jealous and passionate fury, goes to Susan’s room and literally destroys it. The scene was frightening to watch and hear. The set dressing department must have found thousands of destroyable props; bottles, bowls, boxes, mirrors, furniture, and draperies. Kane destroys it all with his own two hands. Rehearsals had been thorough. There could be only one take. Another setup would require days. Every move, every light was set - exactly. The camera rolled, the operator peered through his finder and whispered, “Whenever you are ready, Orson.”

And Orson with his two hands started the destruction of the set. Crash. Bang. Split. Crunch. Chairs splintered, bottles broke. Chanel Number Five, Joy, Ashes of Magnolia, and other exotic scents filled the air and told us the property man believed in realism. Silk draperies slit and hung, limply defeated. Crash! More glass, more mirrors, more pictures from the walls. Suddenly, Orson was destroying the room with one hand, wildly swinging away to kill any object still intact. The other hand was concealed behind him, hidden from the eye of the camera, but those of us who were watching from the side could see the blood and the long gash across the hidden hand. He looked around to be sure the job was finished according to plan, and then he made his exit from the the scene and sat down near the camera. He was panting as he calmly said, “Cut.” The assistant had called a car, and in the hospital Orson’s hand was stitched by a doctor who admonished him for not stopping sooner, thereby diminishing his loss of blood.

“Blood,” said Orson, “I’ve got plenty of blood. It was the perfume I was worried about.”

- Joseph Cotten, Vanity Will Get You Somewhere

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awesomepeoplehangingouttogether:

Robert De Niro and Joe Strummer

awesomepeoplehangingouttogether:

Robert De Niro and Joe Strummer

1,122 notes | Posted Mar 6, 12 #Robert De Niro #THE CLASH #ROCK #film #movies

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erikangstrom:

“Richard said,’The next time the motherfucker call, tell him I said, ‘Suck my dick.’ I don’t give a fuck. Whatever the fuck make the people laugh, say that shit. Do the people laugh when you say what you say?’
I said, ‘Yes.’
He said, ‘Do you get paid?’
I said, ‘Yes.’
He said, ‘Well, tell Bill I said have a Coke and a smile and shut the fuck up. Jellopudding-eating motherfucker.’”
-Eddie Murphy Raw (Imitating Richard Pryor on Bill Cosby’s criticism of Eddie’s obscene stand-up).

erikangstrom:

“Richard said,’The next time the motherfucker call, tell him I said, ‘Suck my dick.’ I don’t give a fuck. Whatever the fuck make the people laugh, say that shit. Do the people laugh when you say what you say?’

I said, ‘Yes.’

He said, ‘Do you get paid?’

I said, ‘Yes.’

He said, ‘Well, tell Bill I said have a Coke and a smile and shut the fuck up. Jellopudding-eating motherfucker.’”

-Eddie Murphy Raw (Imitating Richard Pryor on Bill Cosby’s criticism of Eddie’s obscene stand-up).

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96 notes | Posted Feb 20, 12 #eddie murphy #comedy #film #movies