oldhollywood:

Halloween (1978, dir. John Carpenter) (via)

oldhollywood:

Gene Wilder Peter Boyle in Young Frankenstein (1974, dir. Mel Brooks)(via)

oldhollywood:

Henry Fonda in The Long Night (1947, dir. Anatole Litvak) Photographer: Alexander Kahle

oldhollywood:

Fredric March in Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (1931, dir. Rouben Mamoulian) (via)

oldhollywood:

Cary Grant in None but the Lonely Heart (1944, dir. Clifford Odets)

“When Grant was awarded his honorary Oscar, he requested that a clip from None but the Lonely Heart be included in his film composite. Gregory Peck, who was going to leave the scene out of the assemblage, says: ‘…Cary cried on the screen, and he wanted that in. I didn’t think it was one of his greatest moments. But he insisted. He said, ‘Well, I didn’t do much of that kind of emotion, but I think that was rather good.’

Grant: ‘I thought the picture showed a successful bit of acting. I was usually cast as a well-dressed, sophisticated chap.This time I was an embittered cockney. In many ways the part seemed to fit my nature better than the light-hearted fellows I was used to playing.’”

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