makkly44:

Gene Kelly & Shirley MacLaine in What a Way to Go 1964


Happy 80th Birthday to Shirley MacLaine!
The iconic actress who’s known for her belief in reincarnation recently played the brash American among the Brits on TV’sDownton Abbey. In January she told an interviewer that she doesn’t worry about birthdays: “The number doesn’t matter. … It’s all about how you feel.”

makkly44:

Gene Kelly & Shirley MacLaine in What a Way to Go 1964

Happy 80th Birthday to Shirley MacLaine!

The iconic actress who’s known for her belief in reincarnation recently played the brash American among the Brits on TV’sDownton Abbey. In January she told an interviewer that she doesn’t worry about birthdays: “The number doesn’t matter. … It’s all about how you feel.”

kawaiisharkchan:

joobrthebaticeer:

reapergrellsutcliff:

Fashions of the Future as Imagined in 1893

Illustrations from “Future Dictates of Fashion” by W. Cade Gall that was published in the January 1893 issue of The Strand magazine.

i love this because no matter when someones makes a “FASHIONS OF THE FUTURE” prediction it’s always like, in 50 years we will all look INSANE!!! whatever we wear now we will wear those things but COMICALLY OVERSIZED AND WEIRDER

is this jojo’s bizarre adventure

Looking back at the future! Remember wearing that in the ‘60’s? Um… perhaps not…

It’s a great day to celebrate a beloved classic. Happy 50th, Ford Mustang.

broadcastarchive-umd:

The Monkees was a sitcom on NBC from 1966 to 1968. The series follows the adventures of four young men (The Monkees) trying to make a name for themselves as rock ‘n roll singers. Starring were Peter Tork, Mickey Dolenz, Michael Nesmith and Davy Jones.
The show introduced a number of innovative new-wave film techniques to series television and won two Emmy Awards in 1967. The program received a long afterlife in Saturday morning repeats (CBS and ABC) and syndication, as well as overseas broadcasts. (Wikipedia)

broadcastarchive-umd:

The Monkees was a sitcom on NBC from 1966 to 1968. The series follows the adventures of four young men (The Monkees) trying to make a name for themselves as rock ‘n roll singers. Starring were Peter Tork, Mickey Dolenz, Michael Nesmith and Davy Jones.

The show introduced a number of innovative new-wave film techniques to series television and won two Emmy Awards in 1967. The program received a long afterlife in Saturday morning repeats (CBS and ABC) and syndication, as well as overseas broadcasts. (Wikipedia)

What do you think their reactions would be to 8-tracks?