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  1. The Annual FrankGrimes Torture Thread

    And some people slap! I do not! I'm too sweet for such meanness remember?! I don't think I was emotionally connected to All Quiet on the Western Front as much as I thought I would be. But the ending is excellent. I love that ending. honestly, I thought it would be the other way around for you with this one. Of course you like the ending! It's tragic! I loved the butterfly, though. I thought it very emotional and profoundly beautiful the way they ended it, but I had to watch it a couple times to like it-I should say, to understand it. While I don't cite myself as a big Niven fan, I often find myself liking him a great deal. I think he's really good. He's so darn pleasing. I wish he did more main roles in his earlier days. He always played the character actor in the 30, but it does impress me that he changed from sidekick to the main attraction with many of his films, especially the later ones in his life. He always surprises me with something. I think that's why I like him so much. He isn't only charming and handsome, but has a lot of life to him. To me, that's how he steals the movie from the main actors at times. He has a natural humor too with his body mannerisms like William Powell. Maybe it's just me who sees that, but He makes me smile. That makes me wonder why so many people don't like Four Men and a Prayer. He is so goofy and so darn cute! How can you help but go "AAWWWW" Heehee! A Debbie Reynolds musical is cruel and unusual punishment! But it could be way worse. Yep, it could be Judy! I think you'd personally like Debbie's looks more than Judy. It was rather funny to see Bette playing opposite the spoiled brat. Ohhhh, how history would soon change. Bogie was definitely baby-faced Bogie. I don't know if his "Valentine" was to be Hispanic or Italian. That's something I very much liked about The Bad Sister. You don't ever see Bette as the shy sweet girl. Almost no one in the universe could control her wild personality on screen. I thought it very refreshing. It kind of seemed to me that Bogie was trying to be more Italian. I didn't see the Hispanic side, but then I'm terrible at spotting things like that. It was the way he carried himself for me. Yes, Kate was still in her shy, wholesome, repressed girl stage of her career. And I also agree with you about the story being merely solid. I did like the emotion from Kate, though. That's where the value of the film is with me. Kate always gives great emotion. I don't care what movie she was in. The story could lack, but Kate would carry the weaker ones through, at least for me...unless you bring up The Iron Petticoat. That's one I think she was miscast in, but that's a rare exception. There was dancing? As usual, my focus was on the story more than anything. I liked the sisterly story with the man in the middle. Yes, I know, you ignore all the good stuff! Heehee! That's a cute story. You like all the love triangles. I bet she likes being compared to Liz! In the good ways! That's because I'm empty! Does that mean you can fall off the wall and not even the king's men can put you back together again?! HAHAHA! The love angle is completely different. I also thought the way the trouble-making girl was shown much better in These Three. Yes, I'll say you're right on that account most definitely. I can't believe I'm agreeing with you, but they did make it a little more interesting in These Three for the girl. She has some attitude! The one in Children's hour is more freaked out, I think. You're making me wait?! Where's my apple pie?! You know Mari from a few things! what do you mean "Who the heck is she?!" She's pretty! What else do I know her from? We're talking of Mari Aldon right? You have seen her in Summertime and The Barefoot Contessa silly. GASP!! Messy?! Messy?! How could you not have liked it? It does have similarities to Diary of a Lost Girl, you're right. I'm not sure what had me not embracing Fraulein, fully. The setting, possibly. NOOOOOOO! Poor Dana! I just love her character. She was so guarded. She's one of those people that is exquisite, but they don't know their own beauty. I love that. She had a special relationship with her daddy too. I liked that. They tried protecting each other. And her emotion just floors me every time. Especially when they find her lost beau and she see what has happened to him and how he treats her. You can just see the pain on her face. She was the hunted fox who had a devilish innocence to her, if that's possible. a devilish innocence? Someone's being delusional again! Heehee! Actually, I kind of know what you mean. She is an uncontrollable brat who is very naïve about life and many things, especially how men work around her. Yeah, the cute little day dresses Dana was wearing! AWWW! Heehee! Isn't that exactly what you look for in a film, Frankie? yes, I always look at the pretty dresses. Oh, come on, that was suppose to make you chuckle, silly goose! It's not like I really meant that....but I totally did. Heehee! Well she is gorgeous in her cute little dresses, I'm just saying! He's such a creep! Whew! I wouldn't ever want to be a girl around him. His lack of feeling for any person was convincing...and disturbing. Chandler had some tough scenes in the car with Elizabeth (Brooke Hayward). That scene royally freaked me out! Oh my goshly, it was way too convincing. I don't like him one bit! The girls in that film weren't much better. They put themselves in horrible situations. I hate when I see that happening. It's rare to find anyone liking Miriam! I'm one of the few. Really? You think so? There are quite a few people at the TCM fest that I met, who really liked Miriam. They like her sexiness. Mostly men said that. I'd just scrunch my nose politely. Heehee! Of course you like Diana Dors. "Oh Larry, I know a lovely way to cure the common cold" Heehee! She was a traitor! She'd make me traitorous! Pfftt! Yeah, I'd like to see that. Poor Twickenham! She was totally the one who poisoned him! How'd you like the story of this one? Did you laugh a lot? That's a really good point!...ummm...OOH! The Forbidden Street, she is more sweet than spitfire. Ha! There you go! I need to check that out! You'd like it, but I don't think you'll like the ending. You'd like her in it. Roxie Hart is a prison flick. Those hardly ever work with me. Oh, that's right! Forgive me, I forgot about that. I'm picky with prison films as well. Some are hard to get through. But there are certain ones that I think hold their own greatness that is just too hard not to like. This is one. WHY OH WHY?!? "What's wrong with the way I talk? Am I dumb or something?" Perfect! So lovable! Lovable?! Were you watching the same film I'm talking about? Did you like any part of it? Besides her? Hey, I didn't tell you to watch that! I knew that would be painful for you! I don't like to inflict these things on you!...regardless of whether you think I'm a strangler or not. You are a strangler! GASP! You take that back!
