gingerrogerss: Constance Bennett by Edwin Bower Hesser, 1920s
He didn’t act as though he were a star at all. We all gave each other suggestions and he was very critical of himself, never satisfied with his work, and worried about how every scene would turn out. He was so great when he played a scene, he had the ability to make everyone else look great too. He used to come on the set and watch the scenes even when he wasn’t in them. He was that interested in the whole picture and not just his own part. - Natalie Wood
Custom design for one of Marlena Dietrich's famous Las Vegas costume's and full length fur coat
On the set of Rebel Without a Cause, Steffi Sidney jokingly compares James Dean and his reclusiveness to legendary actress Greta Garbo.
natalie wood in the daily news color studio, 1966. photo by harry warnecke
Natalie Wood and James Dean reading during a break in the filming of Rebel Without a Cause (1955).
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James Dean preparing for the “knife fight” scene in “Rebel Without A Cause”, 1955.