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About GladysLipschutz

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  1. No, I haven't noticed it, but now I'll look out for it. Goodness that is a TERRIBLE mistake....I thought everyone on the planet knew that Felix was the fussy one, and Oscar was the slob, lol.
  2. Ick. I am very happy that you are not their programmer, no offense to you personally.
  3. I saw this maybe four years ago at like two in the morning. It was not censored. Great movie, not for everyone, but great movie. I liked it even better than the book.
  4. Oh my! I hadn't heard about this. Pity.
  5. Ahhhh Brother Theodore! I'll never forget that old nut! Great, great stuff.
  6. Yes, but how? Do they send plants out to the movie theaters? Do the ticket sellers estimate the ages of every movie goer, when they can barely count change? How do they know the movie theater isn't filled with walkers and Geritol imbibers? Hey now! I'm 44 and take Geritol! I also watch Lawrence Welk every week. Wait, what point was I trying to make? Oh yeah, I'm not dead yet!
  7. I agree, and if I have been an offender, I apologize.
  8. Absolutely! I really love when poor old Bela Lugosi dies in real life, yet the film marches on with a replacement (never mind he looks NOTHING like Lugosi) LOL!!!
  9. Eva Marie Saint has aged well. Kim Novak, oy! If not for the surgeries and procedures, we'll never know how she would have turned out. Such a shame. Gregory Peck aged well. I think Paul Newman looked his best in his 50's, and I thought William Holden was a pretty nice looking old geezer, lol. Maybe I just have a thing for older men!
  10. I can't believe she got the top off of that can without losing a finger! I'm glad I don't have to use a can opener like that.
  11. In what movie did Cary Grant say "Judy, Judy, Judy!"?
  12. Oh! Then they could start airing the after-school specials from the late 1970's and early 1980's! I really liked the one where Helen Hunt's boyfriend whipped up a batch o' Angel Dust in the school laboratory, and someone went flying out of a window. Oh my.
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