  2. The Annual FrankGrimes Torture Thread

    Look who it is! It's what's her name! Always hiding! Are you currently hiding Snippy, too? "What's her name?!" Such a meanie! Some people give hugs when they see people after a long absence! Yes I'm hiding Snippy. I've locked her away from you, so you can't torture her! All Quiet on the Western Front (1930) - So I completely thought you had seen this one for some reason. I'm not the absolute biggest fan of war movies, but this one affected me. It's not your typical movie that girls go for, but I was glued to the TV for this one. I loved Lew's performance! His emotion was perfectly displayed in all the right ways! This was one of the biggest films I had yet to see. Miss G had suggested it to me a couple times. I certainly did like it, but I was expecting to like it more. Love the book-ending of the film. From the "rah rah" expectations from the idealistic to the difficult situations of the realistic. I liked that mix of idealistic with realistic! I thought they pulled it off rather nicely. I wouldn't have preferred it any other way! I can see you expecting to like it more for some reason. It has a lot of hype. I'm trying to think of what you didn't like with it. Around the World in Eighty Days (1956) - This is a really cute one! David Niven! Yay! I love that Noel Coward made an appearance in this one. But then you probably thought it was too cutesie for you. What I liked most about the film is its charm. It's such a winning film. Yes, Niven and all his charm. You seem to like that about him and certain other actors like Chevalier. It's all rather interesting to me. I really liked the imagination with the film overall. Bachelor Mother (1939) - This one is too good!! It's a comfort film for me, but I can't ever decide between this one and the Debbie Reynolds musical remake. They are both adorable! YAY! You'd never last through the Debbie one. I really wanted to see it on the big screen at the festival, but I think it was the same night as the red carpet. You're right, I'd probably keel over watching the Debbie musical remake. Ugh! Maybe that should be punishment for calling me "What's her name". ;p Heehee! The Bad Sister (1931) - I watched this one for Bette, but I ended up thinking Charles Winninger and Zasu Pitts stole it for me. You just can't go wrong with Zasu. She's too cute! It was Sidney Fox (who?!) that I liked most in this one. Bogie is almost unrecognizable in this one! Of course you liked Marianne! She was an all around spoiled brat! Whew! Her energy for creating havoc in her family was more than I could handle. So easy to dislike her! Her treatment of her own daddy and sister. Poor Bette! Bogie is very baby faced in this one. He doesn't have such a huge part here, but it's a real treat to see him in that car of his looking all charming, even if he does like that spoiled brat. Heehee! Break of Hearts (1935) - Kate!! Yay!! I'd be interested to see what you thought with this one. It's not typically my favorite of her films or even close to my favorite of her 30's films, but it's quite the little gem. The combination of Kate and Charles is really fascinating. And I think both play characters that suit them exceptionally well. A pretty mature story, too. Isn't it though?! You are completely correct! They do play perfectly suited characters. Charles is becoming very typecast in my mind like this and I kind of don't like that. It's probably why I was never head over heels about him. I really try! The story can be a little blah at times, but you start to feel for Kate, or I did. Her character sort of reminds me of Alice Adams-that sheepish shyness when embarrassed easily. The Broadway Melody (1929) - I love this musical! I can't believe you sat through so many musicals. People might start thinking you like these ya know. I'd hate for your reputation to be too ruined. Heehee! My reputation can only improve! Of the films I watched, I was most surprised by this film. I liked it! Loved Anita Page a great deal! Bessie Love was really good, too. Quite a revelation. This film shows up on "worst Best Picture" lists, but I'd say it's underrated. WOW! Really? That's great! I wasn't expecting you to say that at all! I've seen it on worst best picture lists as well and I don't agree with it either. I think it took a lot of work and originality at the time. I agree, Anita Page is really good in it. I love the Bessie Love "Boyfriend" number where she gets to go crazy with dancing. I love that it set standards for the time for many "stage" musicals to appear later on. Butterfield 8 (1960) - I know you absolutely loved this one, so don't deny it! This is one of those examples where, as a child, I didn't like this at all. I'm surprised my grandmother let me sit through this one....Actually I think I watched it without her knowing, but that's entirely besides the point. Heehee! I re-watched it when I hit about 18 or 19 and completely changed my mind about it. I think it's a great performance by Liz. I love Eddie, but then you guessed that already. I'm now convinced that Liz Taylor and Miss Goddess are one in the same. That's just mean! Poor Dahlink! She doesn't deserve such treachery! So is your number BUtterscotch 8? Ha. Ha. Very funny Frankenstein! I see through you, ya know! The Children's Hour (1961) - This is quite the extraordinary film. Very controversial. I recently showed this one to Joe, because he didn't get to see it at the festival with me and really thought it looked interesting. He loved it. I'm more surprised to learn he loved it! Quite remarkable. It's not a film for all. He likes more complicated films. I know you like "These Three" more than this one. I can understand that. They made Children's Hour completely different from it. I liked the emotional discussion between Shirley and Audrey. How they tried helping each other. No, the ending isn't my typical liking, but I find it so riveting and shocking. Distant Drums (1951) - GARY!! I can't wait to hear this one! You can wait. I did like Mari Aldon. Who the heck is she?! You're making me wait?! Where's my apple pie?! You know Mari from a few things! what do you mean "Who the heck is she?!" She's pretty! Fraulein (1958) - GASP!!!! YES! I'm so happy you watched this one finally! Dana is magnificent in it! I love her character. She tried so hard to protect herself and even though she is scared stiff, yes tries to hide it, you can see that fear in her eyes. Her body language is so defensive. It's an interesting story, even with people complaining of the propaganda aspect of it. I agree, it does hit you in the face, but I still love it. This one is rather messy. Kind of similar to Diary of a Lost Girl. I wanted to like it more. GASP!! Messy?! Messy?! How could you not have liked it? It does have similarities to Diary of a Lost Girl, you're right. The Gazebo (1959) - I'm jealous that you've seen this one. I dearly wish to watch it. You would like it. Yay, then I can't wait! Gone to Earth (1950) - EWWWWWWWW!!!! I like Jen Jones, but for goodness sake, her running amok and very annoying personality are like nails on a chalkboard for me. Yet, I know you loved this one. You always go for the free-spirit girls. The guys in it were even more vexatious. What do you mean, "EWWWWWWWWWW!!!"