the children's hour

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“At the time we made The Children’s Hour, there were not real discussions about homosexuality. It was about a child’s accusation. It could have been about anything. So none of us were really aware. We were in the mindset of not understanding what we were basically doing. These days there would be a tremendous outcry, as well there should be. The profundity of this subject was not in the lexicon of our rehearsal period even. Audrey and I never talked about this. Isn’t that amazing? Truly amazing.” —Shirley MacLaine

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Today,Queen Elizabeth visited the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospitel, where survivors of the Manchester attack are being treated. She met a number of children who survived the traumatic incident and said to one of the girls ‘’It’s dreadful. Very wicked.’’ The Queen also admitted she thought Ariana Grande was a very good singer, saying ‘’She sounds very, very good.’’

She also thanked hospital staff who worked tirelessly to keep the children alive in the hours after the tragedy. Fourteen victims remain at the hospital, including five in critical care. 

TCM Star of the Month: June 2017; Audrey Hepburn

06/05/2017

Roman Holiday (1953) with Gregory Peck

Love in the Afternoon (1957) with Gary Cooper

Green Mansions (1959) with Anthony Perkins

We Go to Monte Carlo (1953) with Jules Munshin

Laughter in Paradise (1951) with Alastair Sim


06/12/2017

Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961) with George Peppard

My Fair Lady (1964) with Rex Harrison

The Nun’s Story (1959) with Peter Finch

The Children’s Hour (1961) with Shirley MacLaine


06/13/2017

The Unforgiven (1960) with Burt Lancaster


06/19/2017

How to Steal a Million (1966) with Peter O'Toole

Wait Until Dark (1967) with Alan Arkin

The Lavender Hill Mob (1952) with Alec Guinness

The Secret People (1952) with Valentina Cortese


06/26/2017

Paris When it Sizzles (1963) with William Holden

Funny Face (1957) with Fred Astaire

Always (1989) with Richard Dreyfuss

War and Peace (1956) with Mel Ferrer


06/27/2017

Robin and Marian (1976) with Sean Connery


06/30/2017

Two for the Road (1967) with Albert Finney

POTH children part 1!

finally finished the first part fully colored for drawing them for  3 continous days! i’m quite happy with the outcome and its been a good challenge for me,i also simply love all the designs for these children they are so creative and so colorful i love it!this is kinda them posing for a picture maybe? i’m not good with positions so this is the best i could think of for them.

 also i really apologize if i got any of the children wrong,if the name,color,info,creator,height and among other things i really apologize if it is so.also sorry on how some of them aren’t continued like they only look like they just have their upper body part,some of the references i got are only halfbody,sorry.

here comes the credits oh boy!

the list will start at the top left row to the top right row then the bottom left row to the bottom right row


Black letter= @the-animecraver26

Black Shadow= @azimula

aamyrie= @armitia

acrylic= @azzyloraluck

vital= @tawny-hero

raithe= @theninjagirlzone5

star= @mkitkat

vibrant= @doingtheart

star pastel= @dreamscomeandgo819

palath= @minecraftbonniebunny123

scarlet= @themaidofdoom

pink= @sequoiaflores

neon scribble= @doodle-daddy

camilia= @lillithofacademytale

pot= @zoidart

pastel= @torosiken

???= @angexci

hoshi= @yoshilove0

aurora = @roch6103

irrlia= @iminlovewhitu

glaze= @mochidoesstuff

swirl= @broken-tale-comic

Venturis Rerum = @ryssbelle

stencil= @flarepup


and the parents! 

goth @nekophy and palette @angexci


(congrats to neko and anger for being grandparents!)

i hope you guy like it~

oh and also i know these children are not all of the poth children so why note help me out? do you have a poth children or know of a poth child that isnt here? send me a reference sheet for the child and i will add them in the future parts!

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At the time we made The Children’s Hour, there were not real discussions about homosexuality. It was about a child’s accusation. It could have been about anything. So none of us were really aware. We were in the mindset of not understanding what we were basically doing. These days there would be a tremendous outcry, as well there should be. The profundity of this subject was not in the lexicon of our rehearsal period even. Audrey and I never talked about this. Isn’t that amazing. Truly amazing. —Shirley MacLaine