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Adaptação livre, cheia de humor e dinamismo, do celebérrimo romance de Alexandre Dumas (décima de uma longa lista), realizada por George Sidney. Ano de produção: 1948; estreia em Portugal: cinema S. 224 more words

Coisas & Loisas


Everybody knows Imitation of Life. It’s the movie plenty of Black families reference when they speak about the original tearjerkers. When you think about it, it’s amazing that a movie that handled subjects such as race and class in such a real way was released during the beginning of the Civil Rights era. 182 more words


Quote: Lana Turner on Giving Away the Store

“A successful man is one who makes more money than his wife can spend. A successful woman is one who can find such a man.” 20 more words


Aged Markers

Found my old Copic Markers. 9 years old and they held up on some Bristol board. Now those are some Effing MERKEHRS!

Crafty & Artsy

Judy Garland: The Blue Bird Has Flown

As a kid I watched her early movies—the cheesy faux-America Andy Hardy ones—on an old TV I stole from the attic. I had a special routine for watching Judy Garland (June 10, 1922-June 22, 1969): lying on my bed, propped up on my elbows and peeling a McIntosh apple with the rusted bean peeler from our kitchen. 810 more words

Golden Age Hollywood

Movie Quote of the Day - Green Dolphin Street, 1947 (dir. Victor Saville)

Marianne Patourel: These figures prove that at the present cost of operation, a steamboat will eat up all its profits
Octavius Patourel: I still say, it’s most unseemly for a young woman to know so much about the shipping business.

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Movie Quote Of The Day