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  1. Watched Best Foot Forward this morning. So I’m thinking, “This is an ok musical, but certainly nothing special.” Seemed to me that the two best things in it were the Harry James orchestra and that Nancy Blind Date person. Yeah, I was really liking Nancy Blind Date. “Now there’s a dame with attitude!”, I’m thinking. I like dames with attitude. And then I’m thinking, “I should know that actress. She looks really familiar. Who the heck is that?” But there was no answer forthcoming from my dim old brain, so off I went to IMDb. And there it was: Nancy Walker. (Yeah, Brain Boy, the Nancy part wasn’t enough of a clue for you, right.) Rhoda’s mom! Wow! Who else thinks she was the best thing in that film? Or am I alone here? I mean Lucy was good, but only just that. She hadn’t quite hit her stride yet. And Walker had a big advantage cause, although this was her first film, she had played that same role on Broadway. She had it DOWN. Oh yeah.

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