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  1. Music provides the trip wire to our soul.. -128writer
  2. A ROOM WITH A VIEW Singable Translation: Oh my beloved father, I love him, I love him! I?ll go to Porta Rossa, To buy our wedding ring. Oh yes, I really love him. And if you still say no, I?ll go to Ponte Vecchio, And throw myself below. My love for which I suffer, At last, I want to die. Father I pray, I pray. Father I pray, I pray. Edited by: casablancalover on Jul 26, 2012 10:14 PM
  3. Thanks for sharing, James.. Here's my favorite in one of my favorite world cities, Glastonbury.
  4. I can excuse James for his divergence, Eugenia. Sail Away, good choice, Eugenia Edited by: casablancalover on Jul 22, 2012 6:22 PM- for correcting Eugenia's name, for her girlfriend way back in the day was named Eugenie. a pox upon me..
  5. Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GqL94XRMvU&feature=related
  6. h3. SPOILER ALERT! ! If for some strange reason, you've missed Korngold's work in KING'S ROW, this is the last scene, and while it is a spoiler, truth is, I find the story so well told that it really doesn't diminish it's power to see it. Korngold's music is perfect in this setting, like his ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD, five years earlier. Korngold adds the last stanza of _Invictus_ sung in his theme. It is an emotional high point punctuation. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2kmj8RL6-Y For those whom may not know the poem quoted, here is the poem Parris recites in part: h4. _In
  7. Actually, TopBilled, as far as exploring different orientations of the characters, *The Taming of the Shrew* could be very good, with all sorts of twists to the plot.. Sorry, just a minor detour, back to *Romeo and Juliet.*
  8. Congratulations on the 5,000. Always fun reading, Thank you. From YOU'RE A BIG BOY NOW (1966)
  9. Elena's theme is just sublime, and so romantic. I want to listen to it while it is a rainy day outside and I am cuddling in a man's arms. I found this soundtrack on iTunes and it is Hugo Friedhofer's Masterpiece in Film Scoring. [The Best Years of Our Lives|http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-MjTDzQLOQg] The wonderful Homecoming sequence..
  10. Thank you, Addison.. I would be happy to give you idea/concept credit if I ever put it down on a script, unless you want to co-write. Send me a pm..
  11. Sometimes, it is downright painful to watch Katharine. For instance: h4. Spitfire h4. Dragon Seed On the other hand, I think her Alice is charming. She starts out as such a flibbertigibbet, then grows to a slightly-worldly young woman as love seizes her heart. I can understand why Booth Tarkington ends the story the way he does. The novel _Alice Adams_ is a story of lessons learned, and I don't know if Alice has really learned anything in the movie. The novel is really quite Calvinist in tone, with Tarkington punishing the Adams for being such upstarts. Lamb actually does force
  12. You are correct, you did see it before. It isn't Deja vu, it is a repeat for the summer.. I love this early Hepburn and I loved *Quality Street* as well. Katharine is always one of those stars who just can't transcend her style, and when she tries too hard, it's not happy time on the screen.
  13. Those were great, Dargo. Thanks for posting. The *Ivanhoe* is wonderful!
  14. *Ratatouille:* http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zg7bYo73QzY
  15. Bernard Herrmann's Scene d'amour from VERTIGO:
  16. h4. But innocent, my eye! I wonder if any of those women are on match.com nowadays? Talk about being a kept woman! Do guys ever think about that? We women are looking the local stats up immediately. Looking at some of them, you think they having nothin' to do but look pretty and plot all day. I know some women now like that; only difference is the gals I see are free to warm a bar stool at night. and they do.. Edited by: casablancalover on Jul 14, 2012 4:50 PM
  17. The great legend. King Arthur EXCALIBUR: I have seen Dozmary pool, and I will return.
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