Don’t get me wrong. I’m not one of those wise ones who try to put Hollywood down. It just happens that I fit into the cadence and pace better here as far as living goes. New York is vital, above all fertile. - James Dean (photographed by Dennis Stock)
Jean Shrimpton photographed by Bert Stern, 1960’s
His innate physical elegance makes him incapable of an unbecoming posture. His profile is classically noble, his cheekbones high and chiseled. His huge, dark, heavy-lidded, long-lashed eyes burn with oblique intensity. Like Valentino, Garbo, and Marilyn Monroe, Buster could lower his eyelids halfway and gaze out from under them, but his look is not so much come-hither as beyond reach.
- Imogen Sara Smith
Mary Pickford and her mother, Charlotte, with Lillian and Dorothy Gish, c. 1927.