wallmartlouis said: so i was wondering... what type of person was james when he fought with someone? was he the type of person that would scream a lot or was he kind of calm?
well there is a quote from Barbara Glenn where she said, “We had a lot of fights. I was very emotional. I cried and screamed a lot back then. But Jimmy never screamed back. The hardest thing for Jimmy to do was to be angry.” I mean I’m sure he had times when he would get fed up and yell… but I think for the most part he was the kind of person who held it all in (and then used acting as a way to deal with his emotions, you know?).
Does anyone else lie in bed at 2:30am filled with the crippling fear that they’re never going to accomplish anything in life and fail miserably or is that just me
James Dean photographed by Richard C. Miller, 1955.
James Dean and Louis Jourdan in the Broadway play “The Immoralist”, 1954.
Anonymous said: Do you think Jimmy was really rebellious or it was just the way he was ? He was a special person with a unusual personality, so what do you think explains the way he was ?
He was not really rebellious the way the movie depicted him to be. He was definitely unusual but a kind soul, loved animals, children and old people. He wasn’t aggressive. He was also shy and quite an intellect.
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