I love people named Peter

Peter O’Toole, Peter Sellers, Peter Bogdanovich, Peter Dinkledge, Pete Doherty, Peter Facinelli, Peter Fonda, Peter Frampton, Peter Gabriel, Peter Gallagher, Peter Graves, Peter Hook, Peter Jackson, Peter Jennings, Peter Krause, Peter Lorre, Peter Sarsgaard, Peter Stormare, Pete Townshend, Peter Weir, Peter Wingfield, Pete Yorn and many, many more.

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Peter O’Toole ca. 1950.
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Peter Lawford and Bette Davis have a disagreement in Dead Ringer (1964)
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I’ve always thought of O’Toole as a complex, tripartite character invented by JM Barrie. He’s capable of seducing with the irresistible, innocent charm of Peter Pan. He can produce a nonchalant, urbane sophistication worthy of Mr Darling, before intentionally self-sabotaging with Captain Hook-like flashes of dangerous, deranged derring-do. You never quite know which personality to expect.
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Peter Lawford’s seen better days in Dead Ringer (1964)
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Warner Brothers Christmas: Peter Lorre is about to take out Santa Sydney Greenstreet
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Johnny West: Don’t ever get mixed up with a Chinese goddess, Icey. That’s the worst thing that can happen, the very worst.


Movie Quote of the Day – Three Strangers, 1946 (dir. Jean Negulesco) | the diary of a film history fanatic
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 Three Strangers, 1946 (dir. Jean Negulesco)
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dis album tho
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Peter Capaldi shot for BAFTA Scotland by Rich Hardcastle