chuckkaslow:









Been working on this on and off the past 2.5 weeks. My little tribute to the Twilight Zone, in honor of the Halloween season (Note to self, I need to draw within my scanners boundaries next time [Also, it’s a bit crowded by the ‘light’ in Twilight])


Beautiful! 

chuckkaslow:

Been working on this on and off the past 2.5 weeks. My little tribute to the Twilight Zone, in honor of the Halloween season (Note to self, I need to draw within my scanners boundaries next time [Also, it’s a bit crowded by the ‘light’ in Twilight])

Beautiful! 

“I want to continue to explore those stories that have more to do with cultural leaders than artistic leaders…” 
(via Kantor brings wide-angle lens to PBS’s American Masters | Current.org)

“I want to continue to explore those stories that have more to do with cultural leaders than artistic leaders…” 

(via Kantor brings wide-angle lens to PBS’s American Masters | Current.org)


Marilyn and Arthur in June 1956.

Marilyn and Arthur in June 1956.

“I’ve never seen an entertainer more comfortable in his own skin, more certain of who he was…”

“I’ve never seen an entertainer more comfortable in his own skin, more certain of who he was…”

Charlie Chaplin photographed by James Abbe (c. 1922)

Lon Chaney - “The Phantom Of The Opera” (1925)

Playwright, essayist, and prominent figure in twentieth-century American theatre, Arthur Miller was born on this day in 1915.
(via Arthur Miller - None Without Sin | American Masters | PBS)

Playwright, essayist, and prominent figure in twentieth-century American theatre, Arthur Miller was born on this day in 1915.

(via Arthur Miller - None Without Sin | American Masters | PBS)

bothkindsofmusic:

Merle Haggard - It Makes No Difference Now

Mondatory Merle singin’ some Bob Wills.

One of the greatest playwrights in American history, Eugene O’Neill was born on this day in 1888.

One of the greatest playwrights in American history, Eugene O’Neill was born on this day in 1888.


Marilyn in 1947.

Marilyn in 1947.


The Misfits 

The Misfits 

Marian Seldes, a vital figure in New York theater, died last week, in her Manhattan home. She was 86. Watch her in outtakes from our 2003 film, Juilliard. 

Marian Seldes, a vital figure in New York theater, died last week, in her Manhattan home. She was 86. Watch her in outtakes from our 2003 film, Juilliard. 

"Lucy, I’m homeeeee!" On this day in 1951 "I Love Lucy" starring Lucille Ball premiered on CBS television. 

"Lucy, I’m homeeeee!" On this day in 1951 "I Love Lucy" starring Lucille Ball premiered on CBS television.