So cool, and with no words.

Promotional Shot For "The Kid" - Charlie Chaplin As The Tramp & Jackie Coogan As "The Kid" (Years Before He Portrayed Uncle Fester In The TV Show "The Addams Family"

Marcello Mastroianni (wearing hat and glasses in bath) in 8½. °

Marcello Mastroianni (wearing hat and glasses in bath) in (Federico Fellini,

Mary Badham as "Scout" Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird, 1962.

Scout Finch (Mary Badham), from the film "To Kill a Mockingbird" with Gregory Peck as Atticus Finch,

W. Eugene Smith - The Walk to Paradise Garden, 1946

''The Walk to Paradise Garden'' - The children of photographer W. Eugene Smith walk hand-in-hand in the woods behind his home, 1946

Jean Gabin & Michèle Morgan in Port of Shadows (1938, dir.  Marcel Carné)

Jean Gabin and Michèle Morgan on set for 'Le quai des brumes' (Port of Shadows): designed by Alexandre Trauner, 1938 (directed by Marcel Carné)

"My name is Tallulah...no one south of heaven's gonna treat you finer, Tallulah had her training in North Carolina..."  Jodie Foster in Bugsy Malone

tout ceci est magnifique - Jodie Foster as Tallulah in Alan Parker's Bugsy Malone, 1976

"My name is Tallulah...no one south of heaven's gonna treat you finer, Tallulah had her training in North Carolina..."  Jodie Foster in Bugsy Malone

tout ceci est magnifique - Jodie Foster as Tallulah in Alan Parker's Bugsy Malone, 1976

Shirley Temple - loved watching her movies growing up!!

Shirley Temple was an all time favorite of mine! I have a collection of her movies on DVD and they always bring a smile to my face! She will be missed!

Charlotte Henry in Alice in Wonderland (1933, dir. Norman Z. McLeod)

Charlotte Henry as Alice in “Alice in Wonderland” Directed by Norman McLeod, Paramount, USA, 1933

Orson Welles in The Third Man

One of my absolute favorite film noir: "The Third Man" 1949 -It was directed by Carol Reed in Britain and starred Joseph Cotten, Alida Valli, Orson.

Beauty and the Beast.  (Jean Cocteau- 1946)

La Belle Et La Bete, the legendary fairytale noir film by Jean Cocteau, Incomparable beauty!

Fellini 8½, 1963

Guido (Marcello Mastroianni): "All the confusion of my life. has been a reflection of myself!" -- from directed by Federico Fellini

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