?! This one is good! Jenny is great! Love the "animal attraction" of this film. David Farrar is good at providing sparks. Yeah I know why you liked it! EWWW!! Heehee! Farrar is certainly great at stirring emotions in the audience for his films. That's for surely! Jenny's personality in this was so painful to watch! It was like watching a really ditzy naïve girl and making her even more stupid about life. I like care free girls like Betty Field in Shepherd of the Hills, but at least she had some common sense. The whole "animal attraction" thing was okay at first, but then it started bugging me. It seemed like she cared more for the animals than the actual people in her life. Invasion of the Body-Snatchers - Okay, this is a favorite. It's cheesy and my husband thinks I'm a dork for loving it, nevertheless, it's Dana. What could go wrong?! She's gorgeous with her pretty poofy dresses and I'm on the edge of my seat the whole time. Love it! It's always a plus to see Kevin McCarthy in anything as a young man. I still see him as the bad guy in "Innerspace" and it makes me giggle happily. Poofy dresses? Say what?! Yeah, the cute little day dresses Dana was wearing! AWWW! Heehee! Isn't that exactly what you look for in a film, Frankie? The Lady from Cheyenne (1941) - Even though I consider Loretta one of my top 5 favorite classic actresses, even I didn't absolutely love this one. It had it's cute moments and the ending was okay, but this one was a little bland over all and very far-fetched. There's not a lot of accuracy with this one. And I wrote a 43 page term paper of the vote for women in high school. Heehee! 43 pages?! Wow! The courtroom really bogs this one down for me. Don't look at me. My daddy wanted me to know what thorough research was in high school. It's a long story! Heehee! I agree with the courtroom stuff. That didn't help the excitement of the film for me either. Mad Dog Coll (1961) - Why did I sit through this one? I don't know; however, I found John Davis Chandler very convincing a creep of a mob killer. For a "nothing" film, I though it was pretty decent. You are right, Chandler is the biggest reason why. He really is convincing. He's such a creep! Whew! I wouldn't ever want to be a girl around him. His lack of feeling for any person was convincing...and disturbing. The Old Maid (1939) - This one greatly affected me when I was a kid. I would just cry buckets for Bette. Such a deeply emotional story. I didn't know Bette did a "Stella Dallas" kind of film. This one is good. Yeah, it had a Stella Dallas feel, but It's actually quite different. This is the film that really made me dislike Miriam Hopkins. But I was a kid at the time, so I had to force myself to watch other films of hers, so I could have an unbiased opinion. I had to convince myself it was only one movie. heehee! On the Double (1961) - My favorite Danny Kaye movie!! YAY!! "I'm on a salt-free, fat-free, high protein, low calorie, low cholesterol diet." Now this is a film where I like Dana! She's beautiful in this one. And then there is Diana Dors! Wowza! YAY for Dana! She's wonderful here! Of course you like Diana Dors. "Oh Larry, I know a lovely way to cure the common cold" Heehee! She was a traitor! The Redhead from Wyoming (1953) - I love Moey as a feisty girlie! When isn't she?! That's a really good point!...ummm...OOH! The Forbidden Street, she is more sweet than spitfire. Ha! There you go! Roxie Hart (1942) - This is a favorite of mine from Ginger! I'm a Chicago musical lover, but I saw this beforehand. I have to say Ginger rocks at playing Roxie! I think she can be very versatile. When she is sweet and shy, she plays it out perfectly and when she has sass-a-frass, you better watch out! I very much respect her for it. Arrrrgh! Not a film that I was too keen on. Wow, I got a whole pirate growl out of you for this one. You must have hated it! Ha! That makes me giggle for some reason! Why not? Singin' in the Rain (1952) - So how did you like the sexy Cyd Charisse in her green get-up? I love Debbie in this one. She packs one heck of a personality. Donald O' Connor trips me up every time. I liked Jean Hagen! WHY OH WHY?!? "What's wrong with the way I talk? Am I dumb or something?" Tea and Sympathy (1956) - Deborah!! How exciting! I know you wanted to see this one for a while. Did you like it? I have a strong feeling you did, but that's just a guess. Yes, I like Tea and Sympathy. The subject matter was certainly of note, especially for its time. I liked that! It's so different and not the usual for Deborah. I loved her character! Till the Clouds Roll By (1946) - This is such a cute all-star musical! Every number is bubbly and perfect! Heehee! I love Jerome Kern's music, so I always enjoy seeing this one. Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!! Painful! There was some numbers I did enjoy, though. Hey, I didn't tell you to watch that! I knew that would be painful for you! I don't like to inflict these things on you!...regardless of whether you think I'm a strangler or not.
  3. The Annual FrankGrimes Torture Thread

    Hey there Sweet T, Glad to here it. Don't ever stop giggling! I shall never! I don't think you have to worry. Heehee! Someone once told me I was too silly and I look dright at them and said "well maybe you're too serious" and giggled back. Ha! You two always make me laugh! Glad we could help! I'm sure he will watch it. I did enjoy Greer and the alligators. Lesley Ann Warren is very cute too. I have no doubt he will watch it! He wants to hold it over my head and blame me for the torture he will endure! How rude! Heehee! I like Leslie in that! It was the first movie I saw of hers. Have you seen the other live action Disney musical she is in? It's called the family band, I think. My momma tried getting me to like that one and I didn't like it as much. Frank is really branching out all over the place. He'll be watching Judy Canova films by the end of the year! Yes he is! I'm proud of him for it! Hahaha! I don't know if he will like those Canova films.
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    Top of the morning, Larry! Hey there Baby T!!! It is so nice to hear from you and see you posting again. I hope things are going really well for you. I have been doing good. I just got back to posting again myself. Things are just lovely, thank you for asking! I still giggle way too much. Heehee! I'm not exactly sure what you did or said to Frank but he is really going through those Greer films. I'm impressed! Hey, don't look at me. I didn't say anything! I think he wants to watch them all, so he can prove how horrible she is to me. It won't work. I know his tricks all too well. Heehee! I think she's locked up somewhere. She took Greer's murderous on-screen roles a bit too seriously. Texan women. Looks like she got out Frank! Be very afraid! I see long black gloves in your future! He's no long afraid of my long black gloves, I don't think. I've started baking pies and throwing them in his face lately. He just loves that. Three hours of Bible Class?! I'm worried! and it's a musical too! Larry! Don't convince him against it, silly goose! It's not really about bible class and the parts that are about bible class are really funny and cute. Let's talk about the fun things. They have pet alligators! Greer scolds one of them! Heck, she scolds Freddy MacMurray!
