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Paper Mario (2001)

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"She was the love of my life. Sometimes at night, I’d get a portable record player and drive out to the country to a little clearing we’d found. We’d put on ballet music. Some of our most magical moments were there" - William Holden 


”I couldn’t quite fathom that she was real. There were so many paradoxes in that face. Darkness and purity; depth and youth; stillness and animation. She had a fresh new look, a beauty that was ethereal.” - Anthony Beauchamp

"In a a cruel and imperfect world, she was living proof that God could still create perfection” - Rex Reed

"She is a marvelous, lovely, and charming lady! Yes, she’s wonderful!" - Albert Finney

“She was the best that we could possibly be; she was perfectly charming and perfectly loving. She was a dream. And she was the kind of dream that you remember when you wake up smiling.” Richard Dreyfuss

”Once she sensed that she could trust somebody, she’d do anything for them. And if she were disappointed in them, it would be the end of the world for her.” – Robert Wolders
"She was the love of my life. Sometimes at night, I’d get a portable record player and drive out to the country to a little clearing we’d found. We’d put on ballet music. Some of our most magical moments were there" - William Holden 
”I couldn’t quite fathom that she was real. There were so many paradoxes in that face. Darkness and purity; depth and youth; stillness and animation. She had a fresh new look, a beauty that was ethereal.” - Anthony Beauchamp
"In a a cruel and imperfect world, she was living proof that God could still create perfection” - Rex Reed
"She is a marvelous, lovely, and charming lady! Yes, she’s wonderful!" - Albert Finney
She was the best that we could possibly be; she was perfectly charming and perfectly loving. She was a dream. And she was the kind of dream that you remember when you wake up smiling.” Richard Dreyfuss
”Once she sensed that she could trust somebody, she’d do anything for them. And if she were disappointed in them, it would be the end of the world for her.” – Robert Wolders

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rareaudreyhepburn:

Audrey Hepburn photographed by Howell Conant on the set of Breakfast at Tiffany’s, 1960.

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super-greenmario:

LIFE HAS MANY DOORS ED-BOY

super-greenmario:

LIFE HAS MANY DOORS ED-BOY

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