ctrlaltderezz:

spicer-cthulhusummoning-lovejoy:

things i can’t seem to find in decent quality anywhere: that other tianic movie david warner was in

where he was a semi-leading romantic interest

CAN YOU IMAGINE

Whoaaaa he’s gorgeous here *___* literally every single picture is photogenic as hell brb dying

stop that.

Tags: david warner

spicer-motherfucking-lovejoy:

spicer-motherfucking-lovejoy:

WELL SINCE THIS MOVIE IS RATED ‘G’

AND I WON’T BE DYING

I GUESS THIS WILL HAVE TO DO

THIS RASPBERRY TART IS FUCKING DELICIOUS

but then he actually died for some reason and i was like AHAHAHA OH WOW WHAT

i can’t handle this face.

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winegumbleach:

AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

HOLY SHIT GURRRRLLLL.
THIS IS TOO ADORABLE.

winegumbleach:

AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

HOLY SHIT GURRRRLLLL.

THIS IS TOO ADORABLE.

winzler:

Inspired by Nickvinsky’s angry li’l Tron, have an angry li’l Sark.

daw daw daw

winzler:

Inspired by Nickvinsky’s angry li’l Tron, have an angry li’l Sark.

daw daw daw

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poorshadowsofelysium:

David Warner as Hamlet, 1965. Here with Rosencrantz and Gildenstern. According to Mary Maher’s Book, Modern Hamlets and Their Soliloquies, Warner was the first Hamlet to address the soliloquies directly to the audience in several generations.

poorshadowsofelysium:

David Warner as Hamlet, 1965. Here with Rosencrantz and Gildenstern. According to Mary Maher’s Book, Modern Hamlets and Their Soliloquies, Warner was the first Hamlet to address the soliloquies directly to the audience in several generations.

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David Warner in Hamlet (1965)

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David Warner in Hamlet (1965)