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It was Bound to Happen...

I finally bit the bullet and did it. A MacEddy blog. Lord knows that these two fruitbats (gentle teasing of our two subjects is A-OK, kids, relax) take up a truly ridiculous amount of my time and space in my head. 1,141 more words

Biography

Dance in Film

I know I’ve mentioned this before but dance is a driving force and major influence in my everyday life. Seeing dance performed, hearing music with a beat that inspires me, discovering new artists, all these elements motivate me daily and give me such energy and passion. 410 more words

Dance

Inspiration of the week: Sharon Tate

It always seemed sad to me that whenever the name Sharon Tate is said, it is always in hushed reverent tones. Her name is usually followed by, “Oh that poor woman” or “how horrific was her murder.” All of these sentiments are true. 619 more words

Fashion

Watters Fall 2014: Wtoo Persiphone

We’ve featured a Watters gown, an Encore romper, and a D.I.D dress. Now let’s bring on Wtoo by Watters.

This Fall 2014 Wtoo by Watters was inspired by the timeless elegance of Grace Kelly. 206 more words

Weddings

Today in Old Hollywood - A Year In Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller

A View from the Bridge, currently revived at the Young Vic, wasfirst staged in London in 1956. It was a dramatic year for Miller: he appeared before the House Un-American Activities Committee, divorced his wife, Mary Slattery, and married Marilyn Monroe, whose own career had been boosted by her performance in Bus Stop.

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Old Hollywood

"THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO" (1934) Review




“THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO” (1934) Review

I have seen only two versions of Alexandre Dumas père’s 1845 novel, “The Count of Monte Cristo” in my past – the 1975 television version with Richard Chamberlain and the 2002 Disney film with James Cavielzel. 957 more words

Movie Review

The Philadelphia Story

Rating: 9/10

Media type: Movie

Genre: Romantic Comedy

I’ve only been reviewing TV shows so I decided that my inaugural movie review would be about one of my all-time, favourite, romantic comedy movies, The Philadelphia Story. 339 more words

Review