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Mulholland Drive (2001)

An aspiring, fresh-faced young actress new in Hollywood discovers a woman in her apartment who is suffering from amnesia and together they attempt to discover who she is using only a few slender clues. 161 more words

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it's too darn hot...

Instead of a parasol and enough shine reducing loose power I could do a walk on in Kabuki, I should just embrace a spangled leotard and put taps on my shocking pink high heels!

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Tap Queen: Ann Miller

“I have worked like a dog all my life, honey. Dancing, as Fred Astaire said, is next to ditch-digging. You sweat and you slave and the audience doesn’t think you have a brain in your head.” (photo courtesy of vintagegal.tumblr.com)

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That's Entertainment!: TIME OUT FOR RHYTHM (Columbia 1941)

Most of you “Cracked Rear Viewers” know I run an occasional series titled ‘Cleaning Out the DVR’, where I do capsule reviews of five or six different films. 702 more words

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That's Entertainment!: TIME OUT FOR RHYTHM (Columbia 1941)

Most of you “Cracked Rear Viewers” know I run an occasional series titled ‘Cleaning Out the DVR’, where I do capsule reviews of five or six different films. 702 more words

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The Restorative Power of Song, Dance, and Technicolor

Movies do a lot for us. Like books, they take us to new, unexplored lands. But unlike books, they also dazzle us with visuals, leaving images imprinted in our eyelids long after we’ve seen them. 1,507 more words

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Tuesday, May 10th

AL GREEN NITE!
A chance stumbling across a Bee Gees concert the other night while my mother was staying with us led to an across-the-board agreement that the Bros Gibb wrote some crackers, which then led on to an Al Green YouTube-athon, Al being one of my mother’s favourite singers. 1,079 more words

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