I love how Linda and Sam are legitimately terrified of that while Kevin and Dean look extremely let down that Buzz Aldrin had made a demon deal.
Up until this moment I thought Crowley was talking about Buzz Lightyear.
I THOUGHT HE MEANT BUZZ LIGHTYEAR TOO OMG
please tell me you know who Buzz Aldrin is
I don’t know whether to laugh or cry rn
BUT THE ACTING HERE. BECAUSE HE’S DIGORY. AND HE BUILT THAT WARDROBE. WITH THE WOOD FROM THE TREE HE PLANTED. AND SO HE KNOWS IT’S NARNIA. HE’S WAITED HIS WHOLE LIFE, AND HE’S PROBABLY GIVEN UP AND SHOVED THAT HOPE AWAY IN THE BACK OF HIS MIND AND SUDDENLY THESE FOUR CHILDREN SHOW UP AND THEY FIND IT.
Fun fact: CS Lewis based the professor on JRR Tolkien. Tolkien in turn based Treebeard on CS Lewis.
that is a very fun fact yes
Fat flapper! Dancing her heart out in a nightclub, somewhere around 1925. A bit of Josephine Baker in the inspiration for this one. Josephine Baker’s fat sister?
On a related note, Ethel Waters, in a movie from the 40’s co starring Lena Horne, dancing and being magnificent while fat. I’ll have to look that up! It’s a fabulous scene.
Watercolor and ink on cotton paper, 2013 Anne Lillian
Fashion Friday: Downton Abbey
Everyone’s favorite post-Edwardian drama returns on Saturday, January 5th. Get ready for Downton Abbey’s season five premiere with five fabulous 1920s fashions from our collection. Explore all of the Museum’s 1920s costumes and accessories.
“Woman’s Court Presentation Ensemble: Dress, Tran, Slip, Headdress and Fan,” c. 1928, Designed by Callot Soeurs
“Woman’s Evening Wrap,” 1925, Designed by House of Worth
“Wedding Ensemble: Dress, Slip, and Headpiece,” c. 1925, Designed by Jeanne Lanvin
“Woman’s Evening Dress,” c. 1926, Designed by Yteb
“Woman’s Shoes,” 1918-23, Worn by Mrs. Charles Wharton Churchman (Emily Butler Biddle)