Today is a monumental day for classic film fans. Olivia de Havilland, one of our most cherished stars, is celebrating her 100th birthday! In her honor, this blog post celebrates her Oscar-winning performance in To Each His Own (1946) for the Olivia de Havilland Centenary Blogathon hosted by Crystal of The Good Old Days of … More To Each His Own (1946) – Olivia de Havilland Centenary Blogathon
This post is part of the “#ReelInfatuation Blogathon”, hosted by Font and Frock and Silver Screenings. Thanks so much for the opportunity to celebrate a few of my screen crushes! When I recently watched The Outsiders (1983) not very long ago, I could still recite most of the lines with the characters – beyond “Do it for Johnny”. It was of … More Ponyboy Curtis in The Outsiders (1983) #ReelInfatuation
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I’m not one to wear my romantic sensibilities on my sleeve and my daughter called me out on it the other day when she called me the “Chick-Flick Queen”. I winced a tad at the title, but can’t deny the fact that she’s right. I love my romantic movies – comedies and dramas. My Valentine’s … More Briefly On Brief Encounter
Sweet Sunday afternoon moment I had to share. Turned on The Outer Limits; the episode is “Fun and Games” (1964) with Nick Adams. My daughter goes, “Hey, it’s Tony.” Then she continues: “You’re a Harvard man”. I nearly wept… so proud. She’s thirteen now and even with Nick Adams not by Doris Day‘s side in Pillow … More A Nick Adams Short
Valentine’s Day, February 14th, is near! In addition to the roses, candy and dinner, you need some warm fuzzy movies to watch as you snuggle up with your honey. Good love stories provide comedy, romance and in many cases – a good cry at the expense of someone else’s relationship. These classic movies provide superb … More Top Ten Movies For Valentine’s Day
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This week’s Follies are silent – an enjoyable assortment of intertitles that offer lessons and enjoyment… ? ?
Merry Christmas to all! In the spirit of my love for classic films, here’s the best rendition of “Silver Bells” from The Lemon Drop Kid (1950), starring Bob Hope, that I must share. This is the movie that introduced the song, composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans (who also wrote such hits as “Mona Lisa” … More Merry Christmas from goosepimplyallover.com!
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Celebrating Ava Gardner day on Turner Classic Movie’s Summer Under the Stars today! I admired her spunk. She was indeed a beauty and full of down-to-earth, Southern, brazen spirit. My favorite Ava films are The Sun Also Rises (1957) with Tyrone Power and The Barefoot Contessa (1954) with Humphrey…
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via: http://grahamsdownunderthoughts.blogspot.com/2010_12_12_archive.html Unless otherwise noted, all images are are my own This isn’t exactly a Christmas movie, but Christmas does make a spectacular appearance when Judy Garland debuts the now-classic Christmas song, “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,” so it counts. It’s a beautiful Technicolor musical directed…