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  1. noah80

    I Just Watched...

    Ok, that makes sense. Deanna Durbin was causing lots of problems as Anne Terry. Thanks!
  2. Deanna born in 1921 and passed away at the age of 91 Judy born in 1922 and passed away at the age of 47 I loved both films It Started with Eve (1941) and The Clock (1945). Try to imagine both women switching roles for the films. It would have been interesting!
  3. noah80

    I Just Watched...

    Ok, just curious why no one has noticed it before
  4. noah80

    I Just Watched...

    I just watched a bunch of Doris Day films on this site. Does anyone know anything about this site? No copyright problems? I guess anyone can watch the movies for free.
  5. noah80

    I Just Watched...

    It Started with Eve (1941) The Major and the Minor (1942) I love these two movies! I still don't know why it was called "It Started with Eve." Can someone please explain to me the title?
  6. A Weak and Rambling President Declares a Fake National Emergency https://www.newyorker.com/news/our-columnists/a-weak-and-rambling-president-declares-a-fake-national-emergency
  7. noah80

    The Triumph of Donald Trump

    Donald Trump made sure he wasn't going to be a sucker in joining the Viet Nam war in the 60's
  8. noah80

    The Triumph of Donald Trump

    Melania also believes these women are beautiful too...
  9. noah80

    The Triumph of Donald Trump

    Too much "Executive Time" and not enough Fox and Friends on the DVR? With this Trump-branded fidget spinner, you'll fill countless productive hours of not reading briefing papers! $8.00 at the Trump Store.
  10. noah80

    50 years ago today

    Sunday, Dec. 22, 1968 Nixon, Eisenhower wed today NEW YORK (UPI) -- Julie Nixon and David Eisenhower said their “I do’s” Saturday in a Christmas wreathed church in rehearsal for a ceremony today that will link two famous political families by matrimony. David had a slight case of pre-marriage jitters. The daughter of the president-elect and the grandson of former President Dwight D. Eisenhower, both 20, were to take their formal marriage vows at 4 p.m. today in Marble Collegiate Church, with Dr. Norman Vincent peale, author of “The Power of Positive Thinking,” officiating. Strikingly pretty, chestnut-haired Julie, younger daughter of Richard M. Nixon, and David passed up a White House wedding for a “private” ceremony to be witnessed by 500 relatives, close friends and top members of the new Nixon administration. The young couple were adamant that the marriage would not be a “state occasion” and that their dynamic role in the recent Republican campaign that catapulted Julie’s father to the White House would not intrude in their storybook romance. The former president, who has doted on his grandson through the years, will watch the service on closed circuit television in his suite in Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, where he is convalescing from a series of heart attacks. His wife, Mamie, who had planned to attend the wedding, is ailing with the flu and will view the ceremony with him. Julie and David had mostly their own way with their wedding. It was to be a single-ring ceremony with a medley of show tunes and Christmas carols and no “Here Comes the Bride.” Dr. Peale’s assistants said traditional tunes were no longer “in” for church weddings. The bride perwill come down the aisle on her father’s arm to “Trumpet Tune” by Henry Purcell, 17th century English composer. During the wedding ceremony, the couple will promise “to have and to hold,’ from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health … and to love, and to cherish, to death do us part. …” But Julie will not have to promise to “obey.” Dr. Peale’s wife, who showed reporters around the church Saturday, explained that the minister of the Dutch Reformed Church has never used “obey” in the wedding liturgy. Dr. Peale is quoted as saying, “women never obey anyway.”
  11. noah80

    50 years ago today

    I don't think Margaret Truman's singing career was going anywhere so she turned to writing mystery novels. Julie was more vocal than the other First daughters because her father was in serious trouble. Expect Ivanka to do a PR tour soon defending her father (2019) since she could also be going to jail!
  12. noah80

    50 years ago today

    Before Ivanka Trump, There Was Julie Nixon Though 33 years apart, both Ivanka Trump and Julie Nixon have been used strategically to advance their father's agenda in a distinctly feminine way. https://www.refinery29.com/en-gb/2018/03/193291/ivanka-trump-julie-nixon-eisenhower-first-daughter-father-gender “Julie is the only woman over the age of 22 who still thinks her father is exactly what she thought he was when she was six.” NORA EPHRON wrote in 1973 during Watergate. (this could apply to Ivanka) Julie Nixon Eisenhower did not respond to Refinery29’s request for comment. (I wonder why)
  13. Jack Kennedy once asked actress Nancy Olson for a date in the 1950's, but she turned him down. You might hear more about it in her new book.
  14. noah80

    50 years ago today

    everything you need to know about the wedding... https://www.nixonfoundation.org/exhibit/50th-anniversary-david-julie-nixon-eisenhower/ It should be interesting to see if David and Julie will have a photo like this to mark their 50th wedding anniversary. Will their daughter Jennie's same sex partner be in the photo?
  15. noah80

    50 years ago today

    apparently the Washington Post doesn't know Julie is not Nixon's oldest daughter (written by a Millennium who doesn't check her work) "Julie Nixon was getting married. The church was booked. The reception venue was picked. The invitations were ordered. And then, there was a hiccup. Her father was elected president. Suddenly, the upcoming wedding of Richard M. Nixon’s oldest daughter had taken on new significance. Her nuptials were set to take place in New York City seven weeks after the 1968 election. She was engaged to Dwight “David” Eisenhower II, the only grandson of former president Dwight D. Eisenhower. Nixon had served as Eisenhower’s vice president."

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