Midge

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About Midge

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  • Birthday December 15

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    San Francisco Bay Area
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    classic movies, reading, cooking, word games, oldies, jazz, classical music, opera

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  1. Midge

    Supporting Ladies only please

    Mabel Paige was in Murder, He Says with Marjorie Main.
  2. Midge

    Imaginary Places You'd Like to Visit

    OK, if I can't live in a nightclub, then I want to live in one of those swanky hotels Fred and Ginger hung out in, such as the one in Top Hat. But I think I would gladly become a dishwasher to live at Rick's Cafe Americain. Didn't Rick have his living quarters above the nightclub? Move over, Ilsa, you've got competition! ?
  3. Midge

    The Man-Child Persona in Movies

    I'd like to nominate Forrest Gump.
  4. Midge

    Imaginary Places You'd Like to Visit

    I would like to live in any of those 1930's Art Deco nightclubs, wear a slinky evening gown and be whirled around the dance floor by Fred Astaire in white tie and tails.
  5. You're thinking of the 1944 film "Since You Went Away" with Claudette Colbert, Joseph Cotten, Jennifer Jones, Robert Walker, Shirley Temple and Monty Woolley as the irascible lodger.
  6. Midge

    Patricia Morison dies at 103

    Aw, that's so sad. I enjoy seeing video clips of her performances on Classic Arts Showcase.
  7. I saw it and enjoyed it very much. Though I've never been a Sacha Baron Cohen fan, he was delightful as the villain. The visual effects were wonderful. I am surprised that the film wasn't a bigger hit.
  8. Midge

    2017 Noteworthy Films

    I'd like to recommend Lucky, which stars Harry Dean Stanton as a 90-something loner living in a small Arizona desert town. It's an episodic story centering on Lucky's wanderings around town and his interactions with the various characters who populate the town. I know, that doesn't sound like riveting cinema. But it's a wonderful film that will stay with you for a long time.
  9. Interesting! That seems a bit like overkill to me as Miss Pickford was only a shade taller than five feet. But maybe men were shorter then, too.
  10. I've wondered about that actress, too. You can't help but notice her. She reminds me of a brunette Dinah Shore. I am not sure that she was African-American, though.
  11. Midge

    Singin' With No Pain

    My vote goes to Meet Me in St. Louis. Wonderful songs, most of which became hits. Great performances by the cast (with the possible exception of the somewhat wooden Lucille Bremer, but I happen to like her). Charming story, beautiful costumes and sets, sensitive direction and Judy Garland at her best. The production was troubled, with many delays and other problems, but you'd never know it from what's on the screen.
  12. Midge

    Any suggestions for Nazi movies?

    "Hitler's Children" with Tim Holt and Bonita Granville.
  13. Midge

    anyone recognize? movie title?

    I wonder if the boy is John Drew Barrymore? The girl might be Diana Barrymore, John Sr.'s daughter by his second wife, Blanche Oelrichs. Diana was born in 1921 and John Drew was born in 1932, so the ages are about right.
  14. Midge

    anyone recognize? movie title?

    I don't recognize the boy, but the woman looks very much like Dolores Costello Barrymore.
  15. Midge

    *CANDIDS* 2

    Last night I was lying awake trying to remember the actor who played the crippled boy in Leave Her to Heaven. All I could remember was "Darryl." I was going to Google it today, but then forgot. Your post popped up today to answer my question. Thank you, Joe! I'm glad to hear that Mr. Hickman is still with us.

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