Wild Wild Michele Carey
Michele Carey on The Wild Wild West (1969).
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Never Even Dreamed. . .
I'll bet you never dreamed that Angela Lansbury
could look like this, right?
Betsy Von Furstenberg's big beautiful eyes.
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Geneviève Bujold in Coma (1978).
I filed this under Walks for want of a better category.
(Also see Ladder Ladies.)
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Romy Schneider in The Trial (1962).
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Jazz For Thursday Solitaire
Okay, here's what you do. You Windows users press Play on one of these tunes, open Spider Solitaire, and play a two- or four-suit game to the jazz. When you've run out of jazz, just start over again. When you win a game, start another. You Macintosh users, click Play and do whatever quiet thing it is that you do to waste time. Enjoy!
Moonlight in Vermont - Gerry Mulligan
You Go to My Head - Art Pepper Quartet
Autumn Leaves - Chet Baker and Paul Desmond
Blue in Green - Miles Davis
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A Peek at Lilli Palmer
Lovely Lilli Palmer.
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Killer Debra Paget
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Friday's Compare & Contrast Homework
So, anyway, yesterday I had some time, and I watched two movies from two separate eras: Bonnie and Clyde (1967) and From Dusk Till Dawn (1996). What a difference 29 years can make. Both movies start in Texas. Both are about a guy, a gal, and some guns. Bonnie and Clyde doesn't have any vampires, but it has cooler cars. From Dusk Till Dawn doesn't have the Great Depression as a backdrop, but it has good looking dancers. The earlier film seems to have a sexual subtext and a downbeat ending. The later film seems to have sort of a religious subtext and an upbeat ending. Go figure. (It's always best to keep these Compare and Contrast homework assignments brief and to-the-point, dontcha think?)
(The person who drew a rear sight onto this gun's
muzzle had no idea what he was doing.)
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Tags: films, world warp
Beckett's Billie Whitelaw
Billie Whitelaw was the muse of Irish playwright
and Theatre of the Absurd dude Samuel Beckett.
(From 1960's Mania AKA The Flesh and The Fiends posters.)
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