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He would be bothered when someone would say he was mean and disrespectful. Because actually, he wasn’t. They took his silence to mean he cared little or nothing for them. They didn’t have the insight, or didn’t care to exercise the insight, in knowing that he was a shy boy that just didn’t know how to approach them. Instead of making an attempt to approach him, they just, well, they just wrote him off. - Lew Bracker

When the press criticized Dean for being only tall, Dean responded by saying, “How can you measure acting in inches?

Along came a Spyder, picked up a rider, took him down the road to eternity.

James Dean & Sal Mineo on location at the Griffith Observatory during the filming of Rebel Without A Cause (1955)

Rebel Without A Cause, 1955 ~ James Dean & Sal Mineo on location at the Griffith Observatory during filming

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James Dean as Jeffery Latham in an episode of “The Schlitz Playhouse” series titled “The Unlighted Road”.

Fade to black, eyewitness to James Dean’s fatal accident » Photos from the Vault

Copy of a speeding ticket Dean got 20 miles south of Bakersfield on hwy. doing 65 in a 55 zone.

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jimmydean-jamesdean: “ “With all his crazy ways, he’s the cutest guy we’ve have around Hollywood in a long long time. Problems or not, he’s one boy we’d all like to hang on to.

Ooooo!!! His eyes look like they're lookin right thru ya❣

“James Dean and veteran actress Mary Astor during a break while rehearsing The United States Steel Hour TV drama The Thief, photos by Roy Schatt, The Thief aired.

James Dean with a Rollei

As a child, Dean knocked out his front teeth in a barn accident and had them replaced with a dental bridge. As an adult, Dean liked to remove the bridge and place it in the bottom of different people’s drinking glasses as a prank.

James Dean with his cousin, Marcus, photographed by Dennis Stock.

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jamesdeaner: “ James Dean with his cousin, Marcus, photographed by Dennis Stock.

James Dean durante el rodaje de “Rebelde sin Causa” (Rebel without a Cause), 1955

James Dean in discussion with director Nicholas Ray during the filming of Rebel Without A Cause, 1955 I hadn’t seen this one before

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