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About traceyk65

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  1. Came across this just today and it's kind of funny...Never really thought about it, but now that they've pointed it out, I can't unhear it!
  2. Wow. I haven't been on this thread in a while and I have to say, you all are on a roll! Very, very funny. Who knew Tor Johnson would be such an inspiration?
  3. Don't know how you feel about ebay but they have several copies. http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2050601.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.H0.Xbeam+ends+errol+flynn.TRS0&_nkw=beam+ends+errol+flynn&_sacat=0
  4. One of my favorite stories concerns Hayes and her husband Charles MacArthur. Supposedly, early in their marriage, he gave her a handful of peanuts and said, "I wish they were emeralds." Then much later, when they were both successful, he gave her a handful of emeralds and said, "I wish they were peanuts." Ridiculously romantic (and probably untrue) but I like it.
  5. Id love to see it as one of the Fathom Big Screen events. I love those! This year they've done/will do Rear Window, Jaws, Double Indemnity, Grease (meh), Psycho, Dracula (1931), Roamn Holiday and Miracle on 34th St.
  6. Came across this and made me think--what are your favorite movie fashions? I love the Dior New Look of movies like June Bride and Rear Window (that is Dior, right? or Dior inspired, but actually made by Edith head?) and pretty much everything Hepburn wore in Woman of the Year. http://flavorwire.com/523121/50-fashionable-film-noir-moments
  7. I am a HUGE fan of the Gilmore Girls and Emily Gilmore is the original boss from hell...it became a running joke on the show.
  8. Happy St Patrick's Day! Flogging Molly "Salty Dog" And in a bit of a softer mode, have some Turlough O'Carolin: "Planxty Burke:
  9. Sunset is a much more evocative title--as in the sunset of Norma's career, etc etc
  10. Great! Thanks. I bet she is fantastic as Mrs Venable! She could probably out-Venable Hepburn when she's in Diva mode.
  11. No I haven't. I love Maggie Smith--she's the main reason I watch Downton Abbey--and I enjoy her performances in every movie Ive ever seen her in. I will have to look for that DVD. Is it available online somewhere?
  12. I think maybe Holden looks older in SB is becasue of the contrast between him and Nancy Olsen? His character is very cynical and world-weary and she's all fresh-faced and idealistic. She pretends to be a worldly working woman, professional and realistic, but she's not at all--she's very young and very shiny and new. As for Swanson, Ive read that she actually didn;t look 50 and they had to "age" her up a bit with harsh makeup and lighting.
  13. I would love to see recordings of Katharine Hepburn's turns as Shakespearean heriones. She played in As You Like It, Taming of the Shrew, Much Ado About Nothing, Measure for Measure, Twelfth Night, Anthony and Cleopatra, and the Merchant of Venice all through the 50's at the American Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford and on an Ausrailian tour.
  14. Othello--Sorry I have never been able to get past Olivier in blackface on this one...what in the world made him think it would be a good choice?? It's really too bad, because its probably a very good performance and I'd like to see Maggie Smith as Desdemona.
  15. That was actually a kind of cute and funny movie. I watched a lot of things over the years with my then teen-aged daughter that I wouldn't have watched otherwise. Some things were very very bad (Twilight, The Princess Diaries II) This was enjoyable.
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