  5. The Annual FrankGrimes Torture Thread

    Alright Scooby-doo, this is a giant thing of a list! I'll do my best, you meanie!....Texan women....I'll get you for that comment! Heehee! I'm going to comment on some of these, but not all of them. Whew! All Quiet on the Western Front (1930) - So I completely thought you had seen this one for some reason. I'm not the absolute biggest fan of war movies, but this one affected me. It's not your typical movie that girls go for, but I was glued to the TV for this one. I loved Lew's performance! His emotion was perfectly displayed in all the right ways! Around the World in Eighty Days (1956) - This is a really cute one! David Niven! Yay! I love that Noel Coward made an appearance in this one. But then you probably thought it was too cutesie for you. Bachelor Mother (1939) - This one is too good!! It's a comfort film for me, but I can't ever decide between this one and the Debbie Reynolds musical remake. They are both adorable! YAY! You'd never last through the Debbie one. I really wanted to see it on the big screen at the festival, but I think it was the same night as the red carpet. The Bad Sister (1931) - I watched this one for Bette, but I ended up thinking Charles Winninger and Zasu Pitts stole it for me. You just can't go wrong with Zasu. She's too cute! Break of Hearts (1935) - Kate!! Yay!! I'd be interested to see what you thought with this one. It's not typically my favorite of her films or even close to my favorite of her 30's films, but it's quite the little gem. The Broadway Melody (1929) - I love this musical! I can't believe you sat through so many musicals. People might start thinking you like these ya know. I'd hate for your reputation to be too ruined. Heehee! Butterfield 8 (1960) - I know you absolutely loved this one, so don't deny it! This is one of those examples where, as a child, I didn't like this at all. I'm surprised my grandmother let me sit through this one....Actually I think I watched it without her knowing, but that's entirely besides the point. Heehee! I re-watched it when I hit about 18 or 19 and completely changed my mind about it. I think it's a great performance by Liz. I love Eddie, but then you guessed that already. The Children's Hour (1961) - This is quite the extraordinary film. Very controversial. I recently showed this one to Joe, because he didn't get to see it at the festival with me and really thought it looked interesting. He loved it. Distant Drums (1951) - GARY!! I can't wait to hear this one! Fraulein (1958) - GASP!!!! YES! I'm so happy you watched this one finally! Dana is magnificent in it! I love her character. She tried so hard to protect herself and even though she is scared stiff, yes tries to hide it, you can see that fear in her eyes. Her body language is so defensive. It's an interesting story, even with people complaining of the propaganda aspect of it. I agree, it does hit you in the face, but I still love it. The Gazebo (1959) - I'm jealous that you've seen this one. I dearly wish to watch it. Gone to Earth (1950) - EWWWWWWWW!!!! I like Jen Jones, but for goodness sake, her running amok and very annoying personality are like nails on a chalkboard for me. Yet, I know you loved this one. You always go for the free-spirit girls. The guys in it were even more vexatious. Invasion of the Body-Snatchers - Okay, this is a favorite. It's cheesy and my husband thinks I'm a dork for loving it, nevertheless, it's Dana. What could go wrong?! She's gorgeous with her pretty poofy dresses and I'm on the edge of my seat the whole time. Love it! It's always a plus to see Kevin McCarthy in anything as a young man. I still see him as the bad guy in "Innerspace" and it makes me giggle happily. The Lady from Cheyenne (1941) - Even though I consider Loretta one of my top 5 favorite classic actresses, even I didn't absolutely love this one. It had it's cute moments and the ending was okay, but this one was a little bland over all and very far-fetched. There's not a lot of accuracy with this one. And I wrote a 43 page term paper of the vote for women in high school. Heehee! Mad Dog Coll (1961) - Why did I sit through this one? I don't know; however, I found John Davis Chandler very convincing a creep of a mob killer. The Old Maid (1939) - This one greatly affected me when I was a kid. I would just cry buckets for Bette. Such a deeply emotional story. On the Double (1961) - My favorite Danny Kaye movie!! YAY!! "I'm on a salt-free, fat-free, high protein, low calorie, low cholesterol diet." The Redhead from Wyoming (1953) - I love Moey as a feisty girlie! Roxie Hart (1942) - This is a favorite of mine from Ginger! I'm a Chicago musical lover, but I saw this beforehand. I have to say Ginger rocks at playing Roxie! I think she can be very versatile. When she is sweet and shy, she plays it out perfectly and when she has sass-a-frass, you better watch out! I very much respect her for it. Singin' in the Rain (1952) - So how did you like the sexy Cyd Charisse in her green get-up? I love Debbie in this one. She packs one heck of a personality. Donald O' Connor trips me up every time. Tea and Sympathy (1956) - Deborah!! How exciting! I know you wanted to see this one for a while. Did you like it? I have a strong feeling you did, but that's just a guess. Till the Clouds Roll By (1946) - This is such a cute all-star musical! Every number is bubbly and perfect! Heehee! I love Jerome Kern's music, so I always enjoy seeing this one. Toni (1935) - I love the work of Jean Renoir. I think he truly followed his daddy's footsteps with artistic talent in every sense. But this one just wasn't a big favorite when I saw it. Maybe I have to re-watch it. The main guy, Charles Blavette aggravated me because of his back and forth lack of honesty with the women in his life, especially the one he was living with. He shouldn't have led her on so much. To me, he was the epitomy of selfish through the whole movie with the exception of the very end. And that was completely out of character for him to do for his love. I fought with myself to like this movie all through it. I really wanted to like it! I do happen to think you will very much like the premise of it and some of the characters.
  6. The Annual FrankGrimes Torture Thread

    LARRY!!!: Thank you sweet Baby T, wherever you are! Hi Larry! I'm here! I'm sorry, I've been caught up with a lot recently. Everything sort of happened with my life and it all came at me at once. It's been a bit overwhelming. I do miss it on here and all of you and your beautiful writings. I sign in every once a while to read. I promise. I was planning on coming back on here shortly anyway. How are you, darling? Mr. Jack in the box: I think she's locked up somewhere. She took Greer's murderous on-screen roles a bit too seriously. Texan women. How rude! Texan women?! My poor Greer! What did she do to deserve such treatment? She is perfect and you know it! I'll get to your movie list shortly, you meanie! Heehee!
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    Alright Frankenstein, Here's what I think your top 10 are! YAY! This should be fun! Lawrence of Arabia (1962) The Joker Is Wild (1957) Bambi (1942) Somebody Up There Likes Me (1956) Guns of Darkness (1962) Cry of the City (1948) The Hatchet Man (1932) The Deep Blue Sea (1955) El Paso (1949) The Naked Maja (1958) I can't believe you sat through Mrs. Parkington. I know you hated it. Heehee!
