Look at your LJ userpics list. If you have fewer than 50 icons, pick every fifth one. If you have between fifty and seventy-five icons, pick every seventh one. If you have over seventy-five icons, pick every tenth one. If you have fewer than ten, pick all of 'em. List them on your LJ, and tell everyone exactly why you have it, why it's interesting to you, what significance does it have.
A production still of Marlene Dietrich in Morocco. For being provocatively male.
Jeremy Brett as Sherlock Holmes--the Sherlock Holmes-iest of Sherlock Holmes'.
Ranma Saotome (the girl) and Ryoga Hibiki (the pig) from a first season (the best season) episode of Ranma 1/2. Here, Ranma, who's really a boy, is in girl-form to compete in a martial arts/gymnastics competition against Kodachi Kuno, at her girls' school. Ryoga, who's actually a boy, is in pig form and was chained to Ranma as a dirty trick. So now you know.
Charlie Chaplin and Mabel Normand as seen in the 1914 Mack Sennett picture, Tillie's Punctured Romance. The film also stars Marie Dressler, whose appeal I still don't understand, and Chaplin's never as good in the Sennett pictures as he is in his own. But I loved Mabel Normand.
Charles Foster Kane chasing "Boss" Gettys down the stairs after Gettys has threatened to tip papers off about Kane's mistress if Kane doesn't withdraw from the race for governor. Ah, the wild politics of fantasy land!
Ranma, again. This from a later, lesser season.
An old drawing of mine called "Headache." It's an embellishment of a doodle I produced in class whilst I, indeed, had a headache.
Misato Katsuragi and Pen-pen in some Neon Genesis Evangelion post-production art.
Indiana Jones beating a Nazi. Subtlety, folks.
Here Lady Kaede surprises her new husband in Akira Kurosawa's Ran.
Donald Duck tries to read peacefully whilst starring in the strangest and most unsettling cartoon of his career, Duck Pimples.