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About MissGoddess

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  1. La Bronxita! So nice to see your thread bubbling with its trademark wit and humor. You did a great tribute for your Mom in creating this effervescent conversation. May it live on and on. P. S. I love Vertigo maybe as much for its flaws as for its virtues. I even bought a grey suit just like Madeleine’s. 😀Still, To Catch a Thief is my favorite Hitch.
  2. Hang in there, B Girl. Don't lose hope, there is light at the end of the tunnel.
  3. Lafitte, check your private messages because I just shared the link with you.
  4. I'd love to come aboard, mon Capitain! Maybe we can watch I, Jane Doe next! And thank you for the piped Max Steiner music, it goes so well with my flounces.
  5. Has anyone here seen I, Jane Doe? I think it would be a good watch for many here at TCM. Scott said it was on Martin Scorsese's favorite films list but I had never heard of it. A little Republic gem starring Vera "Hruba" Ralston and everybody's "other man", John Carroll. Ruth Hussey, reunited with John from The Philadelphia Story, has a strong role.
  6. I'm always happy to be here. I just need to be less sporadic, which should be no problem since I'm furloughed in Reality-land.
  7. I think we damsels need rescuing from pirates! But it would be fun to be captured by a classic movie loving pirate.
  8. Hee hee! A wolverine! Pat would love that, I think. He'd save you then chuck you under the chin and say, "It's alright, kid."
  9. I'd say Hathaway's softer side was indeed dormant for most of his career but he occasionally showed he was indeed a brilliant craftsman beyond shoot-em-ups and scaring John Wayne almost as much as Ford did. I love Dr Bull! It's my favorite Rogers film. And he gets to have a love affair! A somewhat clandestine one, at that. Not your usual Rogers vehicle. He shows quite a bit asperity at small town narrow mindedness.
  10. Pat O'Brien holds a strange attraction for me. He's such a big, barking teddy bear. I feel like if I were ever getting pushed around by someone Pat would be there in an instant to rescue me.
  11. Hi Lafitte, so you liked Peter Ibbetson? I'm happy. I read the book, too, I was so taken with the story. I love plots that involve lovers communicating in, er, unorthodox ways when the world won't let them be together. It constitutes a whole sub-genre for me. Telepathic, time traveling love stories. We know so little still about how the mind works and how it connects with other minds. I think artists understand it intuitively and hence make these beautiful works to express their ideas about it. What's most astonishing is one-eyed, roaring action director Henry Hathaway was at the helm. He defi
  12. Mon cher Lafitte, so glad you discovered St. Remy-de-Provence! It's a splendid spot to make home base while you explore it and the surrounding countryside (and it's close enough to the coast to enjoy Rivieran pleasures. I hope I can get there again someday. I once stayed in the Hotel Gounod (sp?), which was the home of the composer of the 'Alfred Hitchcock Presents' theme music (Funeral March of the Marionettes--how apropos!) Hope all is well here in BronxieLand.
  13. Hi Dougie! I saw Martin Scorsese's voyage to Italy and most of the French one. Always, always informative and entrancing. Could talk film with him for hours, right? Gabin is like the French Spencer Tracy to me.
  14. By the way Bronxie, I found another "urchin". Well, clad in breeches and broadcloth, lol. The thing is, he is only about 6 years old yet he looks just like...OLIVER REED.
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