Sonia Delaunay And Matching Citroen, 1925 by Glen.H

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<br />Fashion designer Delaunay customised this Citroen B12 boat-tail to match her clothing in 1925

1963 Pontiac Bonneville Superior Ambulance by Greg Gjerdingen
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Minnesota Street Rod Association (MSRA) “BACK TO THE 50′s” 43nd Annual Car Show June 17-19, 2016 State Fairgrounds St. Paul, Minnesota Click here for more car pictures at my Flickr site. Also on Tumblr


Behind the scenes of John Hughes films

The Breakfast Club; John Hughes nearly fired Judd Nelson for his mean attitude toward Molly Ringwald. Paul Gleason convinced him not to, telling Hughes it was method acting.

Planes, Trains, and Autombiles; No transportation company wanted to appear inept or deficient in any way, so crews had to rent twenty miles of train track and refurbish old railroad cars, construct a set that looked like an airline terminal, design a rent-a-car company logo and uniforms, and rent 250 cars for the infamous Rent-a-Car sequence.

Sixteen Candles; Molly Ringwald almost lost the part of Samantha to Ally Sheedy her future co-star.

Home Alone/Home Alone 2: Lost in New York; During a rehearsal of the scene where Harry and Marv catch Kevin, Joe Pesci accidently bit Macaulay Culkin’s finger, leaving a permant scar. On the set of the sequel, Pesci told Culkin to “shut up” after Culkin asked why he never smiled.

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off; During the parade several of the people seen dancing (including the construction worker and the window washer) originally had nothing to do with the film. They were simply dancing to the music being played and John Hughes found it so humorous that he told the camera operators to record it.

Pretty in Pink; John Hughes was allegedly unhappy with the ending. He wanted Andie to get together with Duckie. But the film’s ending of Andie getting together with Blaine was forced upon him by the studio.

(information from IMDB)