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aladyloves:

Robert Taylor, Norma Shearer, and George Sanders in a publicity photo for Her Cardboard Lover (1942)

aladyloves:

Robert Taylor, Norma Shearer, and George Sanders in a publicity photo for Her Cardboard Lover (1942)



deforest:

Norma Shearer in Pleasure Mad (1923)

deforest:

Norma Shearer in Pleasure Mad (1923)



barbarastanwyck:

Norma Shearer sunbathing on a diving board, 1936

barbarastanwyck:

Norma Shearer sunbathing on a diving board, 1936







barbarastanwyck:

Norma Shearer and Irving Thalberg aboard Joseph Schenck’s yacht, 1934

barbarastanwyck:

Norma Shearer and Irving Thalberg aboard Joseph Schenck’s yacht, 1934



fredricmarch:

Fredric March with Norma Shearer in Smilin’ Through (1932)



barbarastanwyck:

Louis B. Mayer escorting Norma Shearer at her first public appearance since husband Irving Thalberg’s passing, 1936

barbarastanwyck:

Louis B. Mayer escorting Norma Shearer at her first public appearance since husband Irving Thalberg’s passing, 1936





barbarastanwyck:

At the wrap party for The Women, Rosalind Russell was dancing with George Cukor when Ernst Lubitsch passed her and said, “If you want more close-ups in the picture, never mind dancing with your director, you’d better dance with Norma Shearer!” Without missing a beat, Russell took Shearer’s hand with a wink and danced her across the floor.

barbarastanwyck:

At the wrap party for The Women, Rosalind Russell was dancing with George Cukor when Ernst Lubitsch passed her and said, “If you want more close-ups in the picture, never mind dancing with your director, you’d better dance with Norma Shearer!” Without missing a beat, Russell took Shearer’s hand with a wink and danced her across the floor.



peterjaussie:

Norma Shearer, The New Movie magazine, August 1930 by The Bees Knees Daily on Flickr.

peterjaussie:

Norma Shearer, The New Movie magazine, August 1930 by The Bees Knees Daily on Flickr.