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Orson Welles looking particularly owl-like in Chimes at Midnight (1965)-- Movie Classics

I’ve been wanting to see Make Way For Tomorrow (1938), but it sounds so like such a bummer. I know it sounds shallow, but I don’t want to be sad!-- The Guardian

What a great way to celebrate a blogaversary—the 100 greatest posters of film noir-- Where Danger Lives

Rita Tushingham, the bright-eyed star of 1960s Britain-- Movietone News

I love these pics of movie stars on the set, especially the shot of Liz Taylor and James Dean horsing around. It looks like they had a lot of fun together.-- Vintage Stardust

2 comments:

Pussy Goes Grrr said...

Make Way for Tomorrow IS as intensely sad as everyone says it is, but it's SO worth it. Moore and Bondi are great, and in the film's last half they really do get some truly heartwarming moments together. I definitely recommend seeing it.

KC said...

Okay--you've got me convinced. I'm going to stop being such a weiner and see it. I'm actually looking forward to it now.

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