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    Hey Frankenstein! GASP!!!! This is my favorite list of yours yet! I think I have seen every film but like 7 or 8. That never happens! Here is another group of films I watched. I'm guessing my watching will be slowing down after this one. Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man (1951) This is a pretty funny one, but it isn;t my favorite. I put it somewhere in the middle for the A & C list I have seen. I do like that William Frawley plays a cop in it. Age of Consent (1969) Okay I'm just going to start off by saying that the I love this movie, HOWEVER, there are many MANY parts I have to look away for or fast-forward through because there is a LOT of nudity. But Helen Mirren is one of my very very favorite actresses so I at least had to see if she was any good in it, which was why I watched it in the first place. Now having said all that, I actually really like the story. It's super cute. James Mason is nowhere near one of my favorite actors, but I liked him in it. The relationship between Helen and him is, at first, very uncomfortable, because of their vast age difference, but as the films plays, the story gets cuter with how they react around each other. I like the fluff nature of it...without the nudity. Needless to say, you loved this one, right? Blossoms in the Dust (1941) YAY!!! GREER! And don't you dare say she killed anyone! Kathy needed my long black gloves and they're ready to wear! Did you at least like ol' pipe and slippers here? The Brothers Karamazov (1958) I really love Yul Brynner here. Something tells me you'd like his "Dmitri". I love the psychology in this film. The intensity blows my mind. I'd truly love to hear to review of this one. Cleopatra (1934) I Love any film with Egyptian settings and love to compare all the Cleaopatras. This one I love purely for the fact that Claudette Colbert is playing it so differently than she usually does. She is shaking things up here as the alluring and undeniably irresistable Queen of Egypt. It is quite convincing and entertaining for me the whole way through. Designing Woman (1957) This one will be at the bottom of your list, I have already figured that out. What is it with you and being bored with the cutesie ones!? The Farmer's Daughter (1947) I have a feeling you were not into this one either. It seems too political for you and too romantic with no villain evil enough for you to keep interested. Let me know if I am wrong. Father of the Bride (1950) This one is supposed to be one that all classic film lovers are to appreciate highly. But I find it very blah. I usually take father/daughter relationship films and run with them, loving the whol aspect of them, but this doesn't really focus on them as father and daughter. It focuses too heavily on Spencer Tracy and how he deals with the changes in his life and family. Also, I think Elizabeth Taylor is whiny in it and doesn't act mature enough to be getting married. Gigi (1958) I know, you like Maurice! Yay! It's a very different plot for a fluffy cute musical. The whole concept of a young innocent girl being trained to become a man's mistress doesn't scream musical in my book, but it actually works. Plus it's Leslie Caron. She can never do wrong for me. Heehee! The Dark Past I remember seeing this long ago. This is one of those psychological ones that messes with your head. However, I remember being on the edge on my seat the whole way wanting to know what happened next. It's one of those guilty pleasures I guess. I found it highly interesting. In the Good Old Summertime (1949) This is Judy Garland. It is a musical and it's romantic fun.....you hated it? Heehee!! This film is one of my earliest memories and I adore it. I like the spunk of this remake to Shop Around the Corner. Everyone will probably hate me for saying that, but it's Judy and it's too cute not to love! Plus you get to see little Liza Minnelli at the very end! AAWWWWWW! Heehee! Marriage on the Rocks (1965) Please tell me this one made you laugh! It overloads me with happiness and funny situations. And Deborah Kerr is so goreous in it too! Nightmare (1956) OH, that's the movie you were referring to with Kevin McCarthy! Ironically, I watched this one just the other day. I haven't even logged it yet. It was REALLY good....for a film noir. Oh how I loved seeing Edward G Robinson as the good natured brother-in-law. Such a great change up for him and as a family man too! Sooooooo weird, but great! Now you truly need to see Invasion of the Body Snatchers! You will love it. I'm being honest!! It's not even fluffy and cute! I'm not lying! The Virginian (1929) Gary!!!! He's such a cutie in this one! I love the cast in this one! Mary Brian plays an interesting female lead opposite Gary. It's a different change of pace, but I liked it! Woman in the Shadows (1934) This is a Fay Wray film I have yet to see, but I had it on my list to watch soon, actually. I do love her! Do you think I would like it? Two Girls and a Sailor (1944) This is my FAVORITE of Junie Allyson's films with my Vanji (Van Johnson)! YAY!!! This is way too much fluff for you, though, and you probably thought it was too predictable. Gloria DeHaven makes a great pairing with Junie as her sister in a singing act who entertain for troops of all military branches. They are so adorable for words! I love all the swing dancing and songs, of course. The "Young Man with a Horn" sequence with Harry James and Junie is a great swing moment. That's one of the styles I am learning with my dance partner right now that I was telling you about. Great supporting performance with Jimmy Durante too that makes you heart melt! And I simply love all the camoeos with Lena Horne, the Wilde Twins, and my mom's personally favorite moment is with Gracie Allen's Concerto with Index Finger. It makes us giggle out loud every single time! Easy to Love (1953) Another Vanji movie. Gee, you're just on a roll! This is a great example of Essie (Esther Williams') work. There are flawless aquatic performances and she always gives the right amount of flare and charm. "You really can't go wrong with Essie" as my grandmama always says. She is quite right, you know. Heehee! This was also probably torture for you. Why do you do that to yourself, silly? Unless you liked her numbers with her cute little outfits. Actually, Joe really liked her in Bathing Beauty. I just looked at him and said, "You only liked seeing her in a swimsuit, didn't you?!" Of course he is always so honest and just nodded with the silliest smile. Men!!
