A place to wax eloquent on the best and brightest coming out of Hollywood today.....and especially decades ago

 

kai-lawrence:

I would like to have tea and cookies with Mrs. Hudson


Marilyn Monroe & Lauren Bacall in How to Marry a Millionaire (1953)


Not sure how to get your friends interested in classic film? Start with “How to Marry a Millionaire.”It has great humor and star power, is in color, and has a nice pace once you through the musical intro.Enjoy!

Marilyn Monroe & Lauren Bacall in How to Marry a Millionaire (1953)

Not sure how to get your friends interested in classic film? Start with “How to Marry a Millionaire.”

It has great humor and star power, is in color, and has a nice pace once you through the musical intro.

Enjoy!

'Who I am'. Queen of the dead. The daughter of monsters. The darkness extended as deep as the blood in her veins.— Tess Gerritsen, Last to Die

Just finished this book. One of Tess’ best.
'Who I am'. Queen of the dead. The daughter of monsters. The darkness extended as deep as the blood in her veins.
— Tess Gerritsen, Last to Die

Just finished this book. One of Tess’ best.

Same ol’ Saturday Night

I kind of live for Robert Osborne and Drew Barrymore introducing The Essentials every week.

"A trio of women on film is a powerful thing."

Well said, Ms. B.

What ever happened to…

All the great submarine movies from the 50s and 60s?


Torpedo Run is filled with tension right from the start.

What’s your favorite one? Operation Petticoat? Destination Tokyo?

Now Playing

Bad Day at Black Rock courtesy of Ernest Borgnine Day.

"You’re always more in love with your buildings anyway."

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otter-owl:

The skeletons in my closet are my friends. I feed them cookies.

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HERE on hitRECord

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otter-owl:

The skeletons in my closet are my friends. I feed them cookies.