I never met anyone who was once poor--and I know quite a few people inside and outside my family who qualify for that status--who got out of poverty by following the advice of Hollywood movies. Stefan too sees the light just before it goes out forever, as does Julien S. During the depression my grandmother sometimes could only afford to take one of us kids. Seabury Press , 48 - The storm that caused!
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Leonard comedy with Melvyn Douglas. I have NO idea what to make of that film. During the depression my grandmother sometimes could only afford to take one of us kids. Anyway, as you can see by all this dithering which would not be the case with a film which easily made the cut or got the axe that I could be persuaded by another viewing, perhaps finding some scintillating detail I had not seen before, to move it into the pantheon. One scene I can think of is more of a gratuitous, shocker-type scene rather than one that relies on acting chops--the red coated dwarf who turns to greet Donald Sutherland in Nick Roeg's "Don't Look Now". Really don't know the answer to that but to ensure a good discussion, I'll disagree with you just in case. All Ophuls' heroines are seemingly masochistic, infatuated by an object, which is usually tactile such as a fur coat, or a pair of earrings or a pianist, but they objects signify for the L-brigade:
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Like Schubert, she could deliver a laundry list and you'd be ready to faint dead away at the finish. Last night, of course, the Siren wanted to watch a Myrna Loy movie, and she did: Beyond that, I find it nearly impossible to believe that anyone with as much integrity and humanity as Myrna had would have been a close lifelong friend of the kind of monster "Mommie Dearest" paints Joan to have been. I've read that one of my faves, "Letyat Zhuravli", AKA "The Cranes are Flying" - the Soviet version of this film in a way - had similar effects on the audiences of its time; long lines, repeated viewings, and yes, weeping. Karen, the tumblr goodness is sooo good!
She does indeed cite Test Pilot as a personal favorite, partly because of how good the cast was. When Sidney Lumet and I were working on "A Stranger Among Us" we spent a good deal of time during our casting sessions discussing the vices and virtues of various actors and acting styles. Strange, since she had her own unique look and didn't have to be made to resemble anyone else. As opposed, you know, to the bonuses they gave themselves. All of this is appropriate to a story of amour fou.