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    Hey! Jack in the box! I'm back!! 1. Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy (1955) -- One of the best A&C films that I have seen. I've always been a sucker for the Arabian settings, especially when mummies are involved. I love A&C when there is danger involved and this one has a terrific mix of danger and laughs. It also helps that Marie Windsor is on hand for some villainy. She's excellent. And is that Richard Deacon?! Lots of fun. A & C are always good fun! I LOVE this one! You like Arabian settings? You totally left that out the last time I told you I loved anything with Egyptian settings silly! 4. The Ex-Mrs. Bradford (1936) -- Typically, it's William Powell who steals a film. Here, Jean Arthur outdoes him. And for me to watch Powell and Arthur carrying on as they do is sheer delight. The film is basically a reversal of The Thin Man. Instead of the perfect wife (Nora/Myrna Loy) helping Bill solve the crimes, we've got the meddling ex who is creating trouble more than anything for Bill. That's where the comedy stems. And I found Jean's meddlesome "Mrs. Bradford" to be a great deal of fun. The actual mysteries found in the film aren't the strongest, but they are certainly passable. An underrated film. You beat me to this one! I still haven't seen it, but I have it recorded and am ready to watch it! 6. Two-Faced Woman (1941) -- Could this actually be a Sweet T suggestion checking in this high on my list? What?! Do you believe in miracles? Yes! I never heard of this film. When I saw it starred Greta Garbo in a comedy with Melvyn Douglas, I became excited to see this one. It doesn't disappoint. Garbo and Melvyn have a whirlwind romance and get married on the quick. Eventually, Melvyn returns to work and Garbo fears he is back with is old flame, Griselda (Constance Bennett). In an attempt to figure things, Greta pretends to be her twin sister. The comedy follows. What I really loved about this film is that Greta seems to be parodying herself. She's both funny and sexy at the same time. It's remarkable. Also, the zingers Connie Bennett tosses around are absolutely hilarious. Her bitter jealousy had me rolling. Roland Young is also quite funny. This is an underrated comedy. What do you mean it's a miracle? Pffttt! I knew you would like it! I'm not generally a huge fan of Garbo, but I REALLY like this one! Connie is the best! When you pointed out that Garbo sort of parodies herself I giggled! That's part of the reason I like it.....Shhh that's our little secret. You said you didn't like Roland Young! 8. Cinderella (1950) -- Who knew this would be one of my favorite Disney princess films? I really liked it. I knew of the Cinderella story before watching the film but seeing how it was told was another thing. I enjoyed the comedy. There was a "Tom and Jerry" feel with the animals that I really liked. I also liked the entire ball sequence. I loved how it was shown. And then the mad dash before the strike of midnight. All done so well. And the villainy of the stepmother was also quite good. What's with you stepmothers always being evil, Quiet Gal? You're looking for lots of trouble with that last statement. I think i'll take a step back and watch. heehee! I can't believe you actually watched Cinderella....and liked it. You realize this is perfect for blackmail right? Heehee! I like Gus personally! Gus Gus is such a little cutie! Cinderelly Cinderelly....great now the song is in my head. Joe will love hearing that when he gets home.... I don't know if you realized this, but um.....there were musicals numbers in it. 12. The Egyptian (1954) -- I tend to worry about watching "epics" but the call of Gene Tierney made this a film I've been wanting to see. It ends up winning with me. And as lovely as Gene is in the film, it was Edmund Purdom who brings it through. Purdom plays the lead, an idealistic doctor called "Sinuhe". Sinuhe starts off well but he soon meets Miss Goddess (Bella Darvi) and his life starts to take a drastic turn. Darn that Miss G and her wiles! And Bella plays her as good as anyone. From there, the film becomes a battle for power between the regime in power and the rebels. All the while, a battle within Sinuhe rages. Gene has a couple memorable scenes. Jean Simmons plays a total sweetheart in the film. She's a doll. Victor Mature plays Sinuhe's friend in arms while Peter Ustinov is Sinuhe's under-handed loyal friend in rags. Henry Daniell also plays an angel of a fella. It's a pretty good film. I find it funny that we watched this at almost the same time. I really liked Jean Simmons' character here. She is very courageous and fights for herself and those she loves. Peter Ustinov wins me over here. I don't usually seek him out in films, but he captured my attention. The one big negative thing I have to say about this one is that when certain characters take a shot with archery, they have completely wrong form, they barely pull the string back more than an inch, and for the love of pete, they don't even hold the bow right and try to make it look convincing at all. But that is coming from a real archer, and it IS just a movie, so I guess I could let that one go. It is a really greatly filmed movie. It just happens to be a big pet peeve of mine in films....I mean at least Greer took lessons in Pride and Prejudice from the dude who taught Errol Flynn. That's my Greer! Heehee! 16. Ladies in Love (1936) -- A Sweet T suggestion that I ended up really liking a lot. This is a good version of "Three Coins in the Fountain. The story follows three women who are looking for love but each has a differing viewpoint on what kind of man they want and what constitutes happiness. Yeah, this is completely Fox. This is How to Marry a Millionaire and Three Coins in the Fountain. What makes this film so much better with me is what happens to the women. Who plays the women? Loretta Young, Janet Gaynor, and Constance Bennett. I loved them all. There is also Simone Simon to spice things up. She's great. Who are the fellas? Who cares! All right, all right. Tyrone Power, Don Ameche, Paul Lukas, and Alan Mowbray. Yes, Alan Mowbray! Amazing. I like Janet and I typically love Connie, but it's Loretta who is best in this one. Simone Simon did not spice things up! She ruined everything for Connie!! Heehee! Poor Loretta, she gets the worst end of the deal in this one. 20. Devil and the Deep (1932) -- Is it possible for a film to star both Gary Cooper and Cary Grant to have another player outshine them both? The answer is yes. For the star of this intriguing film is Charles Laughton, in his first American picture. As the story goes, Laughton is a commander of a ship who is married to the restless and "imprisoned" Tallulah Bankhead. Talk about a pair! Tallulah is involved with a young lieutenant of her husband's (Cary) when another (Gary) shows up in his stead. For an early-30s film, this one is rather psychological, which is what really had me liking it. Laughton's actions and plight are great to watch. I think Gary always shines! Charles Laughton is very talented. I think he did great here as well. I really wasn't expecting that for this particular film for some reason-maybe because of all of the other big names. Tallulah always leaves me flabbergasted. I can definitely say that much. 23. The Prizefighter and the Lady (1933) -- It's snippy Myrna Loy! She at least starts out like Miss G. But she changes. This is another boxing film that ends up being good. The formula is present. A boxer ends up winning over a woman and climbs the ladder, only to get too big for his britches. There's also the washed-up trainer who comes back for one more chance at the title. It sure helps that he's played by Walter Huston. What helps separate this particular boxing film from others is that many of the participants are actual boxers, including the lead, Max Baer. In fact, Baer would end up fighting his opponent (Primo Carnera) in the film for the World Heavyweight title the following year. Amazing. Jack Dempsey also has a scene in the film and referees the main event. And if all of that isn't enough, there's also a spurned power broker (Otto Kruger) to complicate matters. All of it works. I don't usually go for boxing movies with the exception of Jimmy Dolan and maybe....MAYBE Rocky. I even have mixed feeling with that one sometimes. I always just want to see the end scene where he shouts Adrien's name and then I want them to kiss. Is that too much to ask for? Heehee! Having said that, I actually enjoyed this pic! That says a lot for me. It has good characters and great leads! 24. Sleeping Beauty (1959) -- I would have liked this film a lot more it it didn't focus on the fairies the entire time! Ugh! But I do love Maleficient (Eleanor Audley). She's frightening. But who comes to the rescue? Nooooooooooooooooooooooo! I'd just like to throw out there that it's not always a bad thing for the prince to come along! Yes, it's a little cliché, however it's still cute! 26. Jesse James (1939) -- A pretty entertaining western, from start to finish. The pairing of Tyrone Power with Henry Fonda is darn interesting. The two are so different. Henry is so serious and Ty is more devil-may-care. I like the mixing of the two. The casting of Brian Donlevy and John Carradine in critical roles was spot on. You can't pick two better villains for this time period. The strangest casting is Donald Meek as the ruthless railroad president. That didn't add up. Randolph Scott is also around, but he's caught in a "blah" role. The James story is told in a fun way. It's well done. Why is this so low on your list? Even I liked this one! 33. A Damsel in Distress (1937) -- You can tell I'm a Fred Astaire convert because there isn't much to this story of impending marriage yet I was still charmed because of Fred. The power of Fred. Not to say that I wasn't pleased to see Joan Fontaine. I also liked George Burns and Gracie Allen in this one. Gracie was making me laugh. Lord Marshmorton (Montagu Love), Joan's father, was a character that I enjoyed. George Gershwin did the music, but since I rarely recall musical scores, it's hard for me to say if I liked it or not! YAY!!! It's Freddy! If you really want to get technical. It wasn't really a musical score. It just had musical numbers in it. Heehee! Silly willy! I'm just saying! This is a really cute one. I like all of Fred's musicals! 36. Casino Royale (1967) -- There were times during this Bond spoof that I wanted to scream in frustration, most notably the scenes in Berlin. Painful! There were other times I found the film to be fun and funny. Peter Sellers and David Niven go a long way with both. The other saving grace for me is the sexuality. It's way over-the-top. I enjoyed that. Deborah Kerr is especially sexy in the film. Yes, you heard me right. Deborah Kerr! What a lass! The ending to this one is dreadful. What's hilarious is that I knew you would say that about this film. I knew it would be annoying for you. It isn't exactly Top Secret!. The reason I even watch it is for Deborah too. When is she ever not beautiful? I mean come on! 50. There's No Business Like Show Business (1954) -- Aarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgh! The pain! The pain of it all! This is a torturous kind of Yankee Doodle Dandy. The family performers going through the trials and tribulations of show business, but with a teen aspect to it all. Blech! What is Marilyn Monroe doing with Donald O'Connor? Johnnie Ray as a priest?! Where are we?! Why did you even torture yourself with watching this?...Oh gee, I know, you watched it for MM didn't you? I kind of think MM's personality goes well with Donald in this one. I thought they looked cute together. If she had any other of her personalities from her different films, I would say otherwise, because that wouldn't work. You deserve that pain for watching this silly.
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    First of all I want to start off by saying, I told you that you didn't have to watch Funny Girl! I'm going to please innocence with that one! I didn't think you would like it and I know how you feel about Babs! So no getting on my case with that one is allowed! Heehee! Ann Vickers (1933) - Irene!! Woohoo! This one is kind of weird though. I don't moind it but I get really picky about Walter Huston and I just couldn't go for him here. The Bad Seed (1956) - This is a good thriller! It isn't typically up my alley, but I liked Patty in it! She is so convincing! It has it's corny parts, but that kind of added the charm for me. The Caine Mutiny (1954) - EEEEEEEEEEWWWWWWWWWW!!!!! That's all I'm going to say. Heehee! Casanova Brown (1944) - This doesn't have the strongest story for me, but Gary is super cute in it and he is always great with Teresa Wright plus seeing Gary with a baby is the MOST adorable thing in the world! It's a cute little film. Conflict (1945) - I can't wait to hear what you thought of this one! It's a pretty good Bogie film. I always love seeing what Sydney Greenstreet will do next. The Court Jester (1955) - One of my very favorites! YAYYYYYY!!! I just know you liked Glynis Johns here. She is pure spitfire and gorgeousness! Plus Angela as the sheltered princess always told what to do. Poor Angela!!! "The Duchess dove at the Duke just when the Duke dove at the Doge. Now the Duke ducked, the Doge dodged, and the Duchess didn't. So the Duke got the Duchess, the Duchess got the Doge, and the Doge got the Duke!" Cry 'Havoc' (1943) - This one has your Joanie in it. Go figure. heehee! This one confused me. So much is going on! Funny Girl (1968) - Don't kill me when you review this pretty please, because I just know you hated it. Good News (1947) - I know, I know, they ruined football for you. But it's my favorite Junie movie ever! I love the ending musical number! It's one of my favorite movie endings! It just blows you out of the water! The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939) - I really liked Moey in this one! She is gorgeous and her part is spot on! Indiscretion of an American Wife (1953) - There is a lot of realism in this one. I think that really surprised me when I first watched it. It has shades of Brief Encounter written all over it, but I kind of go for this one more so. The Naughty Nineties (1945) - My favorite Abbott and Costello movie!! Every scene is a different skit! I have been laughing hysterically to this one with my momma for years and will always continue to do so. I just wanna give Costello a big kiss on the cheek and give him a big hug every time! The Sea Hawk (1940) - Loverly Errol swashbuckling moments here! I liked Captain Blood a little more than this one, but I will say the action scenes are stronger here. The Suspect (1944) - Charles Laughton gives an awesome performance here! Ella Raines plays a great "innocent", although they almost make her too innocent acting. These Are the Damned (1963) - This one freaked me out!! Experimenting on children--this is a really dark one that initially made me uncomfortable, even though the acting isn't the greatest. The Vampire Bat (1933) - I LOVED this one! But I will watch anything with Fay Wray. The whole feel was just intriguing A Woman Rebels (1936). I went into it expecting something COMPLETELY different and was surprised to find this story. Were you surprised at all? Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942) - I liked this film. Great performance by Cagney and loved his song and dance numbers. I love that he branched out and didn't something out of his comfort zone. Yay for musicals!! Heehee!
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    Wendy! YAY! GAD! How many musicals did you WATCH? and how did you survive? That would be my fault once again. and he hasn't let me forget it!! I told him I am NEVER recommending a film to him again, but he always asks me! Honest!!
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    How kind of you! Thank you! And big Congratulations to yourself, darling!!
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    Congratulations to Theresa and Joe! (More wedding photos are posted on Sue Sue II.) I am so glad you had fun Christy! It wouldn't have been the same without you there! I love the picture! I didn't realize you took that when I looked at you. Heehee!
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    Good afternoon Jack-in-the-box! Oh no! Look who's back! What do you mean, "Oh no!"? What's the suppose to mean? You were totally laughing at me when you wrote that weren't you? Meanie! And Jeanne pulls a "Lamby" in this one. The only difference is that Lamby pouts because she's childish. Oh no you don't! Jeanne is definitely not childish and cold like your "lamby". Jeanne actually shows emotion, fancy that. Heehee! I loved Jeanne's character here! I wish they had also made more films together. Glenn's character is so interesting. You don't know whether you want to slap him out of his transe for his quest in proving something or hug him for being so cute and standing up for himself and his talents. At least that's how it is for me when watching this. I bet she would have! You were taking candy from a stranger! You take that back!! First of all, I would never do that and second of all....I would never do that! Where are my long black gloves?! When don't I?! Well you have a point, but still! I don't have any girl's heart! Y'all are too wise! And I'm certainly a weirdo! The dwarfs just annoyed the heck out of me. I wanted the Queen to crush them with the boulder! Well I think we're all weirdos on this board, but then being normal is highly overrated anyway. Only you would use the word "adorable" with a horror film! Heehee! I can't stop laughing to that...I meant that I think Edmund Gwenn is adorable in general, not necessarily his character in this individual film. Balou is what I liked about The Jungle Book. HA! I knew it! Having seen the live-action film from the 40s caused me to like the animated version much less. The villainy in the live-action flick is terrific. I also think Sabu is terrific. See, I'm the opposite with this. I saw the live-action like right after I originally saw the animated version because Grandmama had to have it that way. Heehee! I like the cuteness of Mowgli in the animated version versus the live-action. I do think the villainy is a little better in the live-action, though, so you have a point. I really like "Bagheera" and the baby elephant! SO CUTE! Not in Disney films! I need someone to bring some good conflict to the story. The better the villain, the better the film. How mean! The poor good guys! Is that why you love Norman Bates so much? You're so weird! although, I do have to say that I like Cruella. She is interesting and I love watching it for her silliness. Gail Patrick is the adorable one! I loved her "Cookie wookie"! So does Loretta! I definitely enoyed the sparring between Loretta and Ray. Both were stubborn jerks that came around. I think she had short thumbs, too! Did you just call Loretta a stubborn jerk?! GASP! Blasphemy! Heehee! So she was a little stuffy! She was trying to get men to take her seriously! I won't blame her for that. She definitely had short thumbs too. You're right! You and your violence! Always looking to hurt and kill! Joan is her "good gal" self in this one. She easily jumped into Gable's arms. This got Greer jealous. And Gable knew it! I loved all of that. I'm not violent! I'm sweet and innocent, remember!? I'm not always typically the Joan Blondell fan, but I do like her in these types of roles. Her character is bubbly. I like that! That's the thing I don't like about Gable. That stupid smirk he always has and he presents it when he knows he is getting to the female leads. I really don't like that smirk, like he is better than everyone. I like gable when he doesn't do that, though. I didn't know who Conrad was! Not until I watched the film. Mork and Mindy!! Heehee! She really is cute as "Margie". Love her bloomers! And Miss G is very funny in the film, too. Marybelle so reminded me of a friend from my childhood, which is why I can laugh at it so easily. I loved the rouge on the knees while people snickered behind her back and wondered why she did that. So funny! Roy and his sniffles too. This film would never pass in today's society with the relationship of Margie and the teacher, but I love it so much! I wasn't the only one obsessing with the drapes! You know what I mean! Hehee! And Yes, I know. It was suppose to be just an exercise at first. Gowns?! Now we see why you really love this film! I usually don't like the mixing of comedy and drama in the 30s. It always feels so odd to me. Oh I LOVE the mixing of comedy and drama in the 30s. It's like a balance for me with certain ones. I like drama with a little comic relief. Why does it feel so odd to you? Is it that you think the film can't make up it's mind? Heehee! You make a good point. He really is more at home as a baddie. Exactly! And I like it when he plays bad guys. He is great at it! Those are better favorites of mine...I never thought I would say that about a villain. Heehee! Myrna wasn't very "Myrna" to me in this one. She was playing her kind of character, the distrusting woman with the frigid wall in place. But I didn't feel it with her, for some reason. And I always love Myrna. Strange. What is this you speak of? Of course you are strange! I love her spunkiness and the faces she makes at Douglas. Not that soft! Those minor details don't matter. heehee! I needed the Leopard Man to show up in Dover! That would have ruined Dover!!! And the leopard only ate women! What was up with that? what, he didn't like the taste of men? How rude! That poor sweet girl was just out getting flour for her momma and she ended up getting eaten for no reason! And by an animal that looked exactly like my black kitty, Xena! That messes with my brain! Heehee! No, actually I liked The Leopard Man. It really pretty creative! Lewton did pretty well!
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    Good morning Dahlink! Let's have a cuppa!!...well you're probably still asleep right now, but when you wake up, you can have one with me and I'll have one for lunch. Yeah, that's it! Pip! Pip! Did you like White Cliffs of Dover at all? Please tell me you liked it at least a little more than Ol' Frankie Cranky pants. Heehee! You have me to blame for a few of his suggestions from the 30's. I'm SORRY! I'll never do it again! Love ya, does that count?! By the way, I think you might actually like the Doctor Takes a Wife. It's really good! I know you are usually hit or miss with Loretta's comedies, but this one was brilliant! And don't you let Grimey push you around! We'll just get some devil's food cake and play "pie in the face". GASP! That sounds fun actually! Heehee!

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