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The stars have lost their glitter

You know, films with Judy Garland used to give me a more positive outlook in life because of all the cheerful musical numbers and smiles. That was until I saw  302 more words


Classic Catch-Up: 'A Star is Born'(1954)

Norman Maine has to be one of the most obnoxious characters in all of cinema.

The 1954 edition of “A Star is Born”, starring Judy Garland(not to be confused with the 1937 edition or the ’76 remake with Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson, although the same frustrations would probably be present), loses the viewer quite early when big-time Hollywood actor Norman Maine(James Mason) is supposed to make an appearance at a Hollywood actors benefit. 394 more words


Five people that win... September

I have totally fallen off the blogging wagon recently. I don’t know why that is – I have a backlog of sewing and knitting projects to share, and although I’ve not kept up with my GBSB challenge, I am still working my way slowly through the recipes and want to keep the blog updated. 482 more words

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