September 29th, 2014
September 28th, 2014

misstanwyck:

20 Favorite Barbara Stanwyck Films in no particular order 
⇨ All I Desire (1953)
We’re a big disappointment to each other, aren’t we? You’ve got a mother with no principles; I’ve got a daughter with no guts. 

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artdecoluv:

Barbara Stanwyck and George Brent perform The Other Love on radio 1947.
George Brent would have been so much better in the movie than David Niven. I like Niven fine, but not in The Other Love. He doesn’t seem believable and had zero chemistry with Barbara. 
I don’t think George was offered the role, and if he had been, he may have thought it too much like his part in dark victory.
I love Barbara in the film, but it would have been better with a stronger presence in the doctor role.

artdecoluv:

Barbara Stanwyck and George Brent perform The Other Love on radio 1947.

George Brent would have been so much better in the movie than David Niven. I like Niven fine, but not in The Other Love. He doesn’t seem believable and had zero chemistry with Barbara. 

I don’t think George was offered the role, and if he had been, he may have thought it too much like his part in dark victory.

I love Barbara in the film, but it would have been better with a stronger presence in the doctor role.

eleanorspowell:

"There was a vulnerability that, once revealed, always felt genuine. It was a vulnerability you could feel her trying to control, as if she didn’t want the audience to have access to it, as if it came out against her will. It was as if you could see Ruby Stevens, that girl from Brooklyn, always coming through the great actress Barbara Stanwyck."
– Jennifer Jason Leigh

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gloriaswanson:

Barbara Stanwyck in The Other Love (1947)

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nostalgiepourmoi:

Barbara Stanwyck, the Queen Missy.