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Victor, Victoria, French lobby card set B. 1982

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robert-preston:


"I’m a woman pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman."Victor Victoria (1982)

In honor of a great Oklahoman, Mr. James Garner. I will miss your warmth and charisma. RIP.
robert-preston:


"I’m a woman pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman."Victor Victoria (1982)

In honor of a great Oklahoman, Mr. James Garner. I will miss your warmth and charisma. RIP.
robert-preston:


"I’m a woman pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman."Victor Victoria (1982)

In honor of a great Oklahoman, Mr. James Garner. I will miss your warmth and charisma. RIP.
robert-preston:


"I’m a woman pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman."Victor Victoria (1982)

In honor of a great Oklahoman, Mr. James Garner. I will miss your warmth and charisma. RIP.
robert-preston:


"I’m a woman pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman."Victor Victoria (1982)

In honor of a great Oklahoman, Mr. James Garner. I will miss your warmth and charisma. RIP.
robert-preston:


"I’m a woman pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman."Victor Victoria (1982)

In honor of a great Oklahoman, Mr. James Garner. I will miss your warmth and charisma. RIP.
robert-preston:


"I’m a woman pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman."Victor Victoria (1982)

In honor of a great Oklahoman, Mr. James Garner. I will miss your warmth and charisma. RIP.
robert-preston:


"I’m a woman pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman."Victor Victoria (1982)

In honor of a great Oklahoman, Mr. James Garner. I will miss your warmth and charisma. RIP.

    robert-preston:

    "I’m a woman pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman."
    Victor Victoria (1982)

    In honor of a great Oklahoman, Mr. James Garner. I will miss your warmth and charisma. RIP.

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    robertpreston:

    I WANT TO GIVE YOU THIS MOVIE!

    It’s summer! Movies, music and ice cream! What better way to celebrate than with your own copy of The Music Man!

    I’m going to give away this copy on August 18 - that’s one month from now! Plenty of time for you to do what’s needed to make this digital delight your very own!

    To win this DVD, all you need to do is:

    • Follow this Tumblr
    • Like and share this post
    • Tell me your favorite Robert Preston role

    On August 18, I’ll draw one random winner and post their name here! Then, I’ll send this lovely DVD your way! And I might even include a few Music Man stickers with it, too!

    (via robertpreston)

    Robert Preston and Gary Cooper in Beau Geste (1939).

    robertpreston:

    I WANT TO GIVE YOU THIS MOVIE!

    It’s summer! Movies, music and ice cream! What better way to celebrate than with your own copy of The Music Man!

    I’m going to give away this copy on August 18 - that’s one month from now! Plenty of time for you to do what’s needed to make this digital delight your very own!

    To win this DVD, all you need to do is:

    • Follow this Tumblr
    • Like and share this post
    • Tell me your favorite Robert Preston role

    On August 18, I’ll draw one random winner and post their name here! Then, I’ll send this lovely DVD your way! And I might even include a few Music Man stickers with it, too!

    “Well, I’m telling you that the people out here are farmers, no matter how much oil they got in their land. You want to come out of this territory with a profit? You’d be better off taking that diamond stickpin out of your tie and putting a straw hat on the back of your head and a chaw in your cheek! You’re gonna have to hunker down and talk business with a man who’s cleaning out his pigsty. That’s where a lot of sales are made… and it can’t be done in a New York suit!”
    Rubin Flood (Robert Preston) in The Dark at the Top of the Stairs (1960)

    I WANT TO GIVE YOU THIS MOVIE!

    It’s summer! Movies, music and ice cream! What better way to celebrate than with your own copy of The Music Man!

    I’m going to give away this copy on August 18 - that’s one month from now! Plenty of time for you to do what’s needed to make this digital delight your very own!

    To win this DVD, all you need to do is:

    • Follow this Tumblr
    • Like and share this post
    • Tell me your favorite Robert Preston role

    On August 18, I’ll draw one random winner and post their name here! Then, I’ll send this lovely DVD your way! And I might even include a few Music Man stickers with it, too!

    The legendary Robert Preston in the Prince of Grand Street with Neva Small. 
The play which opened for out-of-town tryouts on March 7, 1978, closed approximately a month later on April 15, 1978.

    The legendary Robert Preston in the Prince of Grand Street with Neva Small. 

    The play which opened for out-of-town tryouts on March 7, 1978, closed approximately a month later on April 15, 1978.

    As Centauri in the 1984 sci-fi classic, The Last Starfighter.

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