I restore myself when I’m alone.
1941 Portrait of Norma Jeane
Ladies of the Chorus (1948)
This edit is perfection
By Earl Moran in the 1940s
“She seemed very shy, and I remember that when the studio workers would whistle at her, it seemed to embarrass her.” - Cary Grant
↳Ladies Of The Chorus (1948)Peggy: Mother. Mae: Yes dear? Peggy: I...I want to talk to you. Mae: Won't it keep 'till morning? Peggy: No. It's about Randy. Mae: What about Randy? Peggy: He...He...He... Mae: Peggy. What are you trying to say? Peggy: He asked me to marry him.