Classic Links

They called Diana Dors the British Marilyn Monroe, but she was a different kind of bombshell— The Guardian

Alfred Hithcock made a “that’s what she said” joke in 1929— Cinematical

The first Italian movie: La Presa Di Roma (1905)-- Film Ab Initio

The Snorkel (1958) is one of those movies where the title is sufficient reason for me to see it.— Classic Film and TV Cafe

3 comments:

thingy said...

Ugh. As much as I love Hitchcock films, the guy is creepy. I couldn't help watching (twice) his facial expression as he talked. Strange dude.

KC said...

Ha--yeah thingy, I think there are a lot of brilliant directors out there who weren't the best company. I get the impression that Hitchcock had a lot of baggage--which of course can lead to great creativity.

Audrey said...

Agreed. Talented as he was, Hitch always struck me as a bit of a creep.

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