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Hello - I’m looking for the name of a black and white movie I saw in the 60’s (it was probably a 40’s -50’s movie). I saw it when I was about 5 yrs old (or so). It had a scene where a woman in a wheelchair was pushed into an elevator shaft landing on the roof of the elevator, which is at the 1st floor. I remember nothing else about the movie - but picture that scene like it was yesterday. (My alterior motive is to place blame on the assumed cause for my life-long excruciating fear of elevators.) Thanks so much!
I’m back….with another diary about my all time favorite movie, West Side Story. As I have written on here before, West Side Story is a film that I never get tired of seeing over and over and over again. This diary is about a whole bunch of reasons why. Some of it will undoubtedly be familiar to all of you, and some of it will not. Afew days ago, on a forum called West Side Story/Live Journal, I noticed a post about the best romance films from the 1940’s through the 1960’s. Along with My Fair Lady, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, and a whole bunch of other films, some of which I’d hear
My initial introduction to West Side Storywas through the music of the original Broadway stage production of this musical. It came while I was attending day camp out west in the summer of 1962, prior to entering the sixth grade. A girl in the group I was with, who'd just received an LP copy of the original Broadway soundtrack of WSS for her birthday, brought it to camp and played it for the rest of the group. My love of West Side Story , the music, and the story behind WSS took off...instantly. West Side Story-mania was in the air that summer. Kids roamed the hallways